Central banks will be "exceedingly low" on short-term rates as markets emerge from a liquidity trap, Pimco chief economist Paul McCulley said.
It's about time the yuan started to head back up against the dollar. After all, things don't look that bad for China's economy, some analysts say.
Jimmy Iovine is more behind-the-scenes than his business partner Dr. Dre. But he is a music veteran who can spot trends and bridge gaps.
Despite an 80 percent gain since August 2012, Cramer believes there could be more upside ahead. Get details, now!
Leveraged ETFs can be a useful tool when used properly,Wisdom Tree Investment's Luciano Siracusano told CNBC.
All signs point up for natural gas. Despite a bearish supply number, traders expect natural gas prices could keep soaring.
Shelly Sterling has signed a contract to sell the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer for a record $2 billion.
Even as Europe and the U.S. get on track, the growth in global trade isn't likely to return to pre-recession levels.
The first recall affects 915 thousand Ford Escape and Mercury Mariner vehicles. The second one impacts 195K Ford Explorers vehicles.
Attention spans on Wall Street have shifted overseas as the ECB prepares for an important meeting next week, Art Cashin told CNBC on Thursday.
Microsoft is planning a heart-tracking smartwatch that will sync with iPhones, Android phones and Windows phones, Forbes said.
Apple sells music. Jimmy Iovine makes music. So Apple Records makes sense, right?
26 non-financial S&P 500 companies resist borrowing, as they reported no long-term debt for the first quarter of 2014. USA Today reports.
The more than $10 billion fee to resolve alleged sanctions evasions would be the largest imposed on a bank, the Wall Street Journal says.
Get out your Walkman! Cramer thinks a money making trend popular in the 1980s is about to surface again.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings hasn't been shy in the past about complaining when investors were roller-coasting his company's stock price.
Apple's product lineup for the rest of this year is the best its been in 25 years, said company executive Eddy Cue.
The Apple-Beats deal shows the company has lost its way since the passing of co-founder Steve Jobs, shareholder Roger McNamee told CNBC.
Bidders are lining up to purchase the Los Angeles Clippers, and the eventual winner may pay well over $1 billion, a report stated.