The PBOC's call on the lenders to give priority to first-time home buyers when allocating credit marks a policy shift for the government.
Ukraine's largest private gas producer appoints R. Hunter Biden, the son of U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden, to its board.
The jury is out on whether the Russell 2000 is the victim of a head fake rally.
With a who's who of bankers and hedge fund titans in attendance, the Robin Hood Foundation's annual gala raised more than $60 million.
Sallie Mae agreed to pay $96.6 million in penalties and restitution to settle claims regarding student loans to military service members.
In its secular outlook, Pimco said that the next three to five years suggest an end to bull markets as investors have known them.
Smoke in a regional radar facility has forced a halt to all incoming and outgoing flights at both of Chicago's airports.
The head of global technical strategy of Bank of America Merrill Lynch says the yellow metal is poised to drop as much as 9 percent.
Cramer has discovered research which suggests the Nasdaq and S&P can’t continue moving in opposite directions for much longer.
Kellogg shares are up roughly 10 percent this year amid speculation Buffett might acquire the company, but not everyone is sure it's a good idea.
U.K. hearings over a potential AstraZeneca-Pfizer tie-up was a chance to discuss "Entente Cordiale" and whether leopards will change their spots.
Consumers have gained more than $3 billion in benefits from an Obamacare rule forcing insurers to keep a tight rein on overhead costs.
An analyst said he expects VF Corp to continue adding one or two meaningful acquisitions about every other year.
Here are two things the Fed may do in response to weakness in the housing market, says Ron Insana.
Video game publisher Take-Two Interactive reported a 23 percent drop in revenue in its fiscal fourth quarter but beat Wall Street expectations.
What happens when business costs add up? No new jobs until at least 2015, said Robert Cioffi, CEO and co-founder of Progressive Computing.
Two billionaire property disputes show that for today's rich, privacy and territory may be the ultimate luxury.
With the Dow hitting record highs and the Nasdaq making up lost ground, the market appears to be in a "sweet spot," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Despite sky-high valuations on tech companies like Uber, SpaceX and Dropbox, Silicon Valley says history is not repeating itself.
The USPIS has urged customers to be cautious while using stamp vending machines pending an investigation.