Citigroup stock still looks on track to double in the next four years, CLSA's Mike Mayo says.
U.S. stocks surged to record highs Friday. With the recent selloff in the rearview mirror, one pro sees a bigger correction ahead.
The midterm elections, which Wall Street has largely ignored, could pack some surprises for markets Tuesday.
Jeff Allen of CNBC’s “The Car Chasers” tells us which cars you'll want in your garage when the world is populated by flesh-eating ghouls.
Stocks closed out the month with sizable gains as an unexpected stimulus boost from the Bank of Japan spurred optimism in the global economy.
Whether recent price changes in individual insurance plans are a good or a bad thing depends on your perspective.
The snowplow driver that caused the crash that killed the Total oil boss has been charged, the Daily Mail reports.
AIG will pay a $35 million penalty for violations related to former subsidiaries that solicited insurance business in New York without a license.
The White House announced that President Barack Obama will meet with Fed Chair Janet Yellen on Monday.
With the Dow at a record high and the S&P 500 within a stone’s throw of its top mark, analyst Ric Edelman says it's time to reallocate immediately.
What's become apparent in the debate is that while some may want to give up American citizenship, they resent the notion that they are giving up American values.
Art Cashin of UBS says before individual investors hit the buy button, there’s something they should know.
Markets should look for "a significant political risk premium on the price of Brent" if nuclear arms talks between Iran and world powers fail.
Americans overseas do not want to give up their citizenship but find the US government's policies have given them no choice, says one expatriate.
Andy Lipow got it right when he predicted $3 gas by Halloween. Here are his predictions for Thanksgiving and beyond.
If you repeatedly answer the phone in a fake robot voice, can you get suspended from your job? Affirmative.
The former Fed chairman said the central bank is sitting on "a pile of tinder," and made several other colorful observations.
If you've spent any time in San Francisco then you know traffic is bad and parking is even worse.
What waits on the other side—asset bubbles, inflation, the prospects for still greater wealth disparity—remains, of course, an issue for another day.
Which of Jim Cramer's best-of-breed stocks will you return as in the afterlife? Take this quiz and find out!