Greek officials confirmed that the country would not make their roughly 1.6 billion euro payment to the IMF due today.
The Greek debt is roiling securities minute to minute, but in the big picture, markets are resilient enough to absorb a shock, experts told CNBC.
Fundstrat's Tom Lee explains why Monday's weakness in stocks will be short lived and the market will rally into year end.
A final accord to curtail Tehran's nuclear ambitions could lead to a glut of Iranian crude hitting an already "oversupplied market," a leading oil expert tells CNBC.
Greece is widely expected to miss a crucial payment to the IMF on Tuesday – hours before its bailout officially ends at midnight.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Many agree that today's regime for examining the some 11,500 registered investment advisors in the U.S. is inadequate.
Takeover activity in the U.S. surged past $1 trillion in the first six months. Here's how to play this trend.
How the Bollman Hat Company, America's oldest hat maker, is supporting hat making and US manufacturing jobs.
Everything has to go right for Chris Christie to be a contender. But with a packed GOP race, anything can happen, Politico's Ben White says.
Technical analyst Andrew Keene explains why Apple shares could rally to $135 by year-end.
All eyes are on Greece's impending default, but Societe Generale's Larry McDonald says it's another crisis that threatens the financial market.
One report notes that Puerto Rico's close association with the United States is both a benefit and a curse when it comes to the island's economy.
Police say the 29-year old driver was distracted as the Flagler Bridge was going up.
Monday's losses wiped out slight quarterly gains for the S&P 500 and Dow, sending them into negative territory for the year.
Jim Cramer calls out the stocks that can still dominate after Monday’s market beatdown.
Top technician Louis Yamada explains why the charts spell trouble for the market.
Are Greek contagion fears an epic buying opportunity for U.S. assets?
NBC is ending its business relationship with Donald Trump after his comments about Latinos.
President Obama will announce a sweeping change to the nation's overtime pay law, expanding the number of people who will qualify for increased pay.