The White House also said Tuesday that the U.S. could announce new sanctions on Russia "as soon as today."
Though Wall Street awaits the Fed's monetary policy announcement, it's not the "biggest wildcard" this week, says Jefferies analyst David Zervos.
It may take a while before investors get a clear picture on just how well—or poorly—the U.S. economy is performing.
The stock market faces two points of vulnerability that will likely push prices lower, U.S. Trust's Keith Banks says.
The U.S. sanctioned VTB, the Bank of Moscow, the Russian Agriculture Bank and the United Shipbuilding Corp over Russia's role in Ukraine.
President Obama wrote to Russian President Putin to inform him the U.S. government had determined Russia violated a nuclear treaty.
Marc Faber has been predicting a major selloff in stocks for the past three years—when he hasn't been calling for global economic collapse or war.
Paul Singer has called the threat of a widespread blackout from an electromagnetic surge the "most significant danger" in the world.
McDonald's says it has been notified by a labor regulator that it can be named as a "joint employer" for workers in its franchise-owned restaurants.
Federal Reserve's easing and lack exit from quantitative easing will end badly, economist Bob Brusca told CNBC.
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With lowered guidance, Samsung should focus on how to dominate lower cost smartphones from Chinese companies and maintain its large market share.
Had you bought the worst S&P 500 stock each month this year and sold at the end of the month, you would have lost 85%, USA Today reports.
U.S. single-family home prices fell in May on a seasonally adjusted basis, falling short of expectations of a slight gain.
Pfizer CEO Ian Read also says a potential U.S. tax holiday would be only a temporary solution.
Assuming Israel gets the quiet it wants, what does it intend to do with Gaza?, asks former Israeli foreign minister Shlomo Ben Ami.
If there is a time to own gold as a safe alternative to other assets during tumultuous times, there's no time like the present.
Retirees offered 365 tips to the SEC, the most of any occupation, since the agency started its whistleblower program in 2011.
Jimmy Dean has become a breakfast staple with products from sausage on a stick to egg sandwiches. Now it's moving into lunch and more.
The concepts of 'Logic will prevail' and 'Argentina' don't necessarily go together, says one portfolio manager.