With the March jobs report, there are some questions about whether Wall Street is set up for a disappointment. Growth in 1Q slowed to a crawl.
Stocks deteriorated in the last hour of trading to close near session lows, giving back most of Monday's rally.
The stock is still no bargain, analysts and traders say, and no turnaround is seen soon.
Bob Keiser, S&P Capital IQ, and Terry Dolan, Benjamin and Jerold, dissect the down day on Wall Street into the close.
A new report from Goldman Sachs suggests there are only two decades of "mineable" gold left.
Roughly a third of Americans don't have any emergency savings to fall back on if they lose a job or have to deal with another crisis, USAT reports.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: SYNNEX, Dyax, Novavax & more.
CNBC "Fast Money" traders picked their best plays on the continued up-and-down movement in oil prices.
Point72 Asset Management, the personal management firm of billionaire Steve Cohen, logged another strong quarter, according to early reports.
Credit cards with the highest limits are nearly twice as likely to be a target of fraud than other plastic.
Warren Buffett spoke with CNBC from an automotive Forum on Tuesday.
Investors need to be careful with momentum stocks, particularly those whose momentum is "hidden," BlackRock's Russ Koesterich said.
It is not exactly clear where the Brooklyn, New York-based company's total valuation will stand after the sale.
Historically, April is far from the cruelest month for stocks. In fact, it's been the best performer for 50 years.
Discussing bargain stocks for the second quarter, with Russ Koesterich, BlackRock global chief strategist, and James Liu, J.P. Morgan Funds.
Despite criticism, the Arkansas state legislature passed its version of a measure billed as a religious freedom law. NYT reports.
Trevor Noah, Jon Stewart's successor as "The Daily Show" host, faces backlash over tweets some have deemed offensive. NYT reports.
Tax collections from individual Americans last year reached their highest share of the U.S. economy in seven years.
Banks, looked to as a bright spot for the upcoming earnings season, might not live up to expectations, according to an analysis.
Can the tech industry simultaneously oppose anti-gay discrimination and be a cozy boys club that itself discriminates against women?