Strategist Bob Doll tells CNBC it's all about the negative impact of lower oil prices and the rising dollar on earnings.
Republican Mitt Romney said on Friday he will not seek to run for president in 2016.
Greece's government will not cooperate with the EU and IMF mission bankrolling the country and will not seek an extension to the bailout program.
U.S. consumer sentiment rose in January to its highest level in 11 years on better job and wage prospects.
Strategists around Wall Street are beginning to worry about what was once unthinkable: deflation.
Economic growth slowed in the fourth quarter as weak business spending and a wider deficit offset the fastest pace of consumer spending since 2006.
Ronald Reagan had to dig out of a recession, too — but GDP growth at this point in that recovery was twice what Obama is delivering now.
Key members of OPEC are refusing to prop up oil prices, a Reuters survey shows, as its oil output increased this month.
The pace of business activity in the U.S. Midwest in January accelerated unexpectedly in January, a report showed on Friday.
Analysts are predicting Standard & Poor's 500 companies will see no earnings growth at all in the first quarter of 2015. Here's why.
Forget the bank. More Americans are saving cash—and hiding it around the house, according to a new American Express survey.
The corporate "tax holiday" plan to pay for infrastructure projects is supported by Sens. Rand Paul and Barbara Boxer, the Journal says.
Steve Grasso takes you through every key macro and stock story you need to know. And then comes to a surprising conclusion...
Managers might not frown on you being late to work on Super Bowl Monday. How to handle it right.
The real competition worth watching is in housing. Seattle and Boston are two of the hottest housing markets. You decide which wins.
CNBC's Phil Han reports on some of this year's best commercials played during the Super Bowl.
A small number of doctors is refusing to see patients with anti-vaccine views amid the latest measles outbreak.
Alibaba's magic carpet ride came to a standstill on Thursday, but experts say the world's largest e-commerce firm remains a compelling investment.
The Qatari royal family's application to create a £200 million ($302 million) palace in London has been rejected by Westminster's planning office.