Stocks opened sharply higher on Wednesday, after a deal between Greece and its international creditors looked possible.
A letter showing the Greek government is willing to concede ground in talks with creditors has sent markets higher.
Greece is in full on crisis mode. So why aren't investors flocking to the safe haven of gold? "Fast Money" trader Brian Kelly explains.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller tells CNBC that his key valuation indicator is flashing warning signs.
It was a tough end to the second quarter for the Dow Jones industrial average, but some statistical analysis shows brighter days are ahead.
The United States and Cuba will announce plans to open embassies, a key step in normalizing relations after more than 50 years.
As the Fourth of July weekend looms and citizens prep their grills and ready their fireworks, some Americans are packing their bags.
Whether you're just married or have been married for years, it's important to discuss these three things with your significant other.
Private companies in June created positions at the fastest clip this year, indicating a thaw in the labor market as summer began.
Options expert Stacey Gilbert explains why stocks are poised to rally in the next week.
June auto sales rose 8 percent over last year for Fiat Chrysler, boosted by continued strong performance from its Jeep brand.
U.S. franchise job gains bounced back in June from a 14-month low in May, ADP said Wednesday.
São Paulo is experiencing a water crisis so bad that experts say it could impact business internationally.
The average sales price for a Manhattan apartment hit $1,872,000 in the second quarter—an all-time record, according to data from Douglas Elliman.
Golfer Phil Mickelson is the "unnamed gambling client" mentioned in a plea agreement taken by another man charged in a money laundering case, sources said.
With same-sex marriage legal in all 50 states, LGBT couples should look at financial issues such as estate planning and employer benefits.
Rich Ross and Kathy Lien discuss the group of stocks that are seriously outperforming the S&P with Mandy Drury.
The recent selloff in high-yield stocks may be overdone, setting up this group for a potential rebound as investors step in to buy those shares.
The S&P 500 is due for a dip because the forces that drive profit are weak despite economic improvement elsewhere, David Bianco tells CNBC.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi talks candidly to CNBC's John Harwood about Elizabeth Warren, bank regulation and the Affordable Care Act.