With speculation rife over how long Saudi Arabia is content to see oil prices slump, the country's oil minister said only Allah knows about prices.
"At this point, you're sort of in a no man's land waiting for Friday's number," said Daniel Greenhaus, chief global strategist at BTIG.
That's up more than 10 percent from 2013 and up from $75 billion five years earlier, according to a new report.
With student debt ballooning students are trying to raise money through crowdfunding sites to pay their way through college.
Millions of Americans who haven't saved enough for retirement have come up with a workaround: Inherit enough to live on.
The bond market has turned into a punching bag for big investors, but strategists don't see yields moving much higher for now.
What happens when you combine the power of live online broadcasting with extreme-eating contests like those depicted on television show "Man v. Food"?
Panera Bread released a list of additives on Monday that it is banning from its menu by the end of next year.
Some of the biggest hedge fund managers in the world gathered in New York to present their best ideas at the annual Sohn Investment Conference.
Treasury yields, at the longer end of the curve, look set for a potential move higher.
Despite recent negative stories, Hillary Clinton is still viewed positively, according to a new NBC-WSJ poll.
A glum Bill Gross sees both himself and the bull market facing the same long road to oblivion.
Miner and commodity trader Glencore on Tuesday reported a 9 percent fall in first-quarter copper production mostly due to lower copper grades.
"Super" Mario Draghi might not be one of the heroes in "Avengers: Age of Ultron," but his powers are almost as impressive as those of Iron Man.
The opening of Shanghai Disneyland gives significant upside potential to Disney as the company enters the lucrative Chinese market.
Material concerns about fracking companies like Pioneer Natural should ease despite David Einhorn's criticism of the industry, one oil and gas analyst said Monday.
Jim Cramer sees there was a triple-threat combination of events out there that is bringing the market higher. Could it be impacting your portfolio?
Over the past 12 months, mom-and-pop investors put more money into exchange-traded funds than mutual funds. That has not happened before.
"Fast Money" traders discussed how to play big moves in names such as McDonald's, Shake Shack and Lululemon.
The Oracle Of Omaha had a ripple effect on Wall Street and “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer tracks it down.