Americans no longer see China as public enemy number one, with Russia now cited as the country's top adversary, according to a new poll.
It's been five years, but the economy is still "midcycle" investors said. Here's what to buy.
CFO confidence in the US economy spiked this quarter, according to the latest CNBC CFO Council survey.
The primary data point in focus for investors on Friday is the second reading on the U.S. fourth-quarter gross domestic product growth.
It may be almost March, but the brutally cold winter appears unwilling to release much of the nation from its icy grip. NBCNews reports.
This is a link to a Bankrate.com story.
Effective demand is extraordinarily weak, probably tantamount to the later stages of the Great Depression, Alan Greenspan said.
Despite approving a four-month extension to Greece's bailout on Friday, Germany's frustration with Athens' financial demands is palpable.
A badly lit photograph of a $77 off-the-rack dress broke the Internet Friday, spawning arguments, memes and half-baked pseudo-scientific explanations.
U.S. equities may be at an all-time high, but Wall Street analysts believe some stocks have plenty of upside potential.
Google Ventures' new London arm is making its first investment, and its starting with Kobalt, a music rights management services firm.
More than a third of Americans have no savings, a new study finds, and many are living paycheck to paycheck.
Llamas weren’t the only things running wild on Thursday; “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer has a stock galloping higher.
The Nasdaq is nearing record highs—which means it's set to stall out, says Jim Iuorio.
Herbalife stock dipped in after-hours trading right after the earnings were released, but then quickly rebounded.
Investors should start shedding some rallying stocks as U.S. markets linger near highs, CNBC's "Fast Money" traders said.
New York trader Steve Grasso has a funny feeling about the market and tells you what you should do about it.
Lloyds Banking Group will pay a dividend of 0.75p per share to investors, after reporting a better-than-expected rise in profit.
There's an agenda behind Gazprom's threats to cut European gas supplies, the CEO Ukraine’s state-owned gas firm told CNBC.
Most analysts on the Street have rarely met an S&P 500 stock they didn't like, or at least weren't willing to hang out with for a while.