Inflation ultimately is what ends business cycles, and prices will not rise significantly for some time, Jason Trennert tells CNBC.
Longtime stock bull Jeremy Siegel tells CNBC he feels more relaxed about the prospects for stocks despite four-straight down trading days.
Wells Capital Management's Jim Paulsen tells CNBC one aspect of the recovery in particular could determine whether the six-year bull market continues.
Currency strategist Kathy Lien says the recent action in one FX pair signals further downside for equities.
Willie Nelson is going into the weed business, according to a pot activist.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Small investors are scooping up securities that will benefit from higher gold prices as market volatility sets off a flight to safety.
Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz's pilot license referenced a physical or mental health condition, an aviation official says.
An Airbus video depicting the reinforced cockpit doors and locking procedures has resurfaced since this week's Germanwings plane crash in the Alps.
Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook is joining the roster of the very rich who are giving away their wealth.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is eyeing the Middle East’s impact on oil.
The Fast Money traders have the play on tech.
Darren Wolfberg of BNP Paribas says that crude is headed to $60, and he has the charts to prove it.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen speaks just before the closing bell Friday, and you can bet Wall Street will delay the start of its weekend to listen.
Market watchers are pointing to a buyback strike as one of the reasons the market is selling off.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid will not seek re-election next year, the New York Times reports.
A 4 percent decline in biotechnology stocks on Wednesday sent the Nasdaq Composite Index to its largest one-day loss in nearly a year.
CNBC's Annette Weisbach discusses the latest news following the Germanwings plane crash.
Some big banks have discussed withholding campaign donations to Democrats in symbolic protest of Elizabeth Warren's calls for them to be broken up.
Corporate boards, meet the next Bill Ackmans and Carl Icahns of the world.