The Fed can raise interest rates even if inflation measures remain below the central bank's target, Jeffrey Lacker said on Friday.» Read More
The SEC is examining how private equity firms report a key metric of their past performance, as the regulator boosts scrutiny of the industry.
Rapid-fire investors get access to documents before other users of the SEC's system for distributing company filings, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Stocks are rallying, as they usually do, before the Fed releases a policy statement tomorrow.
A nasty Wall Street divorce has touched two biotech CEOs and appears to have moved their company stocks down over drug use allegations.
Italy's Treasury has not ruled out extending repayment deadlines on hundreds of millions of euros in state aid to help troubled lender Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena, a person close to the matter said.
Following Europe's bank stress tests, there are growing calls for the European Central bank to start a full-blown sovereign-bond-buying program.
In recent appearances, Hillary Clinton has delivered progressive messages but Wall Street is not alarmed, Politico's Ben White says.
TD Ameritrade said profit climbed 5.5 percent on a jump in net new assets, and forecast asset growth of 7 to 11 percent in 2015.
Whirlpool posted a higher profit on increased sales of its washers and dryers, cooktops, stoves, and refrigerators in North America and Europe.
A number of companies are improving their outlooks for the future, but the retail sector remains cause for concern amid a shift in consumer habits.
As the Federal Reserve prepares to exit QE, it faces a thorny dilemma with a market that is not buying what the central bank is selling.
Blackstone, the world's largest private equity investor in real estate, is preparing to seek around $13 billion for its next flagship fund.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Jack Ma, the founder and executive chairman of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, topped Forbes' China Rich List for the first time.
BP increased dividends as it saw a jump in operating cash flow, despite lower oil prices and a drop in contributions from Russia.
Europe's banking health check has shown countries and lenders are implementing global capital rules at vastly different speeds.
Expectations that the Fed will hike rates in 2015 coupled with concerns about the health of the euro zone economy are weighing on the euro/dollar.
Wall Street looked set for a higher market open on Tuesday, as traders eyed earnings from DuPont, Pfizer and Facebook.
Despite Ebola and overseas unrest, all eyes will be on the Fed this week in an attempt to determine how actively it plans to backstop the recovery.
Companies have yet to cut oil output even with prices at a two-year low; however, that could change in 2015 if supply grows and demand slips.
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Pensions remain short of having enough money to pay out what they've promised, despite recent asset increases.
Too big to fail? It may turn out that the biggest banks in the U.S. are too big to break up.
"Even if one were to become law ... it would have a minimal effect on the economic outlook," one analysis says.