Retailers make up about two thirds of the 20 most shorted companies announcing earnings this week. Here's the "short" list.
Barring a fresh geopolitical jolt, the S&P 500 is back on course to take aim at the psychological 2,000 level.
Junk bonds remain a solid investment for the time being, BlackRock's Jim Keenan says.
Even as retail investors shy away, Wall Street is still making a dash for trash.
FINRA charged Wedbush Securities with having shoddy risk controls, a flaw that allowed traders to flood U.S. markets and execute manipulative trades.
Tom Conheeney, the longtime president of SAC Capital, is stepping down from the No. 2 spot at the former hedge fund's successor company, Point72.
Flashes of illumination rather than fireworks are expected at the annual meeting of top central bankers and economists in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Wall Street banks are drawing up preliminary plans to move some London-based activities to Ireland to address concerns that the UK is drifting apart.
National Australia Bank posted a 7 percent rise in third-quarter unaudited cash profit, led by higher mortgage growth and lower bad debt charges.
Investors wondering if it's time to cash out on their investments in Macau would be best advised to take their chips off the table.
U.K. prosecutor could decide next month whether to charge former executives over undisclosed payments made to Qatari investors in 2008.
The move sparked concerns that Soros Fund Management is expecting a big fall in equities.
Tepper, who made an eye-popping $3.5 billion in 2013, shed multiple positions in the second quarter.
Labor markets remain weak and inflation will be subdued for years, leaving plenty of room to keep monetary policy loose, the Fed official said.
Pershing Square sued the U.S., claiming that its stripping of profits from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac unconstitutionally short changes investors.
Carl Icahn has his sights set on splitting up Gannett Co.
More than a dozen food retailers have cited higher costs hurting results last quarter as prices for some staples, like cheese, soar.
Investors are showing little reaction to the events in Ukraine and the Middle East, taking their cue from the Federal Reserve.
Bill Ackman is planning to raise around $4 billion by listing a new investment vehicle in London, the FT reports.
Some investors are wondering whether it's time to invest in financial stocks. The answer depends on who you ask.
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