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Despite China growth concerns, U.S.-listed Chinese IPOs are doing well. Zhaopin Limited went public today, gaining eight percent.
The U.S. is grabbing a greater share of the world's oil production. Crude ends at a nine-month high.
The hit-or-miss market for initial public offerings is heating up again after a brief Memorial Day lull.
Russia's largest steelmaker by output, Evraz, has said it is still in talks with lenders over the strict terms of their financing agreements.
Stocks set records despite light volumes, low volatility and low rates. Major averages lift off on modest economic growth.
Hertz Global Holdings said it would restate financial results for the past three years to correct accounting errors from 2011.
Last month's employment report can be classified in one way: steady as she goes. The data were basically in-line.
Mary Jo White spoke of the need for a "comprehensive review" of market structure, including rules adopted a decade ago that helped create high-speed trading.
With stock and bond markets waiting with baited breath, traders are asking themselves: will the European Central Bank disappoint?
The fallout from sinking interest rates has spilled over into international markets.
For the second year in a row, selling in May hasn't panned out the way people thought it would.
The latest CNBC Global CFO Council survey shows that corporate tax reform is a must, but there is little chance that change will come soon.
Citigroup's trading troubles are symptomatic of the problems confronting the Wall Street trading community.
The market is still waiting for news on Alibaba, but there are signs of life in the disappoinitng IPO market.
Stocks approach record highs as geopolitical tensions ease and interest rates sit near lows.
Active traders are getting chopped up by a market that lacks direction or any clear trend.
The injection of easy money across the globe in recent years appears to be finding its way into the coffers of big business, according to a new CNBC survey.
After a batch of new earnings reports, the overall trend remains the same: disappointing.
It's very risky to hold leveraged and inverse exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in the medium- and long-term.
While everyone is waiting for Alibaba to announce pricing terms, rival JD.com is set to go public this week.