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Following today's earlier story on the anniversary of the market bottom, here are some more statistics showing how far markets around the world have come.
The impressive recovery since the March 2009 lows has helped 41% of stocks in the S&P 500 to double or more in price in the last year. Financial stocks are up the most.
Is now the time to buy the world's biggest stock and market laggard Exxon Mobil?
If a bull market lasts for more than a year, its chances for enduring increase. But by how much?
US Stocks posted another week of strong gains, led to the upside by the NASDAQ Composite index, settling on Friday at its highest close since September 2008.
The latest overall job loss numbers showed a loss of 36,000 jobs in February and an unemployment rate remaining at 9.7%. The January and December numbers were revised as well. Here is a breakdown of where the job losses were as well as which sectors were adding jobs.
Another strong round of retail sales came in this morning, with broad gains across the board in February despite wintry weather throughout much of the Midwest and East Coast.
In 2009, the S&P 500 practically retraced its steps from 2003. Will 2010 be a repeat as well? If so, here is what you might expect.
This Thursday, CNBC will premier its new documentary on the Baby Boomer generation, hosted by Tom Brokaw. Here are some facts and figures to show why the Boomers are history's wealthiest and most influential generation.
The Dow and S&P 500 turned in their best monthly performance since November 2009, while the NASDAQ turned in its best monthly gain since December 2009.
The last thing the market needs is jobs data even more confusing to sort through, as the figures have become crucial to determining the direction of the stock market.
Following Canada’s victory over the U.S. last night in the gold medal game of women’s hockey at the Vancouver Olympics, Canada has now tied the U.S. and Germany for the most GOLD medals.
If you’re not following the minute-by-minute ticks in the Euro vs. the Yen these days, you are lost as to where the direction of the U.S. stock market is headed.
Hedge Funds are taking off risk and preparing for a long stock-picking slog this year, according to a Goldman Sachs report which gives one of the clearest inside looks into the secretive industry.
"If insiders see the road ahead paved with growth, they will tend to hold onto their shares. If not, they will be quite happy to part with them."
In one of the stranger reasons for bullishness contained within often number-heavy and opaque analyst reports, one analyst cites the high-end restaurant chain’s rollout of a “Happy Hour” in the next several weeks as reason to keep buying the stock.
Are the markets having a case of the Mondays? Not only do the markets have a tendency to consistently perform worse on Mondays, but in fact for the Dow and S&P, Monday is the only weekday that has a negative average rate of return.
U.S. stocks posted their best weekly gain since November 6, 2009, led to the upside by the S&P 500 index, rising 3.13%. Industrial and material stocks were among the best performers this week.
Following a brief pullback in the markets, the S&P 500 index crossed back above its 50-day moving average in today's trading session. As upward momentum builds on the markets, could some of the laggards be poised for a rebound?
The stock market, being that discounting mechanism that it is, is not going to take this lightly, but instead treat this as a starting pistol to a difficult period of the removal of easy money for the markets, culminating in a hike of the Fed Funds rate.