Mad Money host Jim Cramer goes off the charts on the S&P 500, after Monday's dip lower.» Read More
The Fast Money crew, with the play on Broadcom's earnings, after the market's close.
The play on MasterCard and Visa pushing stores to allow high tech credit and debit cards, with Karen Finerman, Metropolitan Capital Advisors.
Breaking down the numbers on Amazon's Q4 earnings, and how to trade it, with the Fast Money traders.
Stocks formed the much-heralded "golden cross" on Tuesday, but traders waited until the market's actually closed before confirming it.
T. Rowe Price tells CNBC that 19 of its mutual funds are holding private investments in Facebook worth a total $408 million, as of Dec. 31.
A California start-up is turning car sharing into an easy way to make a few extra bucks.
In response to media requests, and as part of the Federal Reserve’s efforts to be more transparent, the twelve presidents of the regional Federal Reserve Banks have provided financial disclosures that are available, upon request, from the institutions they run.
Stocks came off their worst levels but still finished narrowly mixed Tuesday, after a handful of disappointing economic news weighed on the market. Despite the session's lackluster performance, the Dow and S&P are still posted their best January since 1997. In addition, all three major averages logged their best monthly gains since October.
United Parcel Service delivered strong fourth-quarter earnings and a sign the U.S. economy is improving, Morgan Keegan managing director Art Hatfield told CNBC Tuesday.
The euro has been moving higher even without a deal sealed for Greek debt, but this strategist says it's time to check out.
As ETFs are increasingly playing a bigger role in the average American's portfolio, how should they play in your retirement?
January has brought hopes that opportunities are beginning to emerge where asset classes such as stocks, commodities and bond yields are moving more independently, making diversification easier.
If the so-called Super Bowl Indicator holds true this year—like it has almost 80 percent of the time—then stock investors should be rooting for a New York Giants victory over the New England Patriots this Sunday.
The euro has had a nice run in the last two weeks, but this strategist thinks the party is just about over.
Scott Minerd, Guggenheim Partners, explains why stocks will do well this year.
Nearly $29 billion has flowed into ETFs this month and last year inflows into ETFs was nearly double the money going into mutual funds. Is the trend set to continue in 2012? CNBC's Sharon Epperson reports.
Stocks are trading lower but the S&P is posed to close January with a 4% gain, making its best month since October. Uri Landesman, Platinum Partners, and Michael Farr, Farr, Miller & Washington, discuss.
Facebook's planned initial public offering is the talk of the business media these days. I'm sorry to ruin the party, but what happened to Facebook violating a bunch of Yahoo!'s 1,100 patents in social and search?
The European Central Bank won't solve the euro zone's debt crisis as long as the European Union behaves like a "dysfunctional" family, Bill Gross, Pimco founder and co-chief investment officer, told CNBC on Tuesday.
Is the solar stock rally merited, in a sector where supply is still running ahead of demand, and profitability — even for the best-run manufacturing operations — could be slim to none in 2012?