The precipitous fall in earnings expectations for the first quarter has been "stunning," S&P Capital IQ's Mike Thompson tells CNBC.
U.S. stocks closed lower, giving back most of Monday's major gains, as investors eyed mixed economic data and the end of the first quarter.
The euro is seen clocking up its biggest quarterly decline at the end of March since its launch in 1999 — and could fall even further over the coming months.
Home prices continued to increase in January despite slowing growth and seasonal weakness, a closely watched index showed on Tuesday.
Tax collections from individual Americans last year reached their highest share of the U.S. economy in seven years.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is telling you why today's rally surprised him.
As Greece's reserves run low and its relations with Europe become strained, Russia is starting to look like it might be the country's last hope.
McLaren CEO Mike Flewitt gave CNBC a sneak peek of its 570S sports car, which will be unveiled Wednesday at the New York Auto Show.
The euro fell against the dollar on Tuesday, leaving the single currency on track for its worst quarter ever.
High-end fashion site to merge with Italian online retailer with combined firm launching a capital increase of up to 200 million euros.
Indiana’s "religious freedom" law has been misunderstood, says Carly Fiorina, who is mulling a bid for the GOP presidential nomination.
A furor erupted over an Indiana law that some say could allow businesses to refuse service to gay people, NBC reports.
Stress is the number one epidemic of our civilization, leading to both mental and physical ailments, best-selling author Deepak Chopra tells CNBC.
Traders are worried Iran could begin selling oil into an already oversupplied market, but other forces could support prices, Helima Croft tells CNBC.
Online grievance campaigns have become increasingly frequent, with big companies now tasting the wrath of angry swarms of web activists.
Ford will resurrect the Lincoln Continental as its top-of-the line luxury sedan.
China’s most recent effort to prop up its real estate market is not enough, and interest rate cuts are the best remedy, analysts say.
Japan is likely to join the AIIB, according to its ambassador to Beijing, a move that would see leave the US as the only big holdout, the Financial Times reports.
Barack Obama will make a nice salary this year, but it pales in comparison to the sum Singapore's leader will take in.
Businesses can lower risk to their supply chains by setting up shop in these countries, a study says.