Homebuying has remained "pretty strong" despite higher mortgage rates, but refinancing has dropped "quite a bit," Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan told CNBC.
From a showdown in DC on the debt ceiling to a parade of Fed speakers, it's going to be a busy week for the market. Buckle up.
President Obama called House Speaker John Boehner Friday night, saying that he won't negotiate on the debt limit.
Sept 20- Thousands of iPhone enthusiasts queued up at Apple Inc stores around the world on Friday as two new models of the smartphone went on sale, but Apple's shares ended slightly lower as investors wait for initial sales figures, due as early as next week.
If you find yourself constantly maxing out your credit cards, your problem may not be financial at all.
The Department of Defense is one step closer to awarding a contract to replace nearly 55,000 Humvees with a new, more maneuverable vehicle.
FedEx reported earnings and revenue that beat expectations as the courier company cut costs and its lower-priced ground shipping business did well.
As it turns out, you kind of have to be a bit of a sociopath to avoid financial bubbles.
Stocks sold off sharply Friday, with the Dow erasing all of its gains since the Fed's announcement, as uncertainty over the central bank's bond-buying program spooked Wall Street.
In today's Lunch Break TV, a rare and very expensive bottle of scotch is available at a Costco store for just under $17,000.
BlackBerry said Friday it will slash 4,500 jobs as part of a restructuring and announced preliminary earnings and revenue that fell short of Wall Street's estimates.
The stock market may be posting record gains, but Washington could be mere days away from a government shutdown and default on the national debt.
Darden Restaurants reported a lower profit and higher sales, and said President and Chief Operating Officer Drew Madsen would retire.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has made a plea to investors to support his vision of the company as a unified devices and services powerhouse.
In an interview on CNBC, investor Warren Buffett said he's having a "hard time finding things to buy" now that stocks are no longer "ridiculously cheap."
Wells Fargo's top equity strategist sees the market collapsing in the next three months. Consider yourself warned.
Home Depot is shifting medical coverage for part-time workers to new public marketplace exchanges ahead of new benefits requirements under Obamacare.
"Talking Squawk" looks at what the smartest investors, including Stanley Druckenmiller, Warren Buffett and David Tepper, think about the nontaper.
Failure to raise the nation's borrowing authority would be "pretty damn dumb," said billionaire investor Warren Buffett in a taped interview that aired on CNBC Friday.
The real story behind the Fed QE dance is that policy makers are continuing to prop up a financial system that is (at best) peculiar and (at worst) unstable, the FT reports.