Stocks finished near session lows Wednesday, with the Dow logging another triple-digit loss, pressured by a tepid start to earnings season and worries over the sluggish global economic growth.
U.S stock index futures struggled for direction Wednesday amid ongoing worries over the euro zone and jitters about sluggish global growth.
In an era low global economic growth and ongoing deleveraging, Glenn Hutchins, co-founder of private equity fund Silver Lake Partners, suggests investing more heavily in the fastest growing parts of the U.S. and global economy.
Stocks closed near session lows Tuesday, with most key S&P sectors finishing in the red, amid fears over slowing global growth and ahead of what many expect will be a weak earnings season.
U.S stock index futures struggled for direction Tuesday as investors remained on edge over worries about slowing global growth and ahead of the third-quarter earnings season.
Stocks ended lower in thin trading Monday, with the Dow pulling back after hitting a five-year high, amid jitters over global growth and ahead of what many forecast will be a weak earnings season.
U.S. stock index futures were lower Monday after the World Bank cut its estimate for East Asian growth, including China.
Hotel chain Marriott gave investors the first glimpse into the peak summer travel season this week, but the stock may be getting a bit expensive, says one fund manager.
Stocks ended narrowly mixed Friday, erasing an earlier rally fueled by the monthly government jobs report, but all three major indexes still posted their first positive week in three and the Dow finished at its best level since December 2007.
U.S stock index futures added to gains Friday, after the S&P 500 logged its 4th-straight win streak, after the government jobs report added slightly more positions than expected.
Stocks ended in positive territory Thursday, with the S&P 500 finishing higher for a fourth-straight session, after some encouraging comments by ECB President Mario Draghi and as investors looked ahead to the monthly government jobs report.
U.S stock index futures held their gains Thursday as jobless claims rose less than expected in the previous week and investors awaited latest meeting minutes from the the Federal Reserve.
The Federal Reserve's latest easing program may be nicknamed "QE Infinity" on Wall Street, but it's having a very limited effect on the markets and economy so far.
Kyle Bass, who famously made a fortune shorting the subprime market before the housing market collapse, is worried that there's too much debt in the world.
Newly created consumer giant Mondelez International sees emerging markets as its most promising avenue for growth in a challenged global economy, CEO Irene Rosenfeld told CNBC Wednesday.
Stocks posted modest gains in volatile trading Wednesday, lifted by a batch of better-than-expected economic reports, but ongoing worries over a global slowdown kept investors on edge.
U.S stock index futures edged higher Wednesday following a better-than-expected private-sector employment report, which trumped weak global service sector reports from China and the euro zone.
Adding up current entitlement program liabilities and U.S. government bonds, the country has an eye-popping total debt of a $60 trillion, Pimco founder Bill Gross said on CNBC’s "Street Signs" on Tuesday.
The multi-billion dollar fraud lawsuit against JPMorgan Chase for alleged misconduct at Bear Stearns may be just the beginning in a wave of cases brought against financial firms for their practices before the financial crisis, New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman told CNBCs Power Lunch on Tuesday. hr<!-- -->
Activist investor William Ackman said Tuesday the board of troubled Procter & Gamble would likely give its chief executive “a little bit more time” to fix its problems, but he took a slap at its lack of a “culture of efficiency.”