Greek elections could rattle markets in coming days, but the ECB's bond-buying plan may ease concerns.
Forces will push the euro to parity with the dollar as the euro zone looks to break through a period of sluggish growth, an analyst said.
Rather than name-calling President Obama's proposals, Republicans must draw a line between their worldview and his lack of economic sense.
Big changes are coming in 2015 for the industry that's growing exponentially. Expect mutual funds and hedge funds to jump into the fray.
MasterCard said it would remove a block on transactions made in Cuba using its cards issued in the United States, effective March 1.
Ford Motors said a charge related to its Venezuelan operations would reduce fourth-quarter profit attributable to the company by about $700 million.
It's a vote of confidence that’s unlikely to change the minds of those in the United Kingdom who want out of the European Union.
Taiwan is set to surpass Japan as Asia's fastest aging nation this decade, experts warn, as a dwindling labor force poses a challenge to growth.
To keep up its growth, Crimson Trace needs to persuade retailers to upsell its product—except they may not think the customer actually needs it.
One valuation measure has sparked a debate among strategists as to whether the stock market is really, really cheap.
The record sale price of a 60-story luxury apartment tower in downtown Chicago is yet another sign of hot rental market in the Windy City.
Home prices are still rising in Chicago, but among the nation's 10 largest housing markets, price gains in the Windy City come in last.
The chief of California's state-run earthquake insurance agency says residents there have no financial protection if a big quake hits.
Even the strategists who don't believe 2015 will spell the end of the bull market predict more of the up-down action that's marked the year so far.
Department-store operator J.C. Penney is bringing back its hefty print catalog five years after ditching it to focus on the web.
Retirement guides run the gamut—from stating the obvious to engaging in scare tactics. Here's a checklist of things to boost your savings.
Financial advisors can find themselves steering clients away from odd investment ideas, from strip club start-ups to marijuana farms.
Jim Cramer thinks the CEOs of UPS & McDonald's are out of time and need to be put on the chopping block.
U.S. President Barack Obama will visit Saudi Arabia on Tuesday to meet its new King Salman after the death of his predecessor Abdullah on Friday.
German car maker Volkswagen AG will recall 80,000 cars from its luxury division Audi, with around 35,000 of the affected vehicles from China.