One big options player is betting millions that the fear surge will continue.
For Judah Schiller, CEO of a new water bicycle producer, biking can become more feasible on water than kayaking or boating.
Wall Street was seen opening sharply lower on Friday, as global markets sold off and investors awaited the monthly U.S. employment report.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Dallas Fed President Fisher told CNBC on Friday that in his view the date for interest rate liftoff has been moved forward.
Ultra-low rates have spurred investors to chase yield in ever riskier corners of the bond market, but some are starting to pull out of the race.
The interest rate on 10-year U.S. Treasurys isn't heading higher any time soon – in fact it could be ready to sink back to sub-2 percent levels, according to an analyst.
Swiss bank Credit Suisse became the latest major European bank to say it was caught up in an investigation into alternative trading venues known as dark pools.
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Private businesses created 218,000 jobs in July, a number that while solid and in line with previous months fell below expectations, according to ADP.
To enter the NYC market, Lyft cut a deal with the taxi commission that eliminated the one thing that distinguished it from its rivals.
On Sunday, Adidas announced it is bringing its innovative Boost technology to basketball, in part to take on Nike.
Chinese technology company Xiaomi launched its flagship Mi 4 smartphone on Tuesday, as it sets out a further challenge Samsung and Apple.
Wall Street futures recouped some losses after U.S. jobs data missed expectations, as a string of risk events weighed on global markets.
Russian companies are moving cash holdings to Asian banks as sanctions have raised fears that Russia could be shut out of US dollar funding markets.
European shares reaccelerated losses on Friday afternoon to close the week lower, despite a weak employment report from the U.S.
Asian stocks declined on Friday following a global market selloff overnight but upbeat data from China helped cap larger losses.
As markets see rising volatility amid uncertainty over the timing of the Fed's rate hike, strategists advise investors to keep calm and carry on.
As calls for a sharp correction on U.S. stocks grow louder, one commentator says stocks have a further 25 percent to run.