Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A onetime engineer who earned his law degree at night has been behind the government’s campaign to punish Wall Street for the financial crisis.
U.S. stock index futures were mildly lower on Thursday after weekly data on the labor front and Exxon Mobil reported reported.
This year just 27 percent of newly minted Harvard Business School MBAs took jobs in financial services. Where are they all going? Tech and telecom.
Autos and banking stocks helped European indexes to close higher on Thursday.
Despite concerns about pollution and slowing economic growth, China offers expatriates the best overall experience, according to a HSBC survey.
High household debt levels may spur concerns over Asia's housing sector, but even if mortgage rates rise, a U.S.-style crash may not be on the cards.
The European Central Bank will provide more liquidity to avoid a "cliff" effect once long-term refinancing operations (LTROs) – the bank's cheap loans to euro zone banks - come to an end, Governing Council member Ewald Nowotny told CNBC.
Indian stocks have had a stellar run over the past two months, but analysts warn that the market rally is ripe with risks.
Asian stocks tracked their U.S. peers lower on Thursday following a slightly less dovish than expected tone from the Federal Reserve.
Had the White House only asked Cramer, they might not be in such a mess.
I think this is a fabulous story, said Cramer. Just fabulous.
The United States reprimanded Germany, saying its exporting prowess was hampering economic stability in Europe and hurting the global economy.
An increase in retail square footage may lead to an inventory overload this holiday, forcing retailers to slash prices.
With speculations about a market bubble, analysts said that investors are not appreciating the risk of another 1999-style bubble.
JP Morgan has put its chief currency dealer in London, Richard Usher, on leave, and Bloomberg reported Citigroup had done the same.
Facebook's earnings results and conference call commentary sent the stock and investors on a wild ride.
A new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll has found President Obama's job approval rating has tumbled by 5 percentage points in less than three weeks.
Lately the market has been very predictable in the days following a Fed decision. Cramer thinks patterns will play out again.
The Fed gave the market what it wants in its latest statement. But how long will it sustain the mix of conditions the Fed and investors want?, asks Pimco's Mohamed El-Erian.