Take a look at some of Tuesday's midday movers:
In her first speech as SEC chief to the mutual fund industry, Mary Jo White did not provide details about the biggest regulatory threat to the fund companies.
Ireland is currently a 100 percent importer of oil, but Providence Resources means to produce 70 percent of the republic's demand.
The firm expects clients to keep pouring cash into stocks as they look for better returns given historically low interest rates, Larry Fink told CNBC.
The Boston Marathon bomb attacks had a fleeting impact on markets, but that could change, depending on what investigators uncover.
A new survey shows that the highest-paid internships aren't on Wall Street but in technology and social media.
U.S. stock index futures were higher Tuesday, a day after major averages saw their biggest drop this year, supported by a batch of upbeat earnings results and a better-than-expected March housing report. Investors were also heartened as gold, oil, and other commodities pared back some of this week's steep declines.
The stock market was already shaky before two blasts rocked the Boston Marathon. On Tuesday, traders will be seeking answers about who was behind the attacks.
Earnings season kicks into high gear in the week ahead. Plus, at least 10 Fed speeches. How risk-averse are investors? Oh, this is going to put them to the test. Rest up.
The stock market baffles investors; the "Mad Man" gets a high "Squawk" honor; and JC Penney stock hits the discount rack—all in our latest installment of "Talking Squawk."
It's never too late or too early to think about diversifying. Introducing CNBC's ETF Retirement Portfolios: one for a 70-year-old, one for a 50-year-old and one for a 30-year-old.
Blogging tidbits, insights and some sarcasm on the Week That Was and the Week to Come from the notepad of the senior executive producer of "Squawk Box."
U.S. futures up. Europe mostly up as well...huh? It's odd that volumes were weak yesterday on the first trading day of the quarter, which normally sees some inflows.
The rally makes it crucial to pick cream-of-the-crop stocks, Laszlo Birinyi of Birinyi Associates says.
The second round of the "Fast Money Madness" continues with match-ups between big-name financials.
"Fast Money Madness" Round 1 continues, with "Fast Money" Twitter followers providing another tiebreaker.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day and what traders are looking out for on Friday.
Japanese government policies to help kickstart its economy and ease the burden of long-term deflation are "on the right path," BlackRock Chairman and Chief Executive Laurence Fink said.
The "Mad Money" host comments on viewers' favorite stocks.
Equities remain inexpensive on modest earnings expectation, says BlackRock CIO Chris Leavy, who shares his top picks.