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U.S. stocks closed sharply lower, weighed by a renewed decline in oil, as investors awaited key inputs on the pace of economic growth.
Despite a declining stock and warnings from suppliers, analysts still expect solid earnings from Apple when it reports after the bell Tuesday.
In a rough year for hedge funds, Viking Global topped market benchmarks in 2015.
Compliance pros are in demand, while teller headcount continues to shrink.
U.S. stock futures were under pressure this morning, after Wall Street logged its first positive week of 2016.
Out of 18 stocks that hit new 52-week lows on Thursday and Friday, 14 were financial companies.
Wall Street's two marquee investment banks each slightly cut their chief executives' pay after a year that saw profitability fall.
U.S. stocks closed higher, for their first positive week in four, helped by a recovery in oil from multiyear lows and hopes of stimulus overseas.
Despite higher volatility and lower returns, 2015 was another record year for ETF flows, with roughly $242 billion in net inflows
The promise of more monetary easing around the world and an extension of Thursday's crude rally were factors helping propel global markets this morning.
Jim Cramer explained why the rocky history of black gold could make it more likely that it heads to $10 very soon.
Jim Cramer shares a lesson of when chronic negativity can be a good thing, especially for this stock.
U.S. stocks ended higher but well off session highs Thursday, as some recovery in oil prices and hopes of more stimulus from the European Central Bank helped extend Wednesday's late-session recovery.
By saying Barack Obama took Wall Street money, too, Hillary Clinton's strategy isn't resonating with liberal Democrats yet, Politico's Ben White says.
Oil has dropped more than 20 percent in 2016 and that is confusing investors, Goldman's Gary Cohn says.
Chinese policymakers suffer from a "communication issue," causing market panic as investors guess their next move, according to panellists at Davos.
U.S. stocks closed lower but well above session lows as the S&P 500 held a technical level and biotechs recovered in late trade.
Is oil, or Fed fears responsible for big banks' stocks poor performance to start 2016?
A new Goldman Sachs report looks at how much the big banks are exposed to the oil crash.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a sharply lower open, as European and Asian shares tumbled in the wake of renewed oil price weakness.