U.S. stocks closed deep in the red as global growth concerns accelerated selling pressure to push the Dow and Nasdaq into correction territory.
Everyone loves a good comeback story. And if you were to look for one right now in the euro zone, most economists would point to Spain.
Eight big-name companies from the S&P 500 are currently trading at or near record highs, but should you sell the rip?
A snap survey conducted Thursday by CNBC found 11 of 17 economists still forecasting the first rate hike to come in September.
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Wall Street firms are pointing to housing stocks as one of the few areas left of the market that still have potential for growth.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
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Singapore's property shares, already hit by expectations of rising rates, took a beating after China devalued its currency and more pain may be ahead.
Jim Cramer speaks with Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz on working with competition to hire disenfranchised youth in the U.S.
Electric-car maker Tesla Motors said it planned to raise about $500 million through the sale of 2.1 million shares.
With U.S. stocks choppy again Wednesday, investors sought safe picks in an increasingly uncertain market.
U.S. stocks closed off lows, recovering from sharp intraday declines as gains in energy offset earlier pressures from global growth concerns.
The Federal Reserve may raise interest rates in September, but only with "great difficulty" following China's devaluation of the yuan, Bob Doll said.
Wall Street is split on whether China's surprise currency devaluation could delay the Fed's expected rate hike.
A U.S. federal judge ruled against a law calling on banks to document how well they meet the needs of low-income neighborhoods.
Silicon Valley is taking on Wall Street right where it lives: in financial services that big banks either have ditched or haven't latched onto yet.
Take a look at some of Monday's early movers.
A large number of stocks in the S&P 500 are already trading in correction territory. Is this a buying opportunity?