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Japan stocks have been on fire since the BoJ's fresh stimulus, raising questions over whether the rally is sustainable beyond short-term euphoria.
The bank confirmed in a regulatory filing that the Department of Justice is conducting a criminal investigation into its foreign-exchange trading.
Here's why the midterm election could be good for stocks, says Kenny Polcari.
American International Group posted earnings of $1.21 a share, excluding items, on revenue of $8.63 billion.
HSBC confirmed it had set aside $378m for fines relating to suspected manipulation of foreign exchange markets, amid ongoing talks with U.K. regulators.
AbbVie reported strong earnings on demand for its Humira drug and said it could deliver strong long-term growth without another big merger bid.
The yen tumbled to its lowest level in nearly seven years against the dollar, putting it on track for its biggest losses in 18 months.
HSBC is expected to set aside about $640 million to cover the cost of an investigation into suspected manipulation of FX markets. The FT reports.
With the end of the Federal Reserve's quantitative easing in sight, the outlook for financial stocks appears bright, Karen Finerman says.
Russian state-backed hackers have been carrying out a cyber espionage campaign targeting key organizations to uncover military secrets.
UBS posted forecast-beating net profits of $802 million but warned on litigation charges of $1.9 billion.
Boosting the housing market could fuel the next credit bubble, warned Alan Schwartz, the former head of Bear Stearns.
While Fundstrat's Thomas Lee and Deutsche Bank's David Bianco agree on the market's direction, they differed in CNBC interviews over falling oil prices.
Greater China shares slumped Monday amid disappointment over the delay of the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect.
Private Advisor Group's Guy Adami says the market might be running out of steam.
The tides are turning in popular consensus. It’s time for Corporate America to get some gay pride, says author Steve Siebold.
Even before they are published Sunday, speculation over who is going to pass the tests and whether they're tough enough has reached fever pitch.
Bank customers can expect a flurry of thick mail as credit companies rush to get chip cards into their hands ahead of the holiday season.
Big name investors like Dan Loeb and David Einhorn helped raise $6 million to fight poverty at a charity event in New York City.
Australia's consumer prices cooled in the third quarter, giving the central bank room to hold interest rates low for longer.