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Account holders can earn yields substantially higher than those on conventional savings accounts, as long as they're willing to do a little homework.
Retail investors across the world may be in for a disappointment, hoping that lower-risk assets will land them with high returns in the year ahead, according to Schroders.
Technical analyst Rich Ross explains why crude oil is setting up for a decline to $53 a barrel.
Some sophisticated traders are betting Cisco's rally will be short-lived.
Total U.S. government debt holdings by the 18 largest banks in the country declined by $2.6 billion in the first quarter.
The worst of the Chinese slowdown is likely still ahead because of the nation's debt, according to a senior Morgan Stanley investment strategist.
The recent rally in oil has forecasters tweaking their models to see what a sustained price recovery might look like.
Investors have piled into defensive stocks, but cyclicals are cheaper and provide exposure to GDP growth, strategist David Kostin tells CNBC.
Dennis Gartman says that despite a reported price warning from OPEC, he's now getting long oil.
"If you're a money manager, and you don't know that Greece could go bankrupt, then you deserve to go bankrupt," one strategist quipped.
OPEC insists it has not drafted a plan that contains a pessimistic price scenario and seeks production quotas.
Global bond yields are again rising, roiling stock markets in Europe and the United States.
Amid a sharp selloff in the bond market, players in Europe's low-yielding papers have gotten their fingers burned, big time.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
These S&P 500 companies doubled their adjusted profit from a year ago. They also beat profit expectations. USA Today reports.
Bond markets succumb to heavy selling, sending equity markets down sharply while the euro jumped 1 percent against the dollar.
What could Shake Shack and GoPro possibly have in common? Their stock charts. And that's bad news for the burger chain.
Two major research houses on Wall Street recommend getting rid of domestic stocks in favor of multinational names as the dollar weakens.
CNBC's third annual ranking of private companies that have wooed billions in funding may surprise you. They debunk start-up myths.
Jim Cramer is seeing some signals floating over from China. Could that spark an economic revival for your portfolio?