U.S. stocks have moved very closely with the Yen for the past several weeks. S&P Futures did pop up on the better-than-expected economic data.
Take note, Ben Bernanke: Japan is what happens when a market demanding constant stimulus doesn't get what it wants.
The NSA tracking every phone call each American makes, and mining Internet data puts the President at the center of a new controversy. He, not Edward Snowden, is the villain.
Finally, a way for young Wall Streeters to talk to each other without the SEC, FBI or the boss finding out what they're saying and doing.
As homes prices rise, banks are acting faster on overdue loans. The rate at which banks took ownership of properties rose 11 percent in May over April.
What to do with your bond and emerging market funds? The numbers look since the beginning of May certainly aren't pretty.
Selling gun-jumping technology to Wall Street is big business for suppliers of economic data. Should it be banned?
The bulls are betting that Select Comfort is getting its mojo back.
Warren Buffett famously referred to derivatives as "financial weapons of mass destruction," but unless we accept that residential mortgages are too, the phrase glorifies them into something they are not.
While the economic data show a recovery in place, it doesn't seem as if the message has gotten through to retailers serving lower- and middle-income consumers.
Politics and arrogance likely scuttled the Transportation Security Administration's plan to let small knives and other items on planes, NBC reports.
In a move aimed at grabbing some of Twitter's business, the social media giant announced it will add clickable hashtags to its site.
Home Depot stock has soared 190 percent over the past five years. But what's next? TheStreet.com reports.
After falling dramatically for more than a month, applications for mortgage refinances finally swung to the positive last week, rising 5 percent despite the rise in mortgage rates.
Late Tuesday, MSCI downgraded Greece as an "emerging market," effectively bringing the country full circle from when it was upgraded to a developed market.
A new study shows drivers who use hands free cell phones to talk or send messages while on the road are more distracted than those not using a cell phone behind the wheel.
Intel has enjoyed a nice run this quarter, and now the bulls are moving their positions higher and out in time.
At the National Cable Show in Washington, DC this week, the cable content giants are embracing the idea of "TV everywhere" — giving people who pay for cable TV, access to more content, on-demand.
The threat of cord cutting is finally a reality, says one industry analyst and cable companies are embracing innovation to keep subscribers.
The market is trying to figure out the right level for interest rates now that it appears there will be less central bank support in the future. This choppiness is causing a real problem for active investors.