Oil had a drop of this magnitude or worse in 5 days 12 times in the last one year, according to hedge fund analytics tool Kensho.
U.S. stocks have surged since Election Day as hopes grow for lower taxes, growth and reduced regulation. It'll take resolve to hang tight
UBS on Tuesday cautioned of near-term weakness in iPhone sales, a trend that could put a dent in Apple's biggest source of earnings.
President-elect Trump's time in the White House could be beneficial to a group of domestic stocks.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss the factors traders are watching in today's markets.
Using Kensho, we found there were 1,580 days during 15 stretches of time since 1981 when GDP ran between 3 and 4 percent.
Ringing today's opening bells are Vale S.A. CEO Murilo Ferreira, at the NYSE; and OraSure Technologies CEO Doug Michels, at the Nasdaq.
Today's bell ringers are Vale S.A. CEO Murilo Ferreira, at the NYSE; and OraSure Technologies CEO Doug Michels, at the Nasdaq.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development sees both growth and inflation picking up under a President Donald Trump.
U.S. president-elect's plans could help lift global GDP growth to 3.6 percent in 2018, but threats of protectionism risk cancelling it out.
The odds favor a continuation of the Trump rally in December, according to this chart.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss factors impacting today's market activity.
Trader Jim Lebenthal, whose "Halftime" model portfolio is up 30 percent this year, is trying protect his gains.
We studied the trading history around 15 events in the last seven years that were positive developments toward normal Cuba-U.S. relations.
Ringing today's opening bell are Mario Clemente, Head of Structured Investments at Invesco Ltd., at the NYSE; and Blue Nile CEO Harvey Kanter, at the Nasdaq.
Today's bell ringers are Mario Clemente, Head of Structured Investments at Invesco Ltd., at the NYSE; and Blue Nile CEO Harvey Kanter, at the Nasdaq.
CNBC's senior market commentator Mike Santoli explains that these discarded investments take some courage to buy.
The market's rally after Donald Trump's election is ignoring the negative effects of his protectionist policies, Breakingviews says.
Morgan Stanley's secular growth list includes firms with projected annual earnings growth of at least 15 percent in the next three years.
Ringing today's opening bells are Target Corporation CEO Brian Cornell at the NYSE; and NYC Dept. of Small Business Services, Gregg Bishop, Commissioner, at the Nasdaq.