After the 2008 financial crisis, big banks made a big mistake. And now they're paying the price, says Dick Bove.» Read More
There has been an inconsistency in the behavior of the Dow and that of the S&P 500 and Nasdaq over the past few weeks.
Here is the huge issue affecting the middle class that the Democratic candidates must address during the Las Vegas debate, says JoEllen Chernow.
Ferrari said they would float 17.2 million shares at $48-$52, about 10% of the company.
With Wall Street banks about to report on how much money they've been making, estimates are moving in the wrong direction.
Urban Outfitters posted record sales and its CEO is a billionaire. And yet, they need "volunteers" to do hourly work? That's not OK, says Christine Owens.
Hillary Clinton's bank bashing is soooo 1900s, says analyst Mike Mayo. Here's why she and other candidates need to knock it off.
The result would benefit Main Street more than Wall Street, which has had a banner seven-year run helped by historically easy Fed monetary policy.
Oil prices recently topped $50 a barrel and UBS says they'll be above $70 within a year. Here's why.
Traders are rotating into beaten-up sectors, but the underlying fundamentals are still shaky.
Newly implemented federal identification guidelines means that some travelers may not be able to board an airplane with state ID next year.
The best candidates to do that are countries running external surpluses, low budget deficits and inflation rates approximating price stability.
Making Paul Ryan speaker would solve a lot of problems. So what's the holdup?, asks Larry Kudlow.
The drug industry has higher profit margins than almost any other industry. Here's how Topher Spiro suggests we fix that.
Oil prices crossed the $50 mark per barrel, but the commodity's future growth all comes down to this one thing, says Steve Kopits.
Childhood obesity is a major epidemic and the government can save billions by helping to fight it in this way, says Curt Ellis.
Which way is the market headed? Watch these two things, says trader Kenny Polcari.
When Carl Icahn put together an elaborate presentation on why he thought the stock market was in trouble, investors took notice — and started buying.
Mr. Gross's lawsuit against PIMCO is not simply about astronomical damages, but much more, says Dan Eaton.
CNBC returns to visit a California organic farmer whose dream to grow special pumpkins is bearing fruit, and weirdness.
VW is not alone in promoting a corporate culture of cheating. Here's how the industry needs to change, Daron Gifford.