A lesson in the two biggest news events of the past week.» Read More
The Fed seems intent on raising rates in December, says Ron Insana. That could leave some players exposed when the tide goes out, says Ron Insana.
The company raised $243 million, 25 percent less than what they had aimed for.
The euro-dollar developed an end-of-downtrend pattern starting in March 2015, but it didn't pan out.
While Wall Street talks up the near certainty of a December interest rate hike, the Federal Reserve has left itself some wiggle room for delay.
Americans do not need to be kept safe from Syrian refugees, says Tammy Lin. Our vetting process is one of the toughest in the world.
Some of the biggest futuristic minds set sail recently. Here were some of their bold predictions.
As many market participants focused on the increased chances for an interest rate hike, hedge fund managers were loading up on government debt.
Four years is a long time to keep a secret—especially in Hollywood. Charlie Sheen masterfully handled his crisis, says media strategist Mark Macias.
Raising the minimum wage is an issue that most voters agree on, says Julie Kashen. Find out where the candidates stand.
U.S. governors trying to block Syrian refugees don't understand who they are and what they bring to America, says Elizabeth MacBride.
A wobbly third-quarter stock market didn't stop companies from shelling out cash to shareholders, with U.S. investors getting the bulk of the benefits.
Charlotte Farhan is French—in fact, she's from Paris. But here's why she won't add the French flag to her Facebook profile photo.
This web designer has an idea for a better bra. Is it good enough to quit her day job over? Carol Roth weighs in.
I've been asked why the markets were so quiet in light of the attack. There are several likely reasons the market did not go into panic mode.
The Fed either raises rates in December, or it doesn’t. Both scenarios are actually bullish for gold, says Peter Schiff.
Manufacturing and corporate profits are both in recession mode, even though the rest of the U.S. economy continues to limp along.
Given everything going on in the world, it would be absolutely crazy for the Fed to raise rates now, says Ron Insana.
Growth is the singular economic issue of our time, says Larry Kudlow. He thinks Bush and Trump have the best ideas on taxes.
Terror and the fears of rising rates and recession have turned October's surge into November's purge. Here's what investors can do, says Sam Stovall.
The initial market reaction to terrorist assaults on Paris has been muted, but traders are watching French tourism-related stocks.