After a rocky stock, U.S. stocks are doing well in 2016, and emerging markets are doing even better, but strategists recommend staying away.
A new Fox poll shows that Hillary Clinton has a 10-point lead over her Republican rival, Donald Trump. How can Trump turn the tide, with Roy Bailey, Giuliani Deason Capital Interest.
Ford Motor on Thursday announced a recall of 830,000 Ford and Lincoln vehicles to replace faulty side door latches.
Traffic to Trump hotels and casinos has taken a "YUGE" (to use a Trumpian phrase) hit since The Donald announced his candidacy for president, data from Foursquare show.
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Regardless of who becomes the next U.S. president, a bear market might be inevitable, according to an analysis from The Bear Traps Report.
It remains to be seen when the market will break out of an earnings recession as second-quarter reports draw to a close.
Recent data suggests gasoline consumption in recent months wasn't as strong as expected, Barclays' Michael Cohen said.
Donald Trump has a "minimal relationship with the truth," according to the GOP nominee's biographer David Cay Johnston.
CNBC contributor Ron Insana discusses his views on infrastructure projects amidst low rates.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports from Asphalt Green, or AG6, an arcade-style fitness center.
James Albertine, senior analyst at Consumer Edge Research, Colin Rusch, managing director and senior research analyst at Oppenheimer, share their views on Tesla.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on the oil close, live from the NYMEX.
David Cay Johnston, Trump biographer, discusses his newest book, "The Making of Donald Trump" and his views on Donald Trump.
Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein downplayed concerns that she could help Donald Trump win the White House.
The Obama Administration shipped $400M in cash to Iran, and White House spokesperson Josh Earnest comments. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports.
Bill Gross, portfolio manager at Janus Global Unconstrained Bond Fund, discusses why he doesn't like most stocks or bonds.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports how and why companies, including Mariott, are listening in on your social media. Carlos Garcia, CEO of HYP3R Inc., further discusses.