With the Nasdaq finishing at a second consecutive record high ahead of a slew of corporate earnings this week, which stock are you eyeing?
As China and Greece dominate the agenda, we ask: what is your mega market worry?
This week's "Trader Poll" wants to find out: What do you think is the biggest driver of Chinese market volatility?
This week's "Trader Poll" wants to find out: If you can make one market risk disappear from your trading screen, what would it be?
Tell us how important Greece's debt talks are to your investment strategy.
Emerging markets suffered their biggest outflows last week so how are you investing in these developing markets?
With bond markets erratic, tell us where you are putting your money.
Shanghai stocks have been on a roller coaster ride. Do you have the nerve to play Shanghai stocks?
The euro kicked off the week weaker as a rejuvenated greenback and persisting Greek debt woes kept the currency under pressure.
Most emerging market currencies have staged a comeback in recent weeks. So which of these currencies would you be willing to buy?
Global government bond prices saw a dramatic fall last week, dividing opinions on where will debt markets be headed next.
As U.U. citizens prepare to vote on May 7, tell us how important the poll is to your investment strategy.
With the Nasdaq finally surpassing its dotcom peak on Friday, worries about a return to the tech bubble are back in focus.
With earnings season going into full swing in Europe, tell us how you are trading.
Tell us which market do you think is most at risk of hitting bubble territory?
Political risks will likely be the key theme for sterling in the days ahead as the countdown to the U.K.'s general election in May begins.
Vote in our poll and tell us which Greek asset class you would buy now.
What do you think will push the euro to parity with the dollar?
Vote in our poll and tell us what you think will impact the price of gold:
After Apple's market value surged past $700 billion in February, what do you think will propel the stock to the $1 trillion milestone?
Jim Cramer goes off the charts to find out if the Chinese roller coaster will continue for investors.
The "Fast Money" traders awarded their final grades to the Gilead, Twitter and Yelp following their quarterly earnings reports.
Discover is getting rid of some ancillary perks associated with its credit cards.
O'Leary's ETF invests in quality stocks that pay dividends
New Barclays Chairman John McFarlane will wield the axe even more quickly at the bank, it emerged Wednesday.
The Fed is expected to point to a growing U.S. economy and stronger job market as it sets the stage for a possible interest rate hike in September.