America loves its coffee — and doughnuts, as was evident by Dunkin's IPO — but premium tea retailer Teavana is expected to get some love from investors when it prices its IPO after the close Wednesday.
That August 2 deadline just keeps approaching, and Washington seems no closer to a debt deal. Here's how to trade the impasse.
Worries about the debt ceiling derail the dollar, and kiwis fall after trade data disappoints - it's time for your daily FX Fix.
One of Ronald Reagan's best-known advisors on economics told CNBC that the former President would have started negotiations much earlier than President Barack Obama has.
Gold just keeps hitting new highs in this scary world. Here's how to use currencies to trade the rise.
Can a bailout fund whose backers include some of the countries it may be called upon to bail out really succeed? The NYT reports.
Deadlocked debt-ceiling talks dent the dollar and send the Swissie soaring - it's time for your daily FX Fix.
U.S. House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner told fellow Republicans on Sunday that he is considering a balanced-budget amendment to the Constitution as part of a bill that would raise the debt ceiling, a source who heard his message said.
President Barack Obama and top congressional lawmakers Saturday attempted to salvage a deal to avoid a catastrophic debt default after a collapse in deficit talks left both sides angry and frustrated.
President Barack Obama and congressional leaders are scrambling to find a way ahead on a debt deal after House Speaker John Boehner threw negotiations into crisis by walking out less than two weeks before the deadline to avoid a potentially catastrophic default.
Those debt talks were moving along - until their latest stumble. Here's how to trade the ups and downs.
Now that the euro's relief rally is history, look elsewhere for your next trade.
Does Wall street have a problem with President Barack Obama? Not if his fundraising or reelection efforts tell us anything.
Greece's bailout gives a lift, but the dollar is missing the fun - time for your Friday FX Fix.
Lawmakers in Washington are racing to reach a deal to save the country from defaulting on its debt, but on Wall Street, financial players are devising doomsday plans in case the clock runs out. The New York Times reports.
Today marks one year since the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 was signed into law. One year since Rep. Barney Frank and former Senator Chris Dodd chose to ignore our concerns that this bill would stifle the recovery, harm job creation and crush Main Street America.
All eyes are turned towards the clock as the August 2 deadline for the US debt talks approaches. Treasurys investors could stand to benefit if Congress cannot agree to raise the debt ceiling.
The Canadian dollar often rises when risk appetites are high - but this strategist says it's a safe haven against the messes in the U.S. and Europe.
Bulls are running in Europe and kiwis are lifting off - time for your FX Fix.