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Despite a sharp rise in mortgage interest rates, mortgage application volume was not affected as much as expected.
More than 6½ years into the bull market, many investors still haven't regained their confidence.
Supermarket operator Kroger said it would buy smaller chain Roundy's for $800 million including debt to expand in Wisconsin and the Chicago area.
One investment advisor says that the popular stock is trading at a very big discount, and is expected to see more growth next year.
The S&P 500 is 2 percent away from its all-time high, but according to one highly regarded technician there are some troubling signs in the chart.
Mobile, social and crowdfunding are common terms among start-ups. But one firm has combined those qualities into an app targeting millennials.
Hurricane Kate formed in the Atlantic north of Bermuda on Wednesday. It is the fourth hurricane of Atlantic season.
Bob Doll says consumer-oriented stocks can win even as growth is slow and the dollar rises moderately after a Fed rate hike.
Americans were facing the threat of severe weather from a mix of snow, thunderstorms and tornadoes from the Rocky Mountains to the Great Lakes.
After Macy's reported lower-than-expected revenue and warned on full-year earnings, CEO Terry Lundgren called it a "tough quarter."
With mainstream Republicans struggling to overcome the rise of outsider candidates, the party could face something it hasn't seen in nearly 70 years.
Tired of plain vanilla holdings? Try spicing things up - if you can handle the risk.
CEO Marvin Ellison says JC Penney's third-quarter gross margins and earnings performance "exceeded our expectations."
The San Francisco Fed president told USA Today there's a "very strong case" for the Fed to raise rates if the economy continues to improve.
We scoured insurers' websites to help drivers take advantage of every possible deal.
The deal between AB InBev and SABMiller combines the world's two biggest brewers and creates a company that brews almost a third of the world's beer.
J.R. Martinez, U.S. Army (Ret.), discusses Ken Burns' new documentary "Debt of Honor" about the history of disabled veterans in America.
The New York state attorney general told DraftKings and FanDuel to stop accepting bets in New York, NYT reports.
About 1 in 5 Medicare dollars is spent on this disease that affects over 5 million Americans. Yet not enough is being done to find a cure.
Capital markets could adopt the technology behind bitcoin as early as next year, creating new streams of revenue, according to a report.
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