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The S&P/Case-Shiller 20-City Composite Index showed U.S. home prices rose 5.1 percent from the year-ago period in August.
CNBC's John Harwood spoke to former presidential candidates Joe Lieberman and Jon Huntsman about the problem of labels in American politics.
Comcast earnings were helped by NBCUniversal's box-office hit "Minions" and growth in its high-speed Internet and business services divisions.
The NBA will make history Tuesday as the league will become the first to broadcast a live professional sports game in virtual reality.
The move effectively bypasses House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling, who has fought to close the U.S. Export-Import bank.
As the Nasdaq ticks closer to the record set in 2000, technical and fundamental traders advise staying away for now.
It's a staple of every presidential campaign: Candidates walk through a manufacturing plant and say they will bring back millions of jobs.
General Motors said Tuesday it is recalling 1.4 million of its older models due to a fire hazard.
Apple is scheduled to report earnings after the bell on Tuesday, but one technician says that this could point to more downside for the stock.
Amid stock market volatility, there has been nearly $8 billion in net inflows to so-called alternative funds since the beginning of 2015.
While Apple stock fans await a new iPhone to rally shares, an even bigger factor for Apple grew by 112 percent over the past year.
Ford delivered quarterly earnings that missed analysts' expectations on Tuesday, but revenues were better than expected.
The company cited a strong dollar and weak agricultural markets in Brazil and other emerging markets for the decline in profits.
Restaurants Brands International said third-quarter profit soared, helped by new restaurants and lower costs.
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The market should put aside the notion that the Federal Reserve knows something the Street doesn't, economist Drew Matus says.
The lights are off and no one's home: Here's where empty foreclosures are most common.
Microsoft plans to hand over the reins of Microsoft Office to longtime executive Julie Larson-Green, according to sources.
Earnings news, especially from Apple, could stir up a market that's waiting for the Fed.
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