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The blend of macro forces driving commodities lower makes it unlikely the sector will recover for months to come.
Crude's swift and steep decline have sent energy stocks plunging, but according to on expert, there could be some sweet spots in the market.
A new CreditCards.com survey found that 21 percent of Americans believe they will never be able to pay off their debt.
Returns within the S&P 500 are concentrated in a handful of its largest stocks, an alarming trend not seen since the dot-com bust.
Oil prices pared some of their losses on Wednesday, but those hoping for a rebound next year may be disappointed.
Value stocks are poised to outperform growth names as interest rates rise slowly but steadily next year, analysts tell CNBC.
Turns out, a lot of people are lining up for luxury car models in December, Experian says.
Negative interest rates are on the cards for Canada, its central governor said Tuesday, as the country battles low inflation and sluggish growth.
Smartphones could be obsolete in five years' time, according to consumers polled in a new survey.
Just two CEOs of companies in the S&P 500 hold shares in their companies worth more than Zuckerberg's stake in Facebook.
Students are borrowing more money, and more often, to pay for college. But that debt has long-term consequences.
Opponents of affirmative action in college admissions hope they can cripple the measure when the Supreme Court takes up the issue.
The dramatic plunge in crude oil prices seems to be seeping into the broader market as the close of the year approaches, market participants say.
The US and Singapore said the first deployment of the spy aircraft would take place this month with further missions likely, the Financial Times reports.
Rovio said Chief Executive Pekka Rantala would step down after just a year in the role, which included deep job cuts and restructuring.
Yahoo will not move forward with a spinoff of its stake in Alibaba, the company said.
Volkswagen said it has understated fuel usage and carbon dioxide emissions of far fewer cars than originally expected.
Meredith Whitney, the star analyst, has resurfaced as an investment manager at a Bermuda insurance company. The Financial Times reports.
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Yahoo's fate seems in the hands of tax attorneys, rather than entrepreneurs, which tells you all you need to know about Yahoo at the end of 2015.
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