Second-quarter GDP data showed economy is growing at a ho-hum pace, but inside the report was a pickup that could help the Fed toward a rate hike.
The Lindsey Group's Peter Boockvar shares his views on the Fed and the latest GDP data.
By Christmas, oil will be rebounding off the mid to lows $30s, John Kilduff told CNBC.
More than 7.4 million borrowers were still "seriously" underwater on their mortgages at the end of June, according to RealtyTrac.
The supply of homes for sale nationally in June fell 6.5 percent from a year ago, according to a new report from Zillow. That's boosting prices.
The market's flirtation with new highs is not telling the real story. Underneath the surface, some serious problems are lurking.
Yahoo's live-streamed messaging service seems like the tech company is chasing a trend rather than being an industry leader, analysts say.
Several of the companies that consumers said goodbye to have announced they're readying their second act.
The Earth will be quite a bit more crowded in 2050—with nearly 2.5 billion more people than now.
Many Americans are getting more high-tech, safer credit cards, but the change could spell disaster for small businesses.
At least 70 percent of retirees will need some kind of long-term care. Here's how you can pay for it.
Fidelity says 401(k) contributions have surpassed $10,000 for the first time, but not all account holders are poised to benefit.
Former Allergan CEO David Pyott tells a Senate hearing the SEC should investigate the Pershing Square-Valeant alliance.
It's been a bumpy ride for Brazil, but one trader says economic challenges could set it up for a rally.
Say "goodbye" to ad-free Solitaire without a price tag. Windows 10 includes updates to a few card games.
The U.S. Senate approved a long-term highway bill with three years of funding for roads, bridges and rails on Thursday.
Puerto Rico's growing debt crisis has raised fears about the safety of the municipal bond market, but those fears may be overblown.
The government announces its annual revisions of the past three years and confirms a series of stories in CNBC raising questions about growth.
A whirlwind year for macro events is leading investors to seek refuge in large-cap names with consistent and predictable trends.
U.S. economic growth accelerated in the second quarter as a pick up in consumer spending offset the drag from soft business spending on equipment.