For five straight weeks, mortgage interest rates have trended higher, and thrown a wet blanket on what had been a booming refinance market.
A bookmaker's decision to pay out early to those who'd bet on a Hillary Clinton win in the U.S. election has proved costly.
Stocks are expected to get crushed on Wednesday's open as investors head for the safety of bonds and gold after Donald Trump's apparent upset victory.
As the election extended into early Wednesday, the rest of the world was contemplating the reality of President Donald Trump in the White House.
Investors should stay out of the stock market after Donald Trump’s stunning win, Dennis Gartman says.
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump speaks to his supporters at his campaign headquarters in New York City.
Silicon Valley reacted on Twitter to a Trump presidency with a mix of humor, despair and a small trace of hope.
Morgan Stanley was the latest Wall Street firm to react to the unexpected Trump win.
After the overnight plunge in U.S. stock index futures, investors are bracing for potential stock drops Wednesday that could trigger a trading halt.
One reason Hillary Clinton was thought to have an electoral firewall was that President Barack Obama twice won six key states.
Shervin Pischevar tells CNBC he is serious about helping California secede, and already has a name for the new sovereign body: New California.
President-elect Donald Trump should stay committed to a key nuclear deal with Iran, the country's foreign minister said Wednesday.
New York's financial community watched in stunned dismay on Wednesday as Republican Donald Trump clinched the White House.
Republicans won key Senate races as Democrats have only been able to flip two seats in Illinois and New Hampshire.
Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated businessman Donald Trump on his victory in the U.S. presidential election in a telegram on Wednesday, the Kremlin said.
European leaders have congratulated Donald Trump for winning the U.S. presidential race, despite concerns over what a Trump presidency could mean.
Trump declares victory, says Clinton has conceded, markets regain some lost ground.
President-elect Donald Trump's biggest Silicon Valley backer offers congratulations and calls for the country to come together.
Wall Street is caught flat-footed as results showed Donald Trump close to winning the presidency, a result few investors took seriously.