Hats off if you placed these "shorts" in 2015 – they were regional top performers, according to two reports this week from Markit.
Emerging nations in Asia are trying to pop the fizz, with a tax on sugary drinks on the agenda of several fast-growing markets.
As the trading year wraps up, "Fast Money" traders chose the stocks they feel are primed for success in 2016.
Jim Cramer declared 2015 as the year of the haves and have-not stocks. He has these conclusions for your portfolio.
A Goldman Sachs portfolio manager used some "informed caution" to determine investment picks around the globe.
Flatness in the market one year is a good sign moving forward, Paul Hickey, of Bespoke Investment Group, told CNBC on Monday.
Asian markets ended mostly a tad higher Tuesday, as the jolly fat man delivered a glimmer of green in the little time left to trade before the holiday.
Disney shares have continued to fall as Star Wars has generated success, but is the blockbuster enough to raise the battered stock?
Limited discovery was granted in a case surrounding Sumner Redstone's mental competency, Reuters reported.
The steep underperformance in transportation stocks this year have some market participants questioning the health of the overall market.
Low oil prices will only do limited damage to ISIS, whose revenue sources are too diverse to be crippled by oil's slide, experts say.
Tim Long, BMO Capital Markets senior research analyst, explains why he thinks investors have gotten too bearish on Apple.
One person was killed after a car crashed into pedestrians on a sidewalk Sunday night on the Las Vegas Strip, police said.
U.S. crude futures for January delivery — which expired Monday — ended slightly higher after hitting a multi-year low.
Martin Shkreli, the embattled health care businessman, has been let go by KaloBios Pharmaceuticals — one of the companies he had headed.
Will the arrest of drug-company exec Martin Shkreli affect drug prices? Dan Eaton explains.
In the fast-expanding enterprise application market, one app grew faster than all of its peers this year, according to new data.
Despite China's volatility, venture firm DCM is betting big there with plans to raise a $400 million fund.
CNBC's Jim Cramer has a message for Tim Cook critics.
Lindsey Graham's departure leaves 13 Republicans vying for the 2016 presidential nomination.