The BOJ kept monetary policy steady and largely maintained its upbeat inflation forecasts, even as soft exports and household spending forced it to trim its GDP projection.
An IMF study has shown Greece needs far more debt relief than European governments have been willing to contemplate so far.
Negative calls on Japan's market remain few and far between despite a nearly non-stop rally, suggesting building confidence in the economic revival.
With some of the biggest names in the technology industry slated to report earnings this week, the sector could be key to the current stock rally.
Call it a one-two punch against coal. As global demand for U.S. coal exports sags, domestic demand at power plants has been sliding as well.
China's Tsinghua Unigroup may be making a grab for the last U.S. memory chip maker, but the Chinese bidder for Micron is unlikely to gain U.S. approval.
Jim Cramer calls out the biotech winners that are trading higher in this market.
Rapper 50 Cent filed for bankruptcy just as a jury was to decide punitive damages in a sex-tape lawsuit. Is that filing legit?
Technical analyst Andrew Keene explains why big tech earnings could lead to a selloff in the QQQ.
Jim Cramer now calls it mistake season instead of earnings season. Don't let these expensive mistakes ruin your portfolio!
Nike is releasing a new, easy-entry footwear system this month.
Ahead of this year's Delivering Alpha conference, CNBC's Kate Kelly looks at some of the wins - and misses - from last year's event.
A nearly doubling of the federal gas tax is needed to fix America's crumbling infrastructure, Rep. Rick Larsen, D-Washington, said Tuesday.
Even after disappointing retail numbers, consumer discretionary stocks hit an all-time high. Traders still think there's room to go.
Front-runners Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush are taking aim at wage growth and hours worked, traditional Main Street issues.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan asks Todd Gordon, TradingAnalysis.com, and Dave Seaburg, Cowen & Co., about the performance of coffee stocks Dunkin Brands and Starbucks.
There are 12 companies in the S&P 500 that have made a habit out of beating bottom-line expectations, according to USA TODAY.
China needs to take these three steps to restore its markets and investor confidence, says Curtis Chin.
Facebook is testing its own version of Siri and Google Now—a virtual assistant named Moneypenny, according to tech site The Information.
Oil prices reversed themselves and moved higher despite a historic nuclear deal that traders feared could flood the market with Iranian crude.