S&P/Case-Shiller's 20-City Index jumped 5 percent in July, roughly in line with analyst estimates for a 5.1 percent increase.
Biotech stocks have tumbled for seven straight days, and one trader says it could get worse from here.
U.S. consumers were a little more optimistic about the economy in September, according to a report released Tuesday.
How advertisers are adapting to the shifting media habits of consumers in the millennial age group. The New York Times reports.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell takes a look at what's prompting the sell-off in biotech stocks.
The bull run has ended, and the bear market has arrived, technician Carter Worth says.
The National Hurricane Center forecast the track of Tropical Storm Joaquin includes parts of the U.S. East Coast this weekend into early next week.
Tim Maurer of Buckingham and The BAM Alliance points out four key criteria any prospective financial advisor you're considering should meet.
States spend billions to attract and retain businesses and jobs, but a new survey finds small-business owners angry about the subsidies.
Active fund managers are hopeful they'll have a better shot at outperforming passively managed funds in a bad market than in a good one.
Stocks are having a bad day, but could it get much worse? With Jonathan Krinsky, MKM Partners technical analyst, and Andrew Burkly, Oppenheimer head of portfolio strategy.
The company is expected to unveil two new Nexus smartphones, its new mobile operating system and the next generation of its Chromecast on Tuesday.
The billboard was put up last week and contains silhouettes of people and the words "Tinder, Chlamydia, Grindr, Gonorrhea."
How to pick the right financial advisor for your needs and goals.
The Nasdaq composite spooked investors on Monday after forming a death cross, a trading pattern that is often a precursor to future losses.
Goldman Sachs has cut its year-end forecast for the S&P 500 due to a slower pace of economic activity in China and the U.S. as well as low oil prices.
This chart that the Fed is using to guide policy needs to be buried for good, says Ron Insana. Here's why.
Glencore's downward spiral was halted Tuesday, as its stocks rebounded by as much as 20 percent after a host of brokers came out in support of the group.
Stocks are testing the lows of the year and could be setting up for the first really negative year since 2008.
The drumbeat of market pros that say the market is already in the clutches of the bear is getting louder, USA Today reports.