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The first increase in interest rates since 2006 might not impact your retirement portfolio, but further rises may, say experts.
A sharp rise in volatility could be positive for a certain ETFs, if history is any guide.
Times have changed, it is now more environmentally friendly and profitable to use renewable energy, says Oscar-winning director Charles Ferguson.
No bailout or bankruptcy court included. The New York Times reports.
The Men's Wearhouse on Wednesday reported a fiscal third-quarter loss of $27.2 million, after reporting a profit in the same period a year earlier.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits rose last week, but likely does not signal a deterioration in the labor market.
Market watchers scrutinizing fluctuations in volatile crude oil prices shouldn't expect upward moves to last, Dennis Gartman says.
The oil supply from countries outside of the OPEC group will contract in 2016 as oil demand rises, the production cartel said in its latest report.
This is the first time Twitter is making money by going beyond its core group of 320 million numbers.
The recent stock dives in energy MLPs and Kinder Morgan’s dividend cut disproves the idea that MLPs are immune to low oil prices.
Wal-Mart is rolling out a new mobile payment solution that enables shoppers to check out via a quick three-step process.
Texas tax law could muddy U.S. oil inventory data through year end, but the oil glut is not going away and is now showing up in an oversupply of diesel and other fuels.
Steve Forbes says Americans aren't worried about income inequality.
Chipotle founder and co-CEO Steve Ells apologized to those who have been sickened, TODAY reports.
In Jim Cramer's experience, Wednesday's sell-off can only be explained as a preparation for a rate hike.
Drenching storms triggered mudslides and flooding in the Pacific northwest, authorities and local media reported.
Markets could again be buffeted by year-end crosscurrents and positioning ahead of the Fed, but oil may have the final say Thursday.
U.S. import prices fell in November as the cost of petroleum and several goods continued to decline.
A sticking point in the end-of-year spending fight in Congress involves money, symbolism, Obamacare and presidential politics.
Wall Street has tamped down stock market expectations in 2016 for a variety of reasons.