The reason why anyone would buy negative-yielding debt is actually pretty simple: Because they have to.
Two U.S. House Republican Committee chairmen are seeking a perjury probe into Hillary Clinton's testimony before Congress.
Evidence on economic growth, the labor market and consumer inflation suggests the next move toward rate adjustment is way overdue.
Brexit has reduced the likelihood of another Fed rate hike, and that means U.S. banks will face continued pressure, Sheila Bair says.
Similarities in the patterns on the gold and silver charts mean the silver price follows the behavior of the gold price, says Daryl Guppy.
The company behind the smash-hit game Pokemon Go says it never intended for the game to get full access to users’ Google accounts, Recode reports.
Donald Trump has irritated Beijing but he's largely an unknown quantity, while Hillary Clinton is viewed with trepidation.
Elon Musk's new master plan is part of a strategy shift for Tesla, Oppenheimer's Colin Rusch said.
Obama wrote that a 'public option' would give Obamacare customers more choice.
The "Fast Money" traders said that there may still be some opportunities left in the market.
A new 52-week high after a long pause is a bullish signal for stocks that means strong returns are ahead, Bank of America told clients on Monday.
Walter White is not the only one who has made some risky investments.
Jim Cramer explains why a Brexit was really a blessing for the tape, and what this means for the market’s new highs
Alcoa beat expectations on the top and the bottom, and its stock popped more than 4 percent.
CNBC's Michael Santoli discusses why it's safe to bet that reports rolling out over the next month will show the earnings recession on Wall Street has ended.
Figuring out where to retire after decades of working can be a tough choice. Bankrate has its top picks and recommendations of places to avoid.
Brothers Lorenzo and Frank Fertitta may have hit their biggest jackpot yet with the sale of the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
Financial stocks are in focus as the first of the big banks get ready to release earnings, and options traders are implying volatile moves.
The broader S&P 500 index may be trading in record territory Monday, but the real winners have been the investors who have picked the right stocks along the way.