An indicator of U.S. economic activity declined in July, missing analyst expectations and suggesting some trouble for the economic outlook ahead.
Despite pressure from global markets and collapsing commodities, one trader says the S&P is still on track to break to new highs.
The Fed should increase rates at next month's meeting because it won't hurt the economy and the financial markets are ready, global credit specialist Mark Okada tells CNBC.
The Fed minutes left the markets wanting, with enough nuance to keep Wall Street divided over a September rate hike.
Raising interest rates is an effective way to cool off a housing market that is too hot, a top Federal Reserve official said.
Valeant is buying the company that just won approval to sell "female Viagra."
Analysts says there are a couple of factors fueling the afternoon gyrations in China's stock market.
Brian White of Cantor Fitzgerald says HP could turn in an "uninspiring performance" when it reports Q3 earnings.
Oil's bear market will end once several bankruptcies hit and acquisitions occur, Dennis Gartman said Wednesday.
Sears reported a profit thanks to a one-off gain from the sale of stores, but the struggling retailer's sales continued to decline.
Larry McDonald of Societe Generale and Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com discuss several stocks that could rise even if the S&P falls.
San Francisco and Los Angeles district attorneys listed 25 individuals with criminal records or fake licenses who drive for the car service.
Oil prices continue to crater, and the bottom remains elusive because not one of the world's three largest producers shows any sign of blinking.
Indian business giant Tata is investing up to $100 million in ride hailing app Uber as it plans to develop new products and services in India.
Confronting someone may make you squirm, but these problems don't solve themselves.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals is nearing a deal to pay $1 billion for Sprout Pharmaceuticals.
Volume may have been heavier than normal, but there still wasn't enough to rally the troops significantly.
Markets embraced the Fed minutes as a relatively dovish sign the Fed was not quite ready to move on hiking rates back in July.
Trade economists believe currencies are not the trade weapon they once were, the FT reports.
Google went public 11 years ago, and "Fast Money" traders discussed whether it was worth owning in the next 11 years.