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Just how committed China is to market orientation could be tested as domestic growth slows leaving some to wonder over the yuan.
Recent reports have suggested that Merger Monday is no more. But data show it's as alive as ever, but it's not Monday for the reasons you think.
Gasoline is on the rise, even as oil continues to plummet. Erin Gibbs of S&P Capital IQ and BTIG technical analyst Katie Stockton discuss with Brian Sullivan.
Following in the footsteps of rival discount carrier Spirit Airlines, Frontier Airlines has done away with its free customer service line, the LA Times reported.
A new study finds that knocking out small credit card balances first may help motivate consumers, but not always.
Morgan Stanley nearly doubled its Tesla price target Monday, citing a revolutionary new understanding of transport.
Market valuations set us up for a rally, says Erin Gibbs of S&P Capital IQ.
An expected drop in crude prices to $30 to $40 a barrel might not be enough to balance global oil markets, analyst Jamie Webster says.
The Dallas Fed named former Goldman Sachs executive Robert Steven Kaplan its president on Monday, effective in September.
The U.S. Geological Survey said the earthquake struck a mile north of Piedmont, California, at 6:49 a.m. PDT.
It's nearly time for college students to head to campus, and along with desk lights and ramen noodles they need these money management skills.
Despite protests and calls to impeach its president, Brazil is down but not out as it heads to the 2016 Olympics, says Juliana Barbassa.
Former GOP presidential candidate Steve Forbes says Donald Trump is a net-positive for Republicans, even with his controversial comments and policies.
Jeff Bezos writes to staff defending Amazon's human resources policy following a New York Times story claiming back-stabbing practices.
Experts forecast crude prices will decline this fall to levels where many producers could be unable to make money, according to a new CNBC Oil Survey.
After a weekend article by The New York Times described Amazon as a "bruising place to work," Jim Cramer said investors will love the stock even more.
The SEC announced Monday that two Citigroup affiliates agreed to pay almost $180 million to settle charges that they defrauded investors.
CNBC Pro highlights the top performing stocks this week and analyzes whether the good times will continue.
Erin Gibbs, S&P Capital IQ, and Katie Stockton, BTIG, discuss what it will take for stocks to break out of their range.
Virgin Australia has revealed its new business class cabin, which it claims features the longest, widest lie-flat beds available in domestic air travel.