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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Tuesday said China's devaluation of the yuan would be "devastating" for the United States.
Hardeep Walia, founder and CEO of Motif Investing, discusses the impact of a possible rise in interest rates on investors' portfolios and how they can prepare for change.
The US banking industry is at a critical point right now and yet, at the GOP debate, only one candidate brought up a financial issue, says Dick Bove.
Five years after GM shut down a Hummer plant in Mishawaka, Indiana, the assembly line now cranks out the Mercedes-Benz R Class.
Investors around the world were taken by surprise on Tuesday after the PBoC devalued the yuan by almost 2 percent against the U.S. dollar.
A new Asian currency war and a delayed Fed rate hike; these are the potential market-shaking implications of Beijing's decision to devalue the yuan.
Recent comments by the Fed's Stanley Fischer may have made a September hike less likely, says Ron Insana. Here's why.
Even though bull markets don't die of old age, the odds of a correction appear to be increasing, should history be any guide.
Here's why Google's name change could be good for its stock price, says former JPMorgan exec Kabir Sehgal.
By a variety of indicators, optimism is holding fairly steady on Main Street.
Almost the entire East Coast and Southeast — 84 million people in all — are at risk for severe weather on Tuesday. NBC reports.
Investors continue to pull money out of Bill Gross' new bond fund, though the exodus slowed somewhat in July.
CNBC's Jim Cramer likes Google's reorganization plans.
Investors are cheering Google's operating structure overhaul because it increases transparency and accountability, analysts said.
Goldman Sachs gave clients a list of 20 stocks they should avoid because of their high exposure to China.
U.S. productivity rebounded in the second quarter, but a weak underlying trend suggested inflation could pick up more quickly than anticipated.
The People's Bank of China has allowed the yuan to depreciate sharply, sending a shock through currency markets.
A September rate hike, strong dollar and cheap oil may equal a "very rough" correction, says Wharton's Jeremy Siegel.
The S&P 500 hasn't seen a true correction in four years. But one expert says stocks are in the midst of a different sort of corrective move.