Consumer confidence will get a boost when the Fed increases interest rates for the first time in nine years, AutoNation's Mike Jackson tells CNBC.
The rules would significantly cut climate-changing emissions from U.S. power plants and make the nation's utilities more environmentally friendly.
The small business sector continued to see slow but steady jobs growth in July, according to a new survey.
Investment guru Mark Mobius dismissed claims that oversupply is behind oil's selloff, and believes the end of the broader commodities rout is near.
Amazon has placed new limits on its Prime subscription service, making it more difficult to split the service with several other people.
The price of crude oil collapsed 21 percent in July, setting up a potential winning trade ahead for retail stocks, if history is any guide.
The proportion of voters who think the country is headed in the wrong direction has risen to 65 percent, a NBC News-Wall Street Journal poll finds.
Pianist Irving Fields turned 100 Tuesday, but he still plays several gigs a week regularly in New York City.
Everything seems to be going wrong for coal stocks, but Larry McDonald of Societe Generale says this could be the perfect time to get in.
The YPO Global Pulse survey paints an inconsistent portrait of the world economy—a US market on track, but a decline in global confidence.
Disney shares are trading at an all-time high, up nearly 45 percent over the past 12 months, and they're expected to keep going strong.
According to a new research, the standard used to determine the ideal indoor temperature is based on the body heat of the average man.
Investors have been flip-flopping between optimism and pessimism for months. But one indicator is warning investors to brace for trouble ahead.
Jim Cramer says the weakness in the oil market has caused this stock, and many others, to suffer.
Twitter's stock has fallen to all-time lows since its IPO, but one options trader says to buy in for a comeback.
Puerto Rico's Government Development Bank announced that it was only able to make a partial payment on its Public Finance Corporation debt.
There's no correlation between crude oil and the S&P 500 right now but there has been at times in the past, said John Kosar of Asbury Research.
China has stepped up its short-selling crackdown with new rules that prevent traders borrowing and repaying stocks within a day.
While the concern used to be an employer finding someone more efficient than you, these days you need to worry about R2D2 taking your job.
The wealthy continued their buying spree of luxury homes in the second quarter, but there are signs that prices may be nearing a top.