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Some biotech stocks may be poised to rise in the days ahead as technical traders step in to buy oversold names in the space.
The move from $1.25 would be the biggest revision since the World Bank introduced its $1-a-day yardstick, the FT reports.
A spat between regulators and Exxon Mobil is slowing a refinery in California, and keeping gasoline prices higher for local drivers.
Long Fed foe Peter Schiff took a victory lap days after Fed chair Janet Yellen announced she would leave interest rates unchanged.
Too many millennials are saving much less than they should for retirement. Here are the targets they need to hit.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com tells why emerging markets could continue to fall in the coming months.
Beijing's insistence on its cyberspying innocence makes reaching a rules-of-the road agreement nearly impossible, experts say.
John Maraganore of Alnylam Pharmaceuticals tells CNBC his industry focuses on innovation, not pushing prices on decades-old drugs higher to make a profit.
VW had a previous run-in with authorities over vehicles that used so-called "defeat devices" to disable pollution-control systems. NBCNews reports.
Raising a kid is not cheap! CNBC's Jane Wells takes a look at the most expensive places to raise a child.
Before choosing from the wealth of available funds, consider your goals, expectations, risk tolerance and interest in managing assets.
Investors have been focused on a slowdown in China, but should be looking toward earnings season, Dan Skelly said Wednesday.
In his first visit to the United States, Pope Francis urged United States citizens to take care of "our common home."
Ahead of the pope's visit, telecom companies spent millions to beef up their wireless systems to prepare for all the selfies, tweets and shares.
The net economic benefits of large public events like this week's visit by Pope Francis are often overstated.
The U.S. government will be less accepting of auto industry claims, warns the top federal vehicle safety regulator.
Based on a ranking of graduates in financial management, the University of Pennsylvania beats Harvard on a Wall Street college scorecard.
Multiline retail stocks led the market on Monday. Could the beaten-down group be a bargain buy? Craig Johnson of Piper Jaffray and Andrew Burkly of Oppenheimer discuss with Brian Sullivan.
Mike Jackson, leader of the nation's largest auto dealer chain, said Wednesday Volkswagen's U.S. emission deception is "absolutely shocking" and a "systemic failure."
The holiday season shouldn't cause retailers to hit the panic button—but it also doesn't signal robust growth.