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Stock pickers were done in by two major factors: following the crowd and an uneven pattern of correlations among stocks.
Boris Johnson's appointment to the British foreign office understandably left many perplexed on Twitter.
Asian markets ended mostly higher, while Singapore's securities market remained closed due to a system glitch.
The U.S. is persuading Asian nations not to move aggressively after a court ruling denied China's claims to the South China Sea.
Britain's new finmin will have to steer an economy poised for a recession, as well as convince banks to stay in the U.K. post-Brexit.
NBC News sat down with President Bashar al-Assad for a wide-ranging interview that touched on the U.S. presidential election.
Whether or not Japan calls in the helicopters, an expected blast of fiscal and monetary easing will bring down the high-flying yen.
While many investors have shunned emerging markets over their volatility, the post-Brexit world has made them suddenly much more attractive.
The Nasdaq has failed to join the Dow and S&P in hitting record highs. Here's what that tells us about stocks as a whole.
The "Fast Money" traders picked sectors that they thought might be good opportunities.
Amazon wasn't the only one to have it's best day ever this week — small businesses that participated in Prime Day saw major boosts to their bottom lines.
The problem is that most investors are paying too much for traditional defensive trades.
Las Vegas' Hangover Heaven helps people cure hangovers in less than an hour. CNBC's Jane Wells puts it to the test.
"Fast Money Halftime Report" trader Joe Terranova believes investors may have gotten too complacent given the recent rally in stocks.
CNBC's data analysis reveals the states that have outperformed all others in terms of economic opportunity over the last 10 years.
CNBC unveils its 10th annual America's Top States for Business ranking, scoring all 50 states on 10 key measures of competitiveness.
If you look at the facts, it's clear that Clinton made mistakes, but certainly not at the level of "extreme carelessness," says Lanny Davis.
Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump in Iowa and Pennsylvania, while the two are tied in Ohio, NBC News reports.
Jim Cramer lays out various scenarios that could prompt a sell-off of stocks. He shares his game plan of how to play it.