Crude oil jumped 6 percent in today's trade. The play on the commodity, with Mike Kelly, Global Hunter Securities managing director.
Gold got the week started off right. So will this be the year that the precious metal truly shines?
Foxconn agreed to give Re/code a tour of a sprawling manufacturing facility were it makes iPads and Macs.
Samsung's first quarter operating profit guidance surpassed estimates on Tuesday, and analysts say this could be the "first glimpse of a turnaround."
If you find yourself in a sticky situation, you can do take money out without facing the 10 percent penalty.
After years avoiding the party he used to lead, former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair has joined the campaign for Labour Party votes.
The Astenbeck Capital Management chief executive said that his optimistic stance on oil of a month ago may have been premature.
Tesla shares soared more than 6 percent on Monday, but some Fast Money traders still aren't sold on the stock.
Investors are eagerly waiting to see how much Apple plans to return to shareholders when it releases earnings later this month.
Dennis Gartman of "The Gartman Letter" says the upswing in gold prices could be more than just a temporary pop.
Jim Cramer jumped for joy when he saw the weak employment number on Friday, and investors can now reap the benefits.
A new CNBC polls find that about a third of college hoop fans would think twice about tuning in if players were paid.
Technical analysts, those who study charts to make buying and selling decisions, believe a bigger pullback could begin this week.
Oil prices rose as the framework Iran deal offers little chance for a increase in oil exports, but charts suggest it's too early to expect any price rise.
Analysts tell CNBC why they are or aren't bullish on Tesla's stock after last week's quarterly deliveries announcement.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer outlines 3 important things Friday's jobs number accomplished.
Jim Cramer goes through Warren Buffett's portfolio to find the top five dividend stocks that could prove to be winners in your portfolio.
Faced with California’s worsening drought and shrinking local water supplies, Santa Barbara is looking to the sea for salvation.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: A Schulman, Viacom, Clovis & more.
Ocean water may help drought-stricken California, but a combination of economic, environmental and regulatory hurdles remain.