The S&P 500 was one of the few indexes around the world to avoid correction territory last week. That changed Monday.
Rising home prices and a tight supply of homes for sale are keeping buyers at bay, as pending homes sales fell in August.
Alcoa said it would split into two entities, acknowledging that its legacy aluminum operations and auto businesses were no longer compatible.
Thanks to advances in data technology, more traditional banks may partner with peer-to-peer lenders, making it easier to get an online loan.
John Boehner's departure will help these GOP candidates the most, says GOP strategist Sara Fagen.
Manufacturing used to be a ticket to the middle class, but not anymore, says Alan Amos, which is why I decided to join the union.
Apple sold more than 13 million iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus units three days after their launch, the company said.
Apple investors will not be able to benefit from the company's soaring iPhone sales just yet, CNBC's Jim Cramer said.
Chipotle says carnitas are back on the menu at 90 percent of its restaurants.
James Gray made a nearly tragic mistake on his KLM flight from Edinburgh to Amsterdam, The Telegraph reports.
Do stocks want the Fed to hike or not? Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners and Phillip Streible of RJO Futures discuss with Brian Sullivan.
Donald Trump said in an interview that a "large segment" of U.S. taxpayers would have a zero rate if he wins. Reuters reports.
U.S. consumer spending grew briskly in August and a key inflation gauge firmed, which could lead the Federal Reserve to tighten interest rates.
Both are expected to speak of Syria and the need for a political transition, NBC News reports.
The Fed will likely raise interest rates later this year, a key central bank official said on Monday.
Yikes! A new survey found that 15 percent of millennials think winning the lottery is a viable retirement strategy.
CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Jim Lebenthal is buying a beaten-down industrial stock he believes could rise ahead of a pending legal decision.
Is a government shutdown ahead, and what would it mean for markets? Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners and Phillip Streible of RJO Futures discuss with Brian Sullivan.
One in 4 American workers would rather clean their toilets than research health benefits, but doing so can save you money.
Has investors' greatest fear become their new hope? Welcome to what one strategist calls the "Alice Through the Looking Glass" market.