Mining giant BHP Billiton posted an 86 percent fall in its full year profit in the face of a painful commodity price rout.
If China stabilizes, U.S. markets will breathe a sigh of relief.
Monday's stock market action was bound to be messy, but it was made even worse by a major technical pile-up just as the session got underway.
Chinese investors tell CNBC their views on Beijing's attempts to prop up equities and the economic outlook.
Monsanto sweetened its offer to buy Syngenta, valuing the Swiss company at around $47 billion.
The turmoil gripping China's markets doesn't reflect the condition of the world's second largest economy, some analysts and economists warn.
The UK’s rush to embrace trade with China recently has raised its exposure to the market turmoil surrounding the world’s second largest economy.
A series of new studies out this week shows solid progress toward a flu vaccine in a pill and a so-called universal flu vaccine. NBC News reports.
There was, for lack of a better word, "pricing havoc" in some ETFs.
After confidential customer information was posted online in a hack attack, Ashley Madison announced a sizable bounty.
Investors waiting to jump into Netflix and Apple shares may have just gotten their chance, "Fast Money" traders said.
This ensemble is on track to be named the most controversial Halloween costume of 2015.
Legendary investor Bill Miller is "definitely" buying right now. Here's what's on his shopping list.
Think you're smart? Think again. Entrepreneur and investor Mark Cuban explains what's happening, and what investors should do.
Wells Fargo analyst Scott Wren explains why he's keeping his S&P price target at 2,150 to 2,250.
Despite the markets dropping a lot in recent days, this isn't the time to sell stocks and freak out over the long haul.
Oil prices will likely continue to tumble amid a global oversupply and possible reach the $20 handle, Citi's Ed Morse said on Monday.
For years, Piper Jaffray has been one of the biggest bulls on Wall Street, and with good reason.
Market chatter about what the Fed's next steps will be suddenly has shifted from when it will raise rates to when it will offer more stimulus.
The stock market's dramatic plunge came at the worst possible time for consumers, one expert said.