All three major US indexes stood in correction territory on Tuesday as weak China data hit stocks.» Read More
There's a group of stocks in the S&P 500 that's trading in the feared "death cross," a phenomenon chart analysts use to determine bearish trends.
Kraft foods on Tuesday said it would recall some 242,000 boxes of its macaroni & cheese dinners because they could contain pieces of metal.
As frustration mounts with the Greek government, new data shows the majority of Germans are happy to let Greece quit the euro zone.
The Apple Watch hasn't even been released yet—but one company is betting it's going to be a big hit with business users.
Shares in Nintendo powered up on the news the gaming company is into smartphone games.
Violent protests hit the streets of Frankfurt as anti-austerity protesters rallied against the opening of a new ECB building.
The U.S. dollar is on a tear amid expectations that the Fed will hike rates later this year, but charts suggest the potential for volatility before the greenback consolidates those gains.
The U.K.'s Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne outlined plans to soften his government's stance on austerity - just in time for May's election.
Quicksilver Resources and its U.S. units filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, adding to a list of oil and gas producers who have folded.
Chris Borland is retiring from the NFL after only one season, potentially giving up millions in the process.
Bitcoin's user base will continue to grow, but its mainstream adoption faces significant headwinds, according to a new report.
Oracle reported a mixed quarter, but boasted that its growth in the cloud sector may be surprising to some.
Pending decisions by the Supreme Court and Congress threaten, at worst, to result in 3.3 million extra kids lacking health insurance.
Banks are slashing their expectations for the world's biggest e-commerce company ahead of Wednesday's lockup expiration, citing challenges to growth.
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Permabear Peter Schiff of Euro Pacific Capital says forget about the word "patient," the Fed is more likely to start QE4 than raise rates.
"Fast Money" traders looked at how to play Oracle and Adobe, which moved in opposite directions after their quarterly results.
Toys R Us will not renew its lease for the 110,000-square-foot retail location in the Times Square area, according to Commercial Observer.
Lumber Liquidators has sent thousands of customers free "idiot-proof" formaldehyde test kits to customers, NBC News reports.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss what's moving the markets lower today, and the action in energy stocks.