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Greeks have been using their debit cards to buy anything tangible that can hold its value in troubled times. The New York Times reports.
Major East Asian economies continue to stand out in a world where developed countries are struggling with high unemployment and a virtual stagnation.
Jim Cramer is disturbed by what is happening in China and reveals why Apple could be its biggest victim yet.
Alcoa delivered quarterly earnings on Wednesday that missed estimates, but it reported a beat on revenue.
Bond and options traders are starting to get concerned, says one options pro.
Wednesday's stock market computer shutdown at the New York Stock Exchange was exaggerated in part by a very human problem.
Stocks closed lower Wednesday, but it had little to do with the halt in trading at the NYSE, veteran trader Art Cashin said.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Alcoa, WD-40 & more.
The Chinese stock market took another beating on Wednesday, and "Fast Money" traders discussed how to play the continued struggles.
The Chinese rich are learning the lesson that the U.S. learned in 2000—what the market giveth, the market may also taketh away.
After the NYSE's two-hour halt, CNBC takes a look back at some of the recent glitches that have halted the markets.
LL Cool J, entertainer, and Max Siegelman, Rouse Social co-founder, talks about a new social media platform that allows fans to celebrities more easily.
PepsiCo said Wednesday Chief Financial Officer Hugh Johnston will be named to the added position of vice chairman.
As NYSE floor trading remains halted, UBS' Art Cashin has some advice for retail investors.
The NYSE outage is nothing to panic over. What should you do? Cancel your orders, then go get ice cream, says "Fast Money" trader Brian Kelly.
Treasurys rose, sending yields lower as investors worried about the extreme selloff in the Chinese stock market and the Greek debt crisis rumbled on.
There are early indications that the back-to-school shopping season may give retailers the jump-start they need.
Fed officials struck a dovish tone in their most recent discussions, while at the same time setting the groundwork for future rate hikes.