The S&P 500 is due for a dip because the forces that drive profit are weak despite economic improvement elsewhere, David Bianco tells CNBC.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi talks candidly to CNBC's John Harwood about Elizabeth Warren, bank regulation and the Affordable Care Act.
In order to kick start a second half rally, sales and capital spending need to pick up.
Think Obama's new overtime policy will help your paycheck? You may be wrong, the Fiscal Times reports.
The nation is a patchwork of laws when it comes to regulating fireworks. Still, legality seems to have little to do with people injuring themselves.
While the S&P stagnates, one particular group of equities is at the intersection of everything that's working.
Rising mortgage rates are taking their toll on both home buyers and home owners looking to save on their monthly payments.
Financial crises are supposed to be good for gold. But the Greek crisis is lending little support to the yellow metal.
The number of planned layoffs announced by U.S.-based companies ticked up nearly 10 percent in June from the previous month.
Jim Cramer won’t even make a call on this stock during the Lightning Round.
ACE will acquire Chubb in a cash and stock deal valued at $28.3 billion.
Wednesday kicks off two days of important economic data that culminate with the most important report of all: June employment on Thursday.
Puerto Rico's brewing debt crisis has pummeled its bonds, but so far not the more than $3.5 trillion broader municipal bond market.
The euro has been like a brick: You can throw it, just not very far. But that's only temporary, Goldman says, tipping near-parity with the dollar.
Analysts warned that markets could be getting ahead of themselves after a letter from Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was made public.
Re/code's Walt Mossberg set out to answer the question: Would I pay $10 a month — $120 a year — to use it?
The State Department released a trove of email messages on Tuesday night from Hillary Rodham Clinton’s first year as secretary of state.
Monday's violent selloff could be the prelude to a more volatile second half, but strategists still expect the S&P 500 to gain.
The announcement by Gov. Alejandro García Padilla of Puerto Rico that the commonwealth may seek to delay debt payments has thrown hedge funds’ strategies into turmoil.
With Greece's debt crisis in the spotlight, market pros are keeping their eyes out for other potential problems looming in the horizon.