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The best stock of 2015 is off to a rough start this year. And according to one technician, there may be much more pain to come.
Small businesses in 2015 saw their softest year of employment growth since 2011, according to data released Tuesday.
Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders will pledge to break up the country's largest financial institutions within the first year of his administration.
Risk assets were on firmer ground Tuesday following the worst start to the year since the financial crisis of 2008 for many global equity benchmarks.
Former boxing champ Mike Tyson is lending his face to a “wallet” for the digital currency bitcoin.
The average apartment price in Manhattan hit a record $1.95 million in 4Q, as high-end real estate continued to defy volatile stock markets.
Facebook-owned Oculus will release its virtual reality (VR) Rift headset to consumers for pre-order on Wednesday, but how much will it cost?
Saudi Aramco has raised its February price for its Arab Light grade for Asian customers by $0.60 a barrel versus January to a discount of $0.80 a barrel to the Oman/Dubai average, it said on Tuesday.
There's a case to be made for the Dogs of the Dow, even as stocks start 2016 down. They offer yields that can pay off a mortgage.
Obama says his executive order is consistent with the Second Amendment right to bear arms.
The China Securities Regulatory Commission said its circuit breaker - used for the first time on Monday - protected investors and calmed markets.
The same agency whose Do Not Call initiative failed to stop telemarketing calls has little to show for its efforts to control tracking on the Web.
If you think a real Chinese bear stock market is beginning, there's an easy way to implement a short China trade.
The 2016 bull argument, for the moment, seems a bit toothless
As China rings in the New Year with a market crash, investors are wondering whether Beijing will bring out its "National Team" to bolster sentiment.
A rocky start to 2016 trading failed to deter one fervent bull, who said stocks could rise 8 to 10 percent this year.
China's landing of plane on its island runways in the S. China Sea shows Beijing's facilities in the disputed region are being completed on schedule.
Stocks suffered Monday to start 2016, but "Fast Money" traders saw opportunities in the slide.
Since 1986, Wien has announced an annual list of 10 "surprises" he expects in the new year.
Those eyeing oil export disruptions amid Saudi-Iran tensions may be disappointed: prices are likely to stay weak in the near term.