U.S. stocks opened sharply lower as investors reacted to some weaker than expected Chinese data.» Read More
Has China's disappointing data changed your view of the market? Tell us.
"Squawk on the Street's" Jim Cramer says investors need to stop being scared, and ask themselves where they are getting their information.
Experts say it's time to be a contrarian investor and buy Chinese stocks with strong growth prospects in sectors such as banking and IT.
Oil expert John Kilduff, who's been correctly calling crude's plunge, tells CNBC the recent surge higher in prices won't continue.
A different time horizon can have a significant effect on how people save for retirement, experts say. Here's how.
Oil fell Tuesday with investors taking profits after Brent and U.S. crude soared more than 8 percent in the previous session.
Hundreds of thousands of people joined the site last week, including 87,596 women, Ashley Madison said.
Warren Buffett and Carl Icahn acquired significant new positions in energy and commodity names. Is this a signal of a bottom for the sectors?
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Dow stocks dip in continue to dip with JPM down 3%, Apple down 2% and Visa down 3%.
Market turmoil has investors running for a place to hide, but for one technician the choice is obvious: consumer discretionary.
What sectors are the best to buy on market weakness? Ari Wald of Oppenheimer and Boris Schlossberg of BK Asset Management discuss with Brian Sullivan.
Piper Jaffray's Craig Johnson tells CNBC the secular bull market in stocks remains intact.
Nearly 400 members of the S&P 500 were "oversold" on a statistical basis at the end of last week and therefore should rebound this week.
'Mad Money' host Jim Cramer is revealing the most polarizing stock on the averages.
Energy stocks fall after the open with Chevron down 3%, GE down 2% and Exxon down 2%.
Bank of America's move to combine the role of CEO and board chair makes a mockery of efforts to improve bank oversight, Mike Mayo said.
Credit card debt is at its highest level in six years. Figuring out how to pay it all off can seem daunting. Here's how to do it right.
Tech stocks down after the open with Apple down 2%, Facebook down 3%, Google down 2% and Netflix down 5%.
Stephen Schork of the Schork Report explains why oil may have finally found a bottom, in an interview with Amanda Drury.