Our live blog is tracking market reaction on another busy day for quarterly earnings. Names to watch out for include RBS, BNP Paribas and Total. » Read More
If third-quarter GDP comes in as expected Friday, it could be one of the best readings for economic growth in two years.
The oil market is taking a breather after the past month's rally sparked by hopes of an OPEC output limit.
The GOP vice-presidential nominee says he'll be back on the campaign trail on Friday, after emerging from the plane unharmed.
General Electric said on Thursday it was in discussions with the No. 3 oilfield services provider Baker Hughes on potential partnerships.
Amazon's weaker-than-expected fourth-quarter forecast gives investors something to think about ahead of the holidays.
Amazon shares dropped in extended trading after it reported earnings per share that came in far below analyst estimates on Thursday.
Asian markets were mixed Friday as investors parse a deluge of economic data and corporate earnings results.
The lengthy video shows the North Korean leader flying a plane, riding atop a submarine and giving speeches to very fervent applause.
Jim Cramer reviews the expectations of Amazon, Alphabet and Twitter to find the driving force behind the stocks.
ZTO'S lackluster NYSE debut reflects the level of fear and uncertainty hanging over markets, according to Ridgeworth Investments.
Alphabet reported quarterly earnings that topped analysts' estimates and revenue that beat expectations on Monday.
Huawei's co-CEO Ken Hu tells CNBC that 5G, AI and product feature improvements will transform smartphones over the next few years.
Alphabet is stepping up its investment in Google Cloud, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said on the company's quarterly earnings conference call.
There's a strange correlation occurring this year between crude and airline stocks.
Hedge fund billionaire Julian Robertson revealed some of his favorite investment ideas, including Microsoft and Air Canada.
Jim Cramer gave his take on Twitter after earnings, and focused on what the company has to fix in order to attract potential suitors.
Early voting numbers are rolling in, and the Clinton and Trump campaigns are claiming their early voting victories.
The "Fast Money" traders debated a slew of quarterly results from major technology companies including Amazon, Alphabet and Twitter.
"This week happens to be a huge week in the history of the Mac, and the history of Apple," Cook said.