Apple shares pierced through their 200-day moving average Monday, setting up a big battle between bulls and bears this week.
Apple shares moved into correction territory, but BTIG analyst Walter Piecyk says it can shake off the dip.
Energy stocks have seen months of declines, but they're still trading at a remarkably rich valuation.
The market may be as much as 25 percent overvalued, BMO Private Bank's Jack Ablin says. Here's why he's staying in, for now.
Oil fell to its lowest in six months, knocked by fresh evidence of growing oversupply and data highlighting slowing demand in China.
Wall Street is delusional over China and missing the real message in plunging commodities, says Michael Pento.
After dipping for two quarters, Xiaomi reclaimed its spot as the top smartphone maker in China during the second quarter, beating Apple and Huawei.
Remodeling to stay in your home as you age may be easier (and cheaper) than you think. Which projects are popular, and how much they cost.
The so-called market fear gauge could be indicating more gains for stocks.
Twitter shares hit an intraday low on Monday amid lingering concerns about long-term user growth and profitability.
The last remaining bottle of a vintage cognac made during the Battle of Trafalgar has gone on sale for £148,320.
While recent data on the consumer have been less than encouraging, the market is sending a different signal, strategist Tom Lee says.
For health insurers, government health programs have become an increasingly important part of their business.
Oppenheimer's Ari Wald says the combination of narrowing breadth and seasonal weakness could set up for a stock market pullback.
What's the state of the restaurant industry? It depends where you look.
Looking at other global blockbusters and bullish developments since those movie releases, Stifel analyst Mogil raised his price target on Disney.
Utilities are trading at a 2-month high. Rich Ross, Evercore ISI, and Gina Sanchez, Chantico Global, discusses investor sentiment.
Trophy hunting brings in serious revenue, but after Cecil the lion was killed a change in policy could cost Zimbabwe.
Car collectors will not be descending on Cuba to buy up the thousands of antique American cars still on the road in the Caribbean nation.
When Dan Price said he would set a minimum salary of $70K for his 120 employees, he didn’t foresee the turmoil it would cause, NYT reports.