Clinton leads Trump by 46 percent to 37 percent among registered voters in a two-way race in new CNBC All-America Survey.
A strategy of making cheap bets on sliding stocks has already returned 30 percent this quarter, according to Goldman’s options research team.
Alphabet shares have been steadily on the rise, as confidence builds among investors that Google can keep dominating mobile ads.
Durable goods orders unexpectedly fell, which could temper expectations for an acceleration in business spending in the fourth quarter.
Embattled bank announces third-quarter net income hit 278 million euros, which compares favorably to a 6 billion euro loss this time last year.
Last week, equity mutual funds saw outflows of $16.3 billion, the greatest outflow since August 2011, according to the Investment Company Institute.
Online sales are expected to grow at a slower clip this holiday, with mobile traffic seen exceeding visits from desktop computers.
Citi Research raises its rating on VMware to buy from neutral on its solid growth prospects.
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Advisors are often in the best position to report bad actors and instances of financial abuse among elderly clients.
The increasing polarization of news through social media allows liberals and conservatives to live in different versions of reality, Vox reports.
The social media giant posted third-quarter adjusted earnings of 13 cents per share on revenue of $616 million.
Wal-Mart wants to make its supercenters easier and more festive to shop this holiday season.
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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, having built a tech giant with very little profit, is showing what he can do with a little bit of margin.
Commodities offer portfolio diversification benefits, but investors must look at overall market factors to determine when to buy and sell.
The "Ken Burns effect" in Apple's iMovie is thanks, in part, to some cajoling on the part of Steve Jobs.
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Steve Jobs was "absolutely certain" that Ken Burns shouldn't be at PBS, Burns told CNBC's "Binge."