Puerto Rico's governor unveiled an extraordinary fiscal measure in order to avoid defaulting on its debt.
Apple shares have lagged the market recently, and according to one trader the stock will continue to come under pressure heading into next year.
Oil stayed at the party longer than other commodities but its collapse means the "commodity supercycle" is over, says Dan Yergin.
Instead of falling off as OPEC hoped, oil production has increased from where it was last year, and the world is still swimming in crude.
U.S. oil producers proved remarkably resilient in the face of an OPEC policy aimed squarely at curtailing American output.
More pain in 2016 for oil? Crude's next move, with Stephen Schork, The Schork Report, CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now traders.
Matt Hougan, president of ETF.com, shares his views on the energy market and how to play it.
Goldman Sachs' David Kostin says next year fund managers should look for companies with potential for margin growth.
A report says infringed content, malware and fake traffic costs the US media and advertising industry $8.2 billion each year.
It's not even Thanksgiving, but a handful of retailers already have coal in their stockings in the eyes of customers.
Did shrinking oil revenues force Russia to sell a prized fighter jet to China?
The divergence between stocks and high-yield bonds has been increasing, leading to concern among some investors.
Historically, December has never been the worst month for stocks. Ari Wald of Oppenheimer and Erin Gibbs of S&P Investment Advisory discuss the stat with Brian Sullivan.
The Fed's Charles Evans said he favors a later interest rate hike and places more importance on the pace of increases.
Investors searching for treasure in the fourth quarter could find some hidden gems in Alphabet's new reporting structure.
You might want to check with your insurance agent before buying this season's dangerous holiday toys.
Jay Leno keeps his cars in perfect condition, so you can't blame the guy for being protective.
Car buyers in November cashed in on the powerful combination of low gas prices and cheap financing.
Schlumberger announced another round of job cuts, as low oil prices and a slowdown in drilling was expected to continue into next year.
A U.S. judge takes action against the Bank for China for contempt.