The OPEC deal to cut oil production may provide a short-term price support, but it won't change the supply outlook much, Goldman Sachs said.
Oil prices were flat in Asian trade after a surprise OPEC deal to limit output, as skepticism mounted over enforcement of the deal.
Republican candidate Trump's company conducted business in Cuba in the late 1990s, violating the trade embargo, Newsweek will report on Friday.
One in four housing markets is now less affordable than its long-term historical norm, according to new data.
The overnight rally in oil prices amid reports that oil producers finally agreed to a reduction in production levels sent Asia markets higher.
A reported agreement by OPEC to work toward a production cut could put a floor under oil and points to the strain low crude prices have had on producers.
Esther George wants to make sure that the Fed raises rates slowly now so it does not have to raise them quickly later.
Concessions offered by Saudi Arabia to lock down a deal to limit oil supply show Riyadh is getting pinched by its own policy, John Kilduff said.
Oil prices rose as much as 6 percent on Wednesday on a report OPEC members have reached a deal to limit crude supply.
About 100 oil and gas companies have filed for bankruptcy since the start of the oil price rout, and as many more could file before the cycle ends.
Samsung said it was working with a U.S. consumer product safety regulator to address safety issues related to some of its washing machines.
Jim Cramer dug into the problems surrounding Deutsche Bank and what it could mean for investors.
In a new NBC/Monkey Survey poll, 52 percent of likely voters declared Hillary Clinton Clinton the winner, while 21 percent said Trump won.
A 14-year-old South Carolina boy shot and killed his father then drove to a school playground where he wounded students and a teacher.
Morgan Stanley on Wednesday released a list of its favorite software stocks, citing three investment themes that could pay off in the months ahead.
Despite reports that Amazon is laying the groundwork for its own shipping business, one analyst doesn't think it's going in that direction.
China said it opposed any country using its own laws for "long-arm jurisdiction," after the U.S. sanctioned a Chinese company.
There is some pent-up anger and it's coming to roost on Wells Fargo, former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair said.
John Stumpf will give up of about $41 million in unvested equity, sources told CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin, and internal acrimony had a lot to do with it.