September is usually an ugly month for stocks. But a few stocks have lived through the dreaded month, USAToday reports.
Stocks kicked off September with a thud as investors digested a round of disappointing economic reports.
As a China economic slowdown finally gets confirmed by hard data, there are some U.S. stocks you simply don't want in your portfolio.
The pace of growth in the U.S. manufacturing sector slowed in August to its weakest in over two years, according to a report released on Tuesday.
Discussing the current market environment, with Art Cashin, UBS director of floor operations.
Today's selloff is completely normal so panicking would be premature, says Ron Insana.
The rise in US auto sales is sparking the emergence of the so-called "McDealership," and possibly creating a new leg for economic growth.
OPEC's latest move to explore cutting production could be a serious signal in the oil market, says RBC's chief commodity strategist.
Oil prices fell sharply on Tuesday official data showed China's manufacturing sector contracted at its fastest pace in three years.
The commentary in the OPEC Bulletin said downward pressure on prices due to higher production "remains a cause for concern."
The markets are shaken by the collision of these two dynamics, Fidelity Investment's Jurrien Timmer says.
Electricity generated by US wind farms are falling and the drop could intensify as the El Niño weather phenomenon holds back wind speeds, FT reports.
"There's probably ... 10 guys in a room in their pajamas," CNBC's Jim Cramer says in his latest knock on the importance of premarket prices.
Weak activity in China's factory sector increased investors' fears that the world's second-largest economy may be lurching toward a hard landing.
Has China's disappointing data changed your view of the market? Tell us.
Little-used SEC Rule 48 is suddenly a buzz word as the stock market correction has led to wild trading—and the need to control it.
The New York Stock Exchange invoked the largely unknown Rule 48 four times in the past week. Here's what the market usually does in response.
Stocks have performed poorly recently, but performing just as poorly at picking could have turned $10K into $800, USA Today reports.
Warren Buffett and Carl Icahn acquired significant new positions in energy and commodity names. Is this a signal of a bottom for the sectors?
Dow stocks dip in continue to dip with JPM down 3%, Apple down 2% and Visa down 3%.