Despite a bounce on Friday, traders say gold and other metals will continue their plunge.
Traders emerging from one of the most turbulent weeks in history will likely need to brace for more volatility as the Street gears up for jobs data.
The Shenzhen Composite closed down by over 3 percent on Monday, while Dow futures tanked more than 200 points.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer reveals the high-growth stock he’s got his eye on.
How would markets react to a September hike? Gina Sanchez of Chantico Global and Nili Gilbert of Matarin Capital Management discuss with Amanda Drury.
First it was Apple, now the S&P 500 has followed, forming a death cross pattern on a daily basis for the first time in four years.
Veteran fund manager Mark Mobius says the U.S. economic recovery isn't durable enough to warrant a rate risk in September.
The Kremlin has released pictures of Russian President Vladimir Putin working out at the gym with Prime Minister Dmitrty Medvedev.
Italian energy group Eni said it had discovered potentially one of the world's largest natural-gas fields off the Egyptian coast.
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Asia stocks ended mostly lower on Monday, with Shanghai significantly paring losses amid reports that Beijing will halt its market intervention.
Markus Persson has a personal net worth of about $1.3 billion according to Forbes. And he doesn’t seem to like it one bit.
Oil prices fell in Asia on Monday as traders took profits, snapping gains last week that saw the biggest two-day rally in six years.
Approximately 2,500 refugees and migrants are believed to have died or gone missing trying to reach Europe this year alone.
CNBC Pro highlights the top performing stocks this week and analyzes whether the good times will continue for these companies.
Is Thursday’s bounce the sign of a bottom for oil? Larry McDonald of Societe Generale and Erin Gibbs of S&P Capital IQ discuss with Amanda Drury.
Malaysia's civil disobedience campaign has piled pressure on a scandal-ridden prime minister but is a departure on the cards? Unlikely, analysts say.
Economic theory can help make sense of the massive slide in stocks we've just suffered.
China has abandoned attempts to boost the stock market through large-scale share purchases, the Financial Times reports.