Russia's military intervention is to target terrorists and not prop up Syrian leader Bashar Al-Assad, Russian President tells CNBC.
Emerging markets aren't just suffering through another market rout -- it's a third wave of the global financial crisis, Goldman Sachs said.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Global oil demand growth is expected to slow in 2016, according to the International Energy Agency, but no one seems to have told OPEC.
Gold has gained more than 5 percent in one month, but one strategist says the commodity’s rally won't last.
Wall Street analysts offer their best stock ideas that will benefit from the release of Disney's "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."
S&P 500 revenue is expected to drop for the third quarter in a row. Rich Ross of Evercore ISI and Boris Schlossberg of BK Asset Management discuss with Brian Sullivan.
The world's two biggest beer brewers edged one step closer to a takeover deal with an announcement that they have agreed to a "pact in principle."
Johnson & Johnson delivered earnings that topped expectations on Tuesday, but the strong dollar hurt revenue.
At the first Democratic presidential debate Tuesday night, Bernie Sanders will be a changed candidate from when he started his insurgent run. NBC reports.
As part of a redesign unveiled next March, the print edition of Playboy will no longer feature fully nude women, the NYT reports.
Jim Cramer thinks the market is setting up to give investors an opportunity to buy these winners.
Bankrate has found that more than 3 in 5 Americans are limiting their spending each month.
Here is the huge issue affecting the middle class that the Democratic candidates must address during the Las Vegas debate, says JoEllen Chernow.
A successful retirement doesn't depend just on money, but also on other important factors.
Apple’s stock is on track for its worst year since 2008. What’s next for the tech giant? Stacey Gilbert of Susquehanna and Max Wolff of Manhattan venture Partners discuss with Dominic Chu.
Goldman Sachs told clients that the S&P 500 will not go higher the rest of the year, but there are still stocks that can outperform the market.
The global economy faces a period of contraction and declining trade next year, according to Citigroup's Chief Economist Willem Buiter.
An increasing number of analysts analysts are arguing that the central banks need to stop focusing on inflation as a reason to keep cutting rates.
China's trade slump extended into September, with U.S. dollar-denominated exports slipping 3.7 percent and imports plunging 20.4 percent.