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Relations between Russia and Turkey hit a new low Monday after Putin accused Turkey of protecting Islamic State's oil trade.
Indonesian investigators said crew action and a faulty component caused the AirAsia jet crash in the Java Sea last year, killing 162 passengers.
Softish ISM data and super strong auto sales Tuesday could paint a mixed picture of U.S. manufacturing, which continues to suffer.
Jim Cramer thinks that Amazon's gain, is everyone else's pain. Except for these stocks!
Deutsche Bank's research team is out with its strategy for the months ahead, highlighting its favorite picks right now.
Is the high-yield bond market sending a warning for stocks? Ari Wald of Oppenheimer and Erin Gibbs of S&P Investment Advisory discuss with Brian Sullivan.
The U.S. Mint's sales of American Eagle coins surged in November, with gold nearly tripling month-over-month and silver already reaching a new record.
Gold just had its worst month in more than two years, and this week’s events could lead to more trouble, traders say.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has endured a rough year, but traders see upside in some of the billionaire's holdings.
Two companies are taking matters into their own hands to help make an alternative to a pricey drug more available to the public.
Will Danoff is tapping the brakes on funding unicorns, saying the prospects for fast growing private businesses before they go public may be fading.
The U.S. and China have led calls for the climate summit in Paris to mark a decisive turn in the fight against global warming.
Brazil stocks have been in a downward spiral this year, falling 34 percent. But one trader sees a sweet spot in the beaten market.
Mark Newton, chief technical analyst at Greywolf Execution Partners, shares his top investment idea for the months ahead.
Moody's credit agency has predicted that Puerto Rico will default on at least a portion of its scheduled debt on Dec. 1.
Re/code is unpacking one Alphabet company a week, presenting the facts, figures and, just maybe, the financials.
Jan Hatzius, Goldman Sachs's top economist, expects the Federal Reserve to go gradual on rates, and for modest U.S. growth to prevail.
Why not leave your 401(k) with your former employer? Here are two reasons.
The pace of contraction in China's manufacturing sector slowed in November and the services industry grew, signs that the economy's transition is on track.