Stocks may continue to retest January's lows Friday, as traders await January retail sales and consumer sentiment.
The U.S. is not facing another financial crisis and the market's overreaction could be a value opportunity, hedge fund manager John Paulson says.
Has the deep dive in bank stocks finally made these names attractive enough to buy?
Markets in Asia dropped on Friday, with Japan's Nikkei tumbling, after a sell-off on Wall Street fueled by volatile oil and worries over bank earnings.
The turmoil hitting the markets and sharp plunge in banking stocks is sparking concern among the euro zone's finance ministers.
Jim Cramer shares his strategy to win against the impact of big European banks right now. You can be scared, or you can be smart.
A previously popular bet on Japan appears to be in big trouble. Nicholas Colas of Convergex and David Seaburg of Cowen discuss with Brian Sullivan.
CNBC's Bob Pisani explains the potential implications of negative yields in the U.S.
Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co, recently bought 500,000 shares of the company's stock, a source says.
Major powers agreed to a cessation of hostilities in Syria, but failed to secure a complete ceasefire or an end to Russian bombing.
Portugal's finance minister has warned that the volatility roiling financial markets is "a problem that policymakers need to take very seriously".
Russia is getting close to Cyprus once again, despite their relationship being sorely tested when the island's banking system collapsed in 2013.
Shinzo Abe has met with his top financial diplomat, as well as the BOJ governor, as key policymakers call for a G20-wide response to the market rout.
Oil prices jumped on hopes of a coordinated production cut sparked by comments from the energy minister of OPEC member United Arab Emirates.
Japan's negative rate policy should have weakened the yen, but instead it's spurred a rally as appetite to use the currency to fund other bets wanes.
Global markets are just plain scared about many things but perhaps the biggest fear is that the world's central banks are no longer able to rescue them.
Chris Kimble, founder and CEO of Kimble Charting Solutions, believes the market is going lower and gold is breaking out. Here's why...
Jack Rivkin of Altegris discusses the downfalls of sector-wide investing with Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
In the final moments, a standoff fed by big ideas about the role of government came down to the grievances and fears of one troubled young man, the NYT reports.
Two of the biggest players in the battle over Puerto Rico's massive $70 billion debt load came face to face on Thursday.