Janet Yellen returns to Capitol Hill for a second day of testimony, and the bond market is likely to once more fight her every word.
China's banks face a credit crisis with potential losses 400 percent larger than U.S. banks' losses during the subprime crisis, Kyle Bass said.
Asian markets traded mostly down on Thursday as investors digested remarks from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and oil remained volatile.
The US and India have held talks about conducting joint naval patrols that a US defense official said could include the disputed South China Sea.
French bank Societe Generale reports worse-than-expected fourth-quarter net profit.
Central banks helped prop up demand for bullion, but Russian retail customers fled, the World Gold Council's 2015 trends report revealed.
New Hampshire's presidential primary victors, Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, are the two candidates right now most likely to spook Wall Street.
South Korea has halted activity at a factory park were local companies employed about 55,000 North Koreans.
Winds that hinted at partially reversing the oil price rout appear to be dying down. A number of experts now see 2016 as another waiting game.
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The electric automaker reported a fourth-quarter loss of 87 cents per share, but its shares got a boost from delivery guidance.
Deutsche Bank plans to write down the value of Postbank by about a third, ahead of a planned sale of the retail unit, sources said.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie also plans to suspend his presidential campaign, according to multiple Wednesday reports.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has denounced comments made by key investor Marc Andreessen that appeared to support the colonization of India.
European banks' exposure to energy credits could stretch further into the future than their American counterparts.
Investors in Asia appear to have stronger nerves than their global counterparts, with indications they're adding to their emerging markets holdings.
Shares in the retailer and cloud computing heavyweight popped in after-hours trading on the news.
Twitter said its adjusted monthly active users were 305 million for the fourth quarter, down from 307 million in the previous quarter.
With European banks under pressure, recession isn't out of the question — but the current panic is overdone, one expert told CNBC.
Whole Foods shares climbed after earnings, and some "Fast Money" traders believe the grocer's stock could continue to rise.