Fed policymakers should not hold off until inflation rises to their 2 percent target to increase interest rates, former Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher tells CNBC.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch recommended which Internet stocks will report better-than-expected Q3 results in a note to clients on Tuesday.
Crude prices jumped Tuesday after the United States cut output forecasts and big producers signaled joint action to support the market.
CNBC explains why there is a large gap between the number of households and amount of flood insurance policies in high-risk areas.
The major restaurant companies are expected to report generally higher third-quarter earnings, although there could be some disappointments.
Goldman Sachs' David Kostin said he's not changing his freshly revised target for the S&P 500, despite a recent market rally.
The reasonably healthy U.S. economy is doing little to assuage investor concerns about the stock market, Starwood Capital chief Barry Sternlichtsays.
The retail giant's "AWS re:Invent," which kicks off on Wednesday, may be the cloud computing industry's most important annual event.
The Fed held off on a rate hike in September, says trader Brian Kelly. Now a bigger battle is about to take place.
The software giant is slated Tuesday to unveil a slew of new products centered on the recent rollout of Windows 10.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned that downside risks to the global economy appear "more pronounced."
Tech IPOs were at their slowest since 2009, but investors will be watching this offering for a number of reasons.
McDonald's all-day breakfast is finally here...but it might not be what it seems.
Sales of homes priced at $1 million or more were up 21 percent in the 12 months ended in July, according to a report.
Market sentiment is suggesting a big relief rally in the fourth quarter, says one technician.
Lottery officials are set to introduce the winner of last week's $310.5 million Powerball game at a news conference on Tuesday.
Interplanetary travel will precede interest rates normalization, Deutsche Bank's David Bianco writes. Is he right?
Europe's top court ruled in favor of a student who claims a trans-Atlantic data protection agreement doesn't adequately protect consumers.
Shares of this beaten industrial are already up 20 percent from last week's 52-week low, but one trader is betting on a bigger rally in the next month.