Crude prices broke out of rangebound trading as an equity market rally offset a surprise increase in U.S. oil inventories.
"Sometimes the volatility is what really sticks around with us, and that could probably last anywhere from three to four months," Brian Jacobsen of Wells Fargo said.
Wall Street may be torn about when the Fed will raise benchmark interest rates, but bond traders appear to be bracing for an imminent rate hike.
Based on his research of historical stock market valuations, Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller tells CNBC it's a "risky time."
"At the end of the day, Netflix has a sustainable competitive advantage that can be defined in two things," Cantor Fitzgerald's Youssef Squali says.
An NLRB ruling that broadens the definition of "employer" has big implications for franchise operations.
Not all hedge funds are getting crushed in the recent downturn, some are even prospering, the New York Times reports.
New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady defeated the National Football League. A judge nullified the league's four-game suspension.
The increased urbanization of student housing is translating into big money for some developers and REITs.
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Cablevision rallied 5 percent this week as investors speculate the company may be an acquisition target.
Disney is turning its launch of new "Star Wars" merchandise—3½ months before "The Force Awakens"—into a new kind of retail holiday.
After years of shrinking, the market for personal computers seems to be strengthening.
Total economic losses from drought in the United States are likely to reach at least $3 billion.
Energy stocks up in midday trading with Suncor up 3%, GE up 1% and Exxon up 1.5%.
After a lengthy delay, consumers can now get their hands on Samsung's next generation of SmartThings. Here's how it can impact your life.
Homebuilders in Charlotte, North Carolina, are struggling to keep up as more buyers are choosing the amenities that new construction offers.
A study that shows immigrant households more often claim welfare could back Trump's views, Financial Times reports.
With the Dow down 11 percent from an all-time high, many of its members are starting to look mighty cheap.
"This is a level at which American exporters are saying 'Are you kidding me?'" Jim Cramer says about the euro.