The first day of the week normally comes with the announcement of a merger or two, but these days a more appropriate moniker might be "Manic Monday."» Read More
There has been one clear winner in China's hack of federal employee personal data, and it's come from an unlikely place.
Stocks could correct this summer, but it won't be because the U.S. market is blindly following Germany.
The bond market may be in turmoil, but investors don't seem to care.
Here's why Sen. Elizabeth Warren's criticism of SEC chair Mary Jo White is just plain wrong, says Harvard Professor Hal S. Scott.
U.S. equity markets may not have much more room to run in 2015, David Kostin told CNBC.
Major averages are not near correction, but several interest-rate sensitive sectors are showing signs of weakness.
A new analysis from JPMorgan shows Big Data is taking over. Here's how to play it.
Some analysts say a 3 to 5 percent drop is on the near-term horizon due to increased worry about tightening, high valuations and complacency.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
General Electric on Tuesday confirmed a deal to sell its sponsor finance business to the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board for about $12 billion.
U.S. stocks were expected to open a little lower on Tuesday, with focus on data that could offer clues on the U.S. interest rate outlook.
JOLTs is closely watched by Janet Yellen, and it will be more interesting if it shows more progress in the labor market.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: H&R Block, Dave & Buster's, Pep Boys.
Former star financial analyst Meredith Whitney has finally resolved a legal battle, but her hedge fund appears to have little money left.
MSCI may add China to global indices
Five ETFs for playing MSCI's decision on whether or not Chinese A-shares become part of the $4 trillion MSCI Emerging Market Index.
Iceland is to introduce a 39 percent exit tax on assets from its failed banks, as part of moves to lift capital controls.
Contrarian stocks will lead the markets amid a rally in global cyclicals and recovery in household formation and oil prices, strategist Tom Lee said.
The Shenzhen fell 1.7 percent overnight, while the Shanghai Composite is up 2.2 percent.
Take a look at some of Monday's early movers: WMT, AAPL, DB, MCD, JPM & more