Analysts say the gold rally could get another push higher if it looks like the Fed will stay on hold due to soft U.S. data or international conditions, or both.
Shares of Fitbit rose more than 14 percent Wednesday after the company posted better-than-expected quarterly earnings and revenue.
Bond kind Bill Gross doesn't like bonds anymore, instead turning his attention to physical assets and government-guaranteed funds
Large-cap mutual fund managers put in a strong performance, with 58 percent beating their Russell 1000 index benchmark.
Shares of Twitter jumped more than 7 percent Wednesday after a rumor that two billionaire investors are looking to buy the social media platform.
Phillips 66 shares climbed more than 2 percent after Cowen and Company upgraded the energy company to "outperform" from "market perform."
Shares of AIG jumped 7 percent Wednesday after the company beat estimates for quarterly profit and added $3 billion to its stock buyback program.
Papa John's shares rose as much as 5 percent on Wednesday after the company increased its guidance for 2016 following a strong earnings beat.
Shares of Avis Budget popped more than 6 percent on Wednesday after the company reported second-quarter results the day before.
It's not just Olympians who will be going for the gold this month. Bill Gross is bullish on gold, and he's got plenty of company in 2016.
A few months ago, Wall Street was hopping on the Trump train. But now, the street's love affair with the reality TV star seems to be over, says Turney Duff.
Zoetis rose 3 percent on Wednesday after the global animal-health company beat the Street's expectations.
Two large exploration & production (E&P) companies have reported. Based on recent data, here's what oil companies are doing to cope with $40 crude.
Shares of shoemaker Crocs fell Wednesday after the company missed top and bottom line estimates for the second quarter, and lowered its guidance.
So where does he think people should invest? Well, that's also difficult.
Gordon Smith, the bank's CEO of consumer and community banking, says it is determined to hit targets it set two years ago.
Companies added 179,000 positions for the month, topping Wall Street estimates of 170,000.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A vibrant economy is in the best interests of the JPMorgan Chase CEO. His expectations, though, look a little misplaced.
Japan's failure to stimulate much with its latest stimulus serves as a reminder of how few tools global policymakers have left to drive growth.
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