Auto debt recently eclipsed the $1 trillion mark but big banks are cranking out more and more auto loans.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves early Friday.
Friday's ruling that Herbalife isn't a Ponzi scheme adds another layer to an already brutal year for hedge fund titan Bill Ackman.
Wall Street's biggest financials may post better results than expected this earnings season, as banks like JPMorgan Chase attempt to ramp up loans sales.
Wells Fargo met earnings expectations, but missed slightly on revenue.
Closely followed market watcher Jim Paulsen calls the rally fundamentally based on stronger economic growth and expectations for better earnings.
Citigroup reports quarterly earnings and revenue that easily beat analysts' expectations.
Concerns over Germany’s Deutsche Bank’s share performance has started to rattle markets, with many comparing it with the ill-fated Lehman Brothers.
Retail sales data, consumer inflation data and big bank earnings could drive stocks Friday.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday.
Markets don't believe the Fed will really raise interest rates this year, but traders may be missing something.
Harsco Corporation shares soared over 10 percent on Thursday after the firm made a positive second quarter pre-announcement.
Fully 100 companies have defaulted on debt so far this year, 50 percent more than for the same period in 2015.
This is the first real day of earnings season, and at least today earnings are driving the markets, not the macro picture.
Volkswagen's stocks popped nearly 3 percent after a proposed recall plan was rejected by California regulators.
The hedge fund industry's storied 2-and-20 fee structure finally may be on its way out.
Line's debut on the NYSE has investors asking: which private tech companies will follow in the messaging app's footsteps?
JPMorgan's solid earnings beat could signal improved health for the beaten-down financials sector and send stocks further into record territory.
Shares of Yum Brand rose as much as 5 percent on Thursday morning after the company reported better than expected earnings on Wednesday.
U.S. states are spending at a level the nation has not seen in a long time. Yet while it sounds positive, it comes with a few caveats.
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