A number of casino stocks amid positive news from the much-maligned Macau gambling scene.
CalSTRS has ventured into hedge funds, but is not paying the alternative investment class's notoriously high fees, Christopher Ailman says.
GNC shares jump after company says it's considering sale.
Shares of Baker Hughes and Halliburton rose as investors shrugged off news of the two firms' merger breaking down.
With tech talent in vogue on Wall Street, an MBA may not be the best way to get on board at a big bank any longer.
Bill Gates told CNBC that investment gains should be taxed at the same level as ordinary income — a bold call for one of the world's largest investors.
"If the government absolutely said interest rates are going to be zero for 50 years, the Dow would be at 100,000," Warren Buffett says.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Goldman Sachs, the banking gold standard for the world's elite, sees a future in less prosperous investors.
The Fed may need more powers to provide emergency funding to securities firms in order to deal with a liquidity crunch, New York Fed President said.
Warren Buffett says Wall Street's real source of wealth is not based on its strong investment acumen.
AIG sold a chunk of its stake in China's PICC for $1.25 billion, joining other big financial companies in stepping away from holdings on the mainland.
Stocks are entering the time of year when market gains are historically the lowest and volatility can be the highest.
While Presidential Runner Bernie Sanders has made clear he's not particularly keen on Wall Street, this banker supports his campaign.
Shares of Expedia rose more than 6 percent Friday after the company posted an unexpected profit in the first quarter.
Bob Landry of USAA Investment Solutions tells CNBC's Power Lunch why he's focusing on financials for the next few years.
Markets are complacent and at risk of mild correction
Gilead Sciences fell nearly 8 percent, dragging down the S&P 500’s health care sector.
Big banks got a first-quarter surprise: consumer deposits outpace banks' commercial and corporate client account growth.
This was key in LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner seeing a brighter future for the social media giant.
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