The Federal Reserve on Friday outlined a plan to limit Wall Street bets on the energy sector.
Twitter shares spiked more than 21 percent Friday after sources said the social media company may be moving closer to selling itself.
Shares of Bats Global Markets climbed in extended-hours trade after a Bloomberg report, citing sources, said CBOE Holdings was in talks to buy Bats.
Imperva gained 21 percent on Friday after a report said it has drawn acquisition interest from several companies.
Investors should start brushing up on astrophysics to understand why the world's economy may be approaching a cosmic conclusion, says Stephen Scott.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Not all buybacks have the same relative impact on actual returns to shareholders, based on CNBC's analysis of data from S&P Dow Jones Indices.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell, including TWTR, GLUU, BATS and more.
A look at September manufacturing activity Friday should be important for markets trying to figure out if August’s weakness was the start of a trend.
Tokyo has lost its grip on the yen, and a Fed hike may be the only solution for stopping the yen strength that's weighing on growth.
The company's lead Alzheimer's candidate is similar to the product that disappointed in a competitor's clinical trials.
The first presidential debate Monday may be a near-term catalyst for stocks, if one candidate or other looks set to break out.
Shares of Caesars Entertainment surged after a report the company had reached a preliminary deal with its creditors on a new bankruptcy structure.
Investors cheered no rate hike from the Fed, but there's more than meets the eye to today's rally.
The funds' performance has been improving lately during what has been on otherwise awful year.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf is going to have to leave his gig, it's just a matter of when.
RBC Capital Markets upgraded the stock from "outperform" to "top pick" and reiterated its $41 price target.
The national debt would surge under a Donald Trump presidency, though not as much as originally thought, according to a new analysis.
History shows a stock market like today's can not only withstand a Fed rate hike but even advance, Wells Capital Management's Jim Paulsen tells CNBC.
The Wells Fargo scandal is certainly not the most egregious example of corporate misconduct we have seen in recent years, says Prof. Priyank Gandhi
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