Stock traders have been watching out for Janet Yellen all week, but they were blindsided by Hillary Clinton.
Shares of Teva Pharmaceuticals fell as much as 6 percent after the U.S. Patent Office invalidated two of the company's patents.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell on Wednesday.
The next trough in oil prices could come just as OPEC members gather in Algeria next month – and that could make for an interesting, and more unpredictable outcome.
The yuan's moves have become far less worrisome for markets even though it may take a while for investors to become more confident in China.
Prolonged low rates and dwindling liquidity for loans on the secondary market could grind home sales to a halt again.
Earlier the iShares NASDAQ Biotechnology ETF (IBB) gained about 1 percent, but reversed its course after Clinton's tweet.
Intuit shares slipped more than 3 percent Wednesday after the company said it expects a weak first-quarter.
The three-month London Interbank Offered Rate — more commonly known as Libor — is around the highest level it's been since May 2009.
Shares of gold miners fell as gold dropped below its 50-day moving average, ahead of Yellen's highly anticipated Friday speech.
The 39 respondents to the CNBC Fed Survey now say by a 47-37 percent margin that the best outcome for the economy is if Clinton wins.
Wednesday is the anniversary of the Aug. 24 'flash crash,' in which the Dow fell 1,000 points in early trading. It's not the first time the markets have crashed.
Shares of Express sink after the company reported weaker-than-expected quarterly sales and earnings.
Big banks are being eyed by activist investors; it could mean more changes to strategy.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A Fed rate hike is looking more likely for September. And that's just one of the headwinds facing the stock market in the fall, says John Kilduff.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com sees the emerging markets continuing their rise, and he shows traders how to play EEM.
Sean Stewart is likely to go to jail after his father, who made $150,000 from trading on tips passed by his son, refused to testify in his defense.
Priscilla Hancock of JPMorgan Asset Management explains when she believes the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates.
Four of Europe and the U.S.'s biggest banks have joined forces to work on a digital-only cash system, which they hope to launch in two years' time.
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