Trading the Australian dollar was a classic play for those who didn't have direct access to China, and a sure-fire winner on the short side.
It's been exactly one year since OPEC announced it was not cutting production. So far, they have stuck to their word.
Everyone knows December is one of the strongest months for stocks, but sector performance varies during the holiday season.
Of the 10 Cyber Monday promotions since 2005, the major department stores have all traded down at least 9 of the 10 sessions.
Denver joins the ranks of airports that can either send travelers to their destinations, or put them up for the night in style.
The firms' strategists forecast the year to end right about where it began, with the S&P 500 stuck at 2,100.
Corporate insiders have been dumping shares at the highest pace in 4½ years, according to market data firm TrimTabs.
According to the September reading, worker wages actually rose 3 percent on an annualized basis, according to the Atlanta Fed.
Believe it or not, these big Chinese companies like Alibaba, the biggest e-commerce retailer by far, have not been represented in global indices.
Square was a canary in the coal mine for "unicorns" like Snapchat, Dropbox, and Pinterest.
Betting on the Fed finally getting around to normalizing policy and raising interest rates hasn't been a particularly effectively strategy.
At a time when solid returns of any sort are hard to come by, it's not surprising to see market participants reaching for risk.
The company raised $243 million, 25 percent less than what they had aimed for.
The euro-dollar developed an end-of-downtrend pattern starting in March 2015, but it didn't pan out.
While Wall Street talks up the near certainty of a December interest rate hike, the Federal Reserve has left itself some wiggle room for delay.
As many market participants focused on the increased chances for an interest rate hike, hedge fund managers were loading up on government debt.
A wobbly third-quarter stock market didn't stop companies from shelling out cash to shareholders, with U.S. investors getting the bulk of the benefits.
I've been asked why the markets were so quiet in light of the attack. There are several likely reasons the market did not go into panic mode.
Manufacturing and corporate profits are both in recession mode, even though the rest of the U.S. economy continues to limp along.
The initial market reaction to terrorist assaults on Paris has been muted, but traders are watching French tourism-related stocks.