Weekly patterns on US oil trading show how the market has assessed fundamentals.
A sharp sell-off in the Shanghai composite before the Chinese New Year provides a clean slate for a rebound after the holiday.
There are concerns that some VIX products could be banned or greatly curtailed by regulators.
Signs were in place for a sharp correction in the Dow Jones index, according to technical analyst Daryl Guppy.
The TSA found close to 4,000 firearms tucked away in carry-on bags last year, the highest number since it began keeping track in 2005.
Earnings will keep growing in 2019 — but likely not at the pace we will see this year.
The Australian dollar could see gains to as high as $0.84 as a weak greenback supports a potential trading pattern, Daryl Guppy writes.
Stocks took a breather from the record rally today, but earnings and Fed policy are still top of mind for investors.
Despite all the hype, volumes and open interest have been fairly small in Cboe and CME bitcoin contracts.
Airlines around the world are restricting passengers from checking or carrying "smart luggage" with non-removable lithium batteries.
Earnings for the S&P 500 are expected to grow 11.8 percent in the fourth quarter, according to Thomson Reuters.
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett tells CNBC the recent craze over bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies won't end well.
"I'm in remarkably good health," the 87-year-old Buffett says shortly after announcing the appointment of two new vice chairs.
A continued weak showing by the dollar is on the charts unless a rebound from around 91 is successful.
Along with prohibited items you should never fly with, remember to leave other things like inert grenades and throwing stars at home.
With the markets making quick work of Dow 25,000, is there room for higher prices?
Many are still amazed that the market keeps advancing, but it's not incomprehensible.
The Dow could head into bubble territory if the divergence between the current high and the underlying trend gets too wide.
Absent massive volatility, investors will continue to pour money into the lowest-cost index ETFs as the major players continue their price war.
2017 was a year of surprises, but for 2018, not surprisingly, things are expected to be more, well, normal.
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