U.S. economic growth would be much stronger had the Fed stopped raising rates sooner, President Donald Trump said in an interview that aired Friday. » Read More
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The three-month bond yield eclipsed the 10-year note Friday morning, a traditionally strong sign that a downturn is looming. » Read More
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A production halt of Boeing's 737 Max jets could be felt well beyond the aerospace giant's quarterly profits, according to J.P. Morgan. » Read More
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The average rate on the popular 30-year fixed rate mortgage, which had been sitting for days at 4.40 percent, fell sharply to 4.34 percent. » Read More
A new proposal to restrict corporate buybacks is treating the symptom instead of the cause — and could result in companies shutting down in the U.S., says economist Diane Swonk.
ARK Investment Management is launching an ETF to give investors exposure to financial technology.
Boeing shares are soaring to begin 2019, rising to an all-time high a few days after the company reported booming fourth-quarter results.
Apparel retailer Charlotte Russe filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Sunday, saying it plans to close nearly 100 stores. Here's where they are.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves midday Monday.
Younger professional investors aren't used to wild stock-market swings in their lifetime. But that may change this year.
The company saw $19 billion in payments volume through its peer-to-peer lending app Venmo in the fourth quarter.
The "Options Action" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Over more than three decades and four Fed chiefs, there have been a half-dozen sharp market downturns that forced central bankers to pause tightening programs or even to ease policy.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Although the form of the British exit from the EU is often presented as a reductionist binary choice, London has in effect restated the fundamental question of what is a European project, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
J.P. Morgan Private Bank's head of investment strategy for Asia says "we're probably going to see more incrementalism" out of Beijing.
In a recent interview with CNBC, the head of the American Society of Civil Engineers said that Elon Musk's ambitious idea to drill a tunnel below Los Angeles is no pipe dream, but it needs big money to happen.
What the data and the realities in communities are showing us now is that we're on the verge of poverty becoming a permanent inescapable reality.
Howard Schultz, the former Starbucks CEO, threw his hat into the ring of 2020 presidential contenders with a call to confront the nation's debt problems. But former Obama administration official Jason Furman told CNBC the billionaire's got it wrong.
While Fed Chairman Jerome Powell made it clear that policymakers are in pause mode for the time being, there's no telling how long that could last.
"Not surprisingly, it's the biggest day of the year for us," DraftKings CEO Jason Robins says.
In a preview of Tuesday's speech, a White House official said Trump would adopt a "unifying, bipartisan, and optimistic tone." The official declined to say whether the president would declare a national emergency to build a border wall.
EMTs and paramedics are in demand around the country, with some 37,400 jobs set to be added through 2026, a 15 percent increase.
General Electric shares soared to their best day in a decade following the Thursday's fourth-quarter earnings report but J.P. Morgan analyst Stephen Tusa remained unconvinced by GE's results.