The NYSE will play host to what might be the most unusual IPO of the year: Innovative Industrial Properties.
Internet, health & personal care, home improvement, auto sales, and restaurant & bars all continued to see strong sales.
If the markets breaks this key technical level, the stock market rally could be toast.
We've stopped going up because we have reached the limits of the ability to move the markets on the powerful but vague ideas.
Richard Bernstein of Richard Bernstein Advisors gives his take on Trump's potential impact on the Fed and the bond market with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.
Richard Bernstein, CEO of Richard Bernstein Advisors, talks to CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis about the economy's inflation expectations and what they mean for the bond market.
Trading is back, another big beneficiary of a Trump win: many brokerage firms, stock exchanges and asset managers are up double-digits this week.
The FANG stocks - Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google – could soon see a lot more pain, according to NorthmanTrader Sven Henrich.
The NorthmanTrader’s Sven Henrich highlights a trend line stocks cannot afford to break.
Traders are repositioning to prepare for less regulation and higher rates.
A London-based trader on Wednesday became the second person convicted of criminally spoofing U.S. futures markets, after he pleaded guilty to federal charges.
Traders were not expecting was a flat opening.
Futures have been very tumultuous in the wake of the election results, but this isn't an unusual pattern for the day after recent elections.
Strategists at the firm tell investors to wait for more clarity on Trump's cabinet and policy priorities.
Scott Wren of Wells Fargo Investment Institute says earnings and Fed action will drive stocks higher regardless of who becomes the 45th president.
One top strategist's take on how to play the Peso on election day.
Don’t panic. Stocks are going up no matter who wins: Wells Fargo
Wall Street is weighing whether markets will keep climbing if Hillary Clinton is elected president.
Here's why Helima Croft and Dennis Gartman do not see eye-to-eye on oil's next stop.
Generally positive economic news and better-than-expected earnings reports would typically lead to a higher stock market, but it's not.
Gold prices were steady in Asian trade on Friday, poised for their first weekly gain in four.
Oil markets were stable as the Forties pipeline outage in the North Sea and OPEC-led production cuts supported prices.
The flexibility in the U.S. shale oil patch makes it hard for forecasters to project American oil supply, the IEA said.