Investing guru Bill Gross thinks bonds have entered a bear market and is favoring corporate bonds of short duration across the globe.
We looked at what happened to the Dow Jones industrial average during significant one-month declines in bond prices in the last decade.
Mario Gabelli shares his market views in an interview with CNBC's Scott Wapner.
About 60 mutual fund executives met to discuss ways to stop clients from withdrawing money, The Wall Street Journal said.
Mario Gabelli shares his market views in an interview Friday on CNBC's "Squawk Box."
A new fund from a former Odey Asset Management investment manager will charge investors a 1 percent management fee and zero performance fees.
"Power Lunch" hosts Melissa Lee and Brian Sullivan look at 4 stocks with analyst recommendations, including Wells Fargo and CBS Corp.
Dick Weil, Janus Capital Group CEO, discusses the merger between Janus and the Henderson Group and gives his views on actively managed mutual funds.
European stocks were broadly flat Monday as markets eyed developments on the Deutsche Bank settlement and Britain's Brexit process.
Tesla, Janus Capital, Mylan and Wells Fargo are making headlines this Monday morning.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a lower open Monday as investors geared up for more economic news and digested new data from Tesla over the weekend.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The CEO of Henderson Global Investors says the bond guru has given his backing to the proposed merger.
Andrew Formica, CEO of Henderson Global Investors, explains more about the merger of asset managers and what was the catalyst for the deal.
Pimco accused Bill Gross of leaking confidential bonus data and exercising "bad faith" in pursuing a lawsuit over his sudden departure from the firm.
The candidate who does a better job on security and jobs should get elected to the White House, Janus Capital CEO Dick Weil says.
Dick Weil, Janus Capital Group CEO, discusses the latest market action and conditions.
A CNBC review of email search software found programs that monitor for conduct, which could be simply embarrassing or costly for a corporation.
Billionaire fund manager Bill Gross claims he has suffered damages in excess of $200 million from Pimco, his former employer.
The bond guru believes the growing global move toward negative-yielding government bonds will have serious consequences.