Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Fitbit, Spirit Airlines, Sonic & more.
The sell-off hurt the bank stocks, so is it time to buy in? One analyst shares his forecast for rates and banks.
The new trading year had a rough opening, no question, but if you are thinking of big portfolio changes, read this first.
Those eyeing oil export disruptions amid Saudi-Iran tensions may be disappointed: prices are likely to stay weak in the near term.
If you took losses on some investments last year, you probably cut your tax bill. Now it's time to set up for 2016.
The underlying technology behind the cryptocurrency is exciting the world’s major banks.
CNBC pays tribute to the business, sports, entertainment and political icons we'll miss heading into 2016.
Experts debate whether breaking even at the end of 2015 is a good sign for the upcoming year.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a higher open on Tuesday after equities seesawed Monday, pushed down by weaker oil prices.
Morgan Stanley chief U.S. equity strategist Adam Parker recommends the sectors to buy and avoid for 2016.
JPMorgan Chase plans to raise deposit rates for some large clients next month, although by how much is not yet clear.
Traditional retailers and e-tailers alike face challenges to dominate in 2016.
Paul Meeks, director of institutional investing at Saturna Capital, joins CNBC Pro for an exclusive interview on Tuesday, Jan. 5.
2015 has been a record year for mergers and acquisitions (M&A). CNBC looks back at the 10 biggest deals of the year and who advised on them.
Seven of the biggest investment banks operating in London paid little or no tax in Britain last year.
Dubravko Lakos-Bujas shares J.P. Morgan's 2016 market outlook.
JPMorgan and Bank of America Merrill Lynch released negative notes on the fast-casual chain.
U.S. stocks closed higher, recovering slightly from a sharp sell-off last week, as investors eyed oil prices in the shortened holiday week.
Women may be badly outnumbered in the top ranks of corporate America, but at least they aren't underpaid.