Bitcoin is behaving a lot like how the Nasdaq did around the dot-com bubble, but the timeline is unfolding 15 times faster, according to research published by Morgan Stanley on Monday. » Read More
By: Keris Lahiff
Markets expect a rate hike from the Federal Reserve when its policymaking committee meets this week. Anything beyond that could cause a market tantrum, says one market watcher. » Read More
By: Sara Salinas
The social media giant is coming off a rough weekend, shedding nearly 7 percent Monday after reports of a massive mishandling of data by conservative research firm Cambridge Analytica. » Read More
By: Tae Kim
Goldman analyst David Tamberrino reaffirms his sell rating for Tesla shares, predicting Model 3 deliveries will come in below expectations. » Read More
The "extraordinary" performance of growth stocks over the past year doesn't mean those names are slowing down anytime soon, according to Goldman Sachs.
On the heels of an appeals court rejection of the fiduciary rule, U.S. regulators will not enforce any provisions of the rule.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says the negative Facebook headlines make Wall Street "sick" of the tech stock.
Nomura Instinet predicts Apple will report iPhone unit sales below expectations this year.
Bitcoin prices had a wild weekend on reports that Twitter will follow Google and Facebook's lead in banning cryptocurrency ads.
Ten years after the start of the financial crisis, Americans have yet to embrace the U.S. stock market with the same fervor as before, holding fewer individual stocks and putting less money into equities overall.
Russell Investments’ Douglas Gordon sees uncertainty as the biggest headwind facing the market ahead of next week’s Fed meeting.
Newell Brands, in which activist investor Carl Icahn disclosed a 6.86 percent stake, said it would appoint Icahn's four nominees to its board immediately.
Could Fed Chair Jay Powell's optimism about the U.S. economy lead to more hikes than markets are prepared for?
Credit Suisse Chief Executive Officer Tidjane Thiam on Monday said that it was "hard to understand" why investors are suing the bank over a complex financial product.
Pivotal Research reaffirms its sell rating on Facebook shares, predicting more restrictions on consumer personal data use for advertising purposes.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
After a stunning free fall since its high-profile initial public offering last June, Blue Apron shares may be primed to catch a break.
Three members of the CNBC Financial Advisor Council chime in on the prospect of cryptocurrencies, and the blockchain technology they rely on, as investments.
Stocks have been moving sideways in the month since the market first burst off the lows of its first double-digit correction in two years.
Investors should prepare for some bigger swings from Micron when it reports earnings on Thursday, derivative strategist Stacey Gilbert says.
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