Ronald Wan of Partners Financial Holdings says the sentiment in Chinese markets has become more optimistic than before because investors can see that the authorities are tackling problems in the economy from "360 degree(s)."
There are short-term ups and downs in the technology sector, but 5G networks and artificial intelligence are "unstoppable trends," and investors should position themselves based on these "longer-term certainties," says Ken Peng of Citi Private Bank.
Google will expand into Nevada, Ohio, Texas and Nebraska for the first time, adding new data centers in those states and offices elsewhere.
Brexit fears are keeping international investors on edge.
The lowest interest rates in nearly a year were apparently not enough incentive to juice mortgage demand.
Jim Cramer sits down with Ventas Chairman and CEO Deb Cafaro, who details her company's plan to drive growth through innovation and external growth.
Jim Cramer breaks down the real reasons behind the market's latest moves.
CNBC's Hugh Son and Nima Ghamsari of Blend joins 'The Exchange' to discuss how Blend is an example for the future of home equity loans.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on a new housing trend known as "aging in place."
New York City Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer also says he is against Amazon's plans for HQ2 in Queens because of the company's stances on immigration control.
With more seniors choosing not to sell their family home, an estimated 1.6 million fewer properties are now available.
Richard Murray of JB Hi-Fi discusses the company's earnings report and performance amid the decline in Australia's house prices. He also says he is focused on "managing risk" because he runs a low-margin business.
Nick Twidale of Rakuten Securities Australia says China's slowing economy is the "dominant factor" that could drive Australia's interest rate policy, but declining house prices locally is "not far behind."
CNBC's Robert Frank takes us inside the $25 million Florida home of billionaire John Henry, owner of the Boston Globe and the Boston Red Sox. And it's up for sale.
Sears Chairman Eddie Lampert's $5.2 billion deal to buy the retailer is expected to save 425 stores and roughly 45,000 jobs.
The share of Americans who say it is a good time to buy a home increased 4 percentage points to 15 percent in January compared with December, according to a monthly survey from Fannie Mae.
CNBC's Robert Frank talks with Citadel's Ken Griffin’s brokers, Tal Alexander and Oren Alexander, about a Miami estate that sold for $50 million. It is the most expensive single-family home ever sold in the Miami area, according to people familiar with the deal.
Whether you own a home or you're shelling out for higher-education costs, Congress has yet to approve these breaks known as tax extenders.
Active adult communities website 55places.com has compiled the most affordable places to retire in the U.S. , and four of the top five spots can be found in Florida.
An estate on Indian Creek Island sells for $50 million, making it the most expensive single-family home ever sold in the Miami area, according to people familiar with the deal.