Global stock markets have seen a volatile October, amid a multitude of factors ranging from poorer than expected earnings, concerns over rising interest rates and political uncertainty in Europe.
Netflix shares soared as much as 15 percent last Tuesday after it announced better-than-expected earnings for the third quarter.
Markets across the globe saw a massive sell-off last week, with the major indexes on Wall Street seeing their worst weekly declines since March.
The yield on the benchmark U.S. 10-year Treasury note jumped to a 7-year high on Friday after jobs data showed unemployment stateside was at its lowest levels since 1969.
Concerns around global trade, a higher interest rate environment and political turmoil rattled markets across the globe in the third quarter of 2018.
Comcast outbid its rival Twenty-First Century Fox by $3.6 billion over the weekend in a long-running battle between the two companies for British broadcaster Sky.
The outlook for equity markets remains uncertain as the U.S.-China trade war continues to weigh on investor sentiment with no clear end in sight.
As the 10-year anniversary of the collapse of Lehman Brothers approaches, some are questioning whether the world has recovered since the 2008 financial crisis.
Last week, U.S. President Donald Trump took aim at technology giants Facebook, Google and Twitter for "treading on very, very troubled territory."
The current bull run became the longest ever last week and the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite ended the previous trading week at record highs.
Sustainable investing has come under the spotlight in recent years as millennials and more look to making an impact with their money.
Health care is among the leading sectors on the S&P 500 so far this year.
U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude oil recorded its worst monthly drop in two years in July.
The race to $1 trillion in market value is back in the spotlight in the lead up to Apple reporting second-quarter corporate results on Tuesday.
Regulatory scrutiny and quarterly results are among the factors in the mix for those watching FAANG stocks.
All eyes will be on corporate earnings this week as earnings season shifts into high gear.
U.S. President Donald Trump will be departing for Europe on Tuesday for a series of meetings with key allies in the region that will culminate in his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Finland.
Trade headlines will be front and center this week, as investors keep an eye on developments involving the U.S. and several of its major trading partners.
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The world's top oil producers are set to meet at the end of this week and markets are paying close attention.
"My sense was we've added accommodation and it wasn't required in my view," George tells CNBC's Steve Liesman.
Kansas City Fed President Esther George said the Federal Reserve may be partly responsible for the yield curve inversion.
"If I could borrow without paying any interest, or ever pay the money back, I would borrow as much as I could, too," the 'Trumponomics' co-auther says.