"From a 50,000-feet viewpoint, we're probably in a global debt bubble," Paul Tudor Jones said at the Greenwich Economic Forum in Connecticut. "Global debt to GDP is at an all-time high."
Legendary hedge fund manager Ray Dalio warned investors on Thursday that the next bear market could be very painful since most are not prepared for it.
The Federal Reserve in 2019 will launch a broad look at how it conducts policy and conveys what is doing to the public.
Saudi Arabia convinced oil producers to hike output ahead of tough U.S. sanctions on Iran, but the Trump administration ultimately allowed some of the Islamic Republic's biggest customers to keep importing its crude.
Ahead of the financial crisis, a buildup of leverage on bank balance sheets that went largely undetected by regulators helped cause the worst downturn since the Great Depression. Sen. Elizabeth Warren is afraid the same thing is happening again.
Wall Street analysts are concerned Apple will suffer declines in iPhone unit sales over the next couple of years but Jim Cramer isn't convinced.
"I don't think that we'll see a recovery before the end of 2018," according to tech investor Paul Meeks.
Apple's new iPad Pro is awfully nice, and the best tablet you can buy. But it can't replace your laptop as well as Apple says it can. CNBC's Todd Haselton reviews the new 11-inch iPad Pro.
Facebook on Thursday released the latest figures on its efforts to remove harmful content, such as fake accounts, hate speech and graphic violence, from its social network.
David Tepper's Appaloosa Management sold its Apple position after the end of the third quarter, according to sources familiar with the matter.
PG&E's stock has lost more than half its value as shareholders flee the utility amid concerns that its equipment may be partly responsible for the most destructive wildfire in California's history.
Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic said the central bank is "not too far" from reaching a "neutral" short-term policy rate.
Amazon "wouldn't have grown to the scale it is" had Walmart invested in online shopping earlier, Gerald Storch says.
In his latest broadside against big business, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., is introducing a bill Thursday that would prevent large companies like Walmart from buying back stock unless their employees are paid at least $15 an hour.
"History has shown there's a concept called the 'Thucydides Trap'" that indicates conflict, says Ray Dalio, the billionaire Bridgewater founder.
Volatile natural gas prices plummeted 18 percent, reversing nearly all of Wednesday's sharp gains, after U.S. inventories showed a slight increase in supply.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May defended her draft plans to withdraw the United Kingdom from the European Union.
KB Home shares fell 19 percent on Thursday, headed for its worst day of trading since August 1992.
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