DoubleLine Capital CEO Jeffrey Gundlach said on Monday that he "absolutely" believes the S&P 500 will go below lows hit early in 2018. » Read More
DoubleLine Capital founder and CEO Jeffrey Gundlach spoke with CNBC's Scott Wapner in Los Angeles on Monday.
Wall Street's top stock strategists are placing their guesses for where the major equity indexes will end up in 2019.
A report compiled on influence operations in the 2016 elections points to a wholesale effort to inflame sentiments on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter, with some campaigns dating back to 2009.
"I think that there's a lot of people who say, 'I got to get out. I got to get out, because everyone else is getting out,'" says the "Mad Money" host.
Robinhood's attempt to launch a disruptive product offers some lessons for fintechs trying to break into a highly regulated industry.
Overall, 66 percent of Americans now say they've seen enough evidence to justify action on climate change, up from 51 percent two decades ago.
High-momentum FANG stocks have been hammered for months. If the market continues to pull back, one of those names could be setting up for an even bigger fall, says Todd Gordon, founder of TradingAnalysis.com.
Huawei has been under scrutiny since at least 2011 for its allegedly close ties to the Chinese government.
Bijan Kian and Kamil Alptekin were charged in U.S. District Court in Eastern Virginia with crimes related to acting as unregistered agents of the Turkish government, according to court documents made public Monday.
President Donald Trump took another shot at the Federal Reserve on Monday
Oil prices fell on Monday as investor sentiment remained under pressure from oversupply and concern over the prospects for global economic growth and fuel demand.
If voters sour on the economy, it would bode poorly for Trump, who has frequently pointed to it as a triumph.
Navarro says the Fed should pause its interest rate hikes — not because growth is slowing, but because growth is strong with barely any inflation.
U.S. District Court Judge Reed O'Connor of Texas argued that the Affordable Care Act cannot stand on its own since Congress last December repealed the individual mandate, which imposed a tax penalty on consumers who went uninsured.
The Oracle of Omaha's advice holds when the market goes up or down.
The index has plummeted nearly 20 points over the past year while buyers hesitate to purchase new homes even as mortgage rates have pulled back in recent weeks.
The same tools that made Facebook effective for marketers enabled abuse by Russians.
Prudential's latest American Workers Survey identifies areas of the country where workers were more likely to see a salary or benefits boost in 2018.
Shares of Johnson & Johnson slipped another 2 percent on Monday, extending losses following Friday's Reuters report that the healthcare conglomerate knew for decades that cancer-causing asbestos lurked in its Baby Powder.