The Fed may not be able to turn the tide for the stock market in the week ahead, but it could soothe some of the wild volatility that has been crushing stocks since October.
The S&P 500 could be getting ready to test a new range around the lows of the year that it reached in February — about 3 percent below current levels.
Stocks in the financials sector had a tough day on Friday, falling into bear-market territory as a tumultuous week on Wall Street came to an end.
Investors just pulled money out of stocks at a record pace and, if history is any indication, equities could struggle before recovering.
Strong consumer spending has given a boost to fourth quarter GDP growth, pushing it back to 3 percent, according to a survey of economists.
SIPC President and CEO Stephen Harbeck tells CNBC he has serious concerns about the plan, and contacted the Securities and Exchange Commission's trading and markets division about it.
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Traders from across the U.S. are banding together to accuse J. P. Morgan Chase of manipulating precious metals markets for years.
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell on Thursday.
Transportation stocks have hit the skids and are looking worse than the broader market, a trend that needs to reverse for stocks to stabilize.
Prominent short seller Jim Chanos is troubled by the fragility of the stock market, saying recent equity sell-offs in response to modest increases in borrowing costs isn't a healthy sign.
Activist hedge fund Starboard Value has accrued a 9.8 percent stake in small health insurer and pharmacy-benefits manager Magellan Health.
Famed short-seller Jim Chanos is going after American casino operators.
Stocks of e-brokers usually react before the rest of the market to changes in the Fed's interest rate policy.
Nielsen has pushed buyers away since hedge fund Elliott Management disclosed a stake in the company in August. That will change in January.
The 48.9 percent of those who think the S&P 500 will be negative in six months is the highest reading since April 11, 2013.
President Donald Trump's willingness to intervene in the case against Huawei Technologies CFO Meng Wanzhou appears to be part of a larger White House effort to close a trade deal with China and boost the stock market.
S&P's expects aggregate crude production to grow -- something OPEC likely won't be thrilled about.
Facebook and PayPal will possibly announce a significant expansion of their partnership in the next few months, according to MoffettNathanson.
Changes are coming at Coca-Cola and not all of them may be good for the soft drink giant, according to UBS analysts who downgraded the shares.