U.S. stocks took a beating, with the Dow plunging 300 points, as traders fretted over the energy sector and political instability in key markets. ..
Oil prices are now at their lowest level in five years, having sold off some 45% from their June peak, a scant five months ago. It’s a crash. Lower oil and gas prices are good ..
Pessimism and doubt have dominated how Americans see the economy for many years. Now, in a hopeful sign for the economic outlook, confidence is suddenly perking up. Expectatio ..
Two useful metrics to test the valuation of domestic equity markets — Tobin’s Q and the cyclically-adjusted S&P 500 price-to-earnings ratio — continue to show equity marke ..
Seasoned options trader Jon Najarian has some advice for traders who are bracing for a year-end spike in the VIX. ..
The $1.1 trillion dollar government spending bill passed the House last night after a contentious run-up. Tucked inside was a neatly-wrapped present for the financial industry ..
Chrysler Group is expanding its U.S. recall of older-model vehicles with Takata Corp passenger-side air bags, adding a second inflator design to the recall and more affected r ..
European stocks tumbled again on Friday, on course for their biggest weekly loss since September 2011 as shares in oil and oil services firms sank further along with crude oil ..
The Sony hack is a modern day warning of how vulnerable the information we share is and how susceptible that information can become. ..
U.S. consumer sentiment rose in December to a near eight-year high on improved prospects for jobs and wages and on lower gasoline prices, a survey released on Friday showed. T ..