With Black Friday on the national doorstep, shoppers should take some time to protect themselves.
Housing construction is finally showing signs of recovery, but not because more Americans are buying homes.
Deutsche Bank initiated coverage of American Express (AXP) with a 'hold' rating earlier on Thursday.
The Fed appears to be backing away from raising the benchmark federal funds rate for the first time in six years. And its reason may be suspect.
This holiday shopping season is expected to be a good one for retailers, with spending estimated to be up by 4.1% over 2013, according to the National Retailer Federation.
It's worth paying attention to these potential portfolio killers.
E-House China (EJ) shares are declining after the real estate company reported earnings and revenue below expectations, and lowered its full year guidance.
The real estate investment and finance company said it would acquire Cobalt Capital Partners and its portfolio of 256 light industrial assets.
While there were plenty of high-tech companies to demo their devices at a recent technology conference, Cortex Composites was one of the low-tech success stories.
Shares of Frank's International (FI) closed higher after the company was upgraded to 'outperform' from 'neutral' at Credit Suisse earlier on Wednesday.
This week's housing data, though strong, may not be robust enough to sustain a homebuilder rally. Here's a look at the numbers.
Bernanke and Mervyn King thought the global economy would recover more quickly and are reportedly pessimistic about a European revival.
The trading panel discussed secondary offerings, Alibaba's bond offering and what's happening at Gap.
CNBC's "Fast Money" trading panel reasoned that U.S. equities can continue to march higher on the back of an improving economic backdrop.
Online sales for the likes of Best Buy, Target, and Walmart continue to surge. Brian Sozzi explains why.