Stocks slump in the final hour of trading as markets weigh comments from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen that warned of potentially overstretched equity valuations.
Stocks are trading close to session lows by mid-afternoon Wednesday
The one purpose of the European Union is to create a community of nations that can complete economically and politically with major powers, the United States and China
Stocks pare losses by mid-morning Wednesday in a volatile day of trading.
Thursday's contentious general elections in the U.K. remain too close to call, but in the end, both of the U.K.'s leading parties have something to lose.
Salesforce.com spikes following reports that Microsoft may be interested in snapping up its software rival. Netflix surges after receiving an analyst upgrade.
News Corp's educational technology company Amplify says its committed to its mobile tablet even as rivals say they're better off without one.
Legendary investor Warren Buffett still holds onto IBM, despite its underperformance. He says he has no regrets over not owning Apple.
The steep decline in oil prices over the last year has forced oil companies to pull back on production. Here's 10 large-cap oil-related companies to sell right now.
The Fast Money trading panel discussed whether biotech is in a bubble about to burst and weighed in on comments made by Cablevision's CEO on consolidating the New York Market.
Dan Dicker, energy contributor at TheStreet.com, talks to Jim Cramer about the stunning short position announced by David Einhorn on Pioneer Natural Resources and other U.S. shale frackers.
The transporter of crude oil and petroleum products has not specified the number of shares it will offer.
Oil exploration company that focuses on Morocco received an unsecured promissory note from an "arms length investor."
The new Tesla home battery has a lot going for it, but there are a several reasons why this technology won't cause a mass grid exodus.
With Walt Disney reporting earnings on Tuesday and beating analysts' expectations, we decided to see what other movie and entertainment companies are good investments.
It was five years ago Wednesday that the Dow plummeted almost 1,000 points in minutes, causing a worldwide panic among investors.
Yellen and Fischer are focusing on unemployment and inflation over growth to time a rate hike. With unemployment headed down and inflation up, a June rate hike is still possible.
The stock market is doing just fine, despite the Federal Reserve chair's cautionary comments, says Cramer.
Cramer prefers AT&T to Vodafone and isn't recommending Teva Pharmaceuticals.
Investors need to stop panicking and start buying the long-term winners, Cramer says.
Warren Buffett, the U.S. dollar hitting a top and affection for high-growth stocks created the best back-to-back days since February, at least for the moment.
Cramer likes Oshkosh Truck but isn't crazy about Genworth Financial.
The following Voya Financial (VOYA) conference call took place on May 6, 2015, 11:00 AM ET. This is a transcript of that earnings call:
The following DEVON Energy (DVN) conference call took place on May 6, 2015, 11:00 AM ET. This is a transcript of that earnings call:
The following Pioneer Natural Recources (PXD) conference call took place on May 6, 2015, 10:00 AM ET. This is a transcript of that earnings call:
The following Chesapeake Energy (CHK) conference call took place on May 6, 2015, 09:00 AM ET. This is a transcript of that earnings call:
Warren Buffett may think otherwise, but there are plenty of Americans who like shopping at organic grocer Whole Foods Market.
The top global maker of luxury automobiles posted a 9.5% profit margin, meeting its goal.
GM signals to investors and the UAW its push to improve quality and productivity of vehicles built in the United States.
Ford Chief Financial Officer Bob Shanks says earnings are on track for the year, but will be skewed toward the second half.
As Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide launches a strategic review, a sale may seem like the obvious choice. But it's hardly the only one.
David Burstein, co-founder of Run for America, says Millennials also don’t want to be taken for granted.
Hotel and resort operator's chairman of the board says "no option is off the table."
Increasing U.S. wages is a signal of a strong labor economy.