Despite a host of global economic challenges through the course of 2016, in the third quarter U.S. equity markets once again proved their resilience as the major averages capped the thee-month period higher.
Mexico and Indonesia emerged as big winners following the Clinton-Trump debate, here's why.
It was a good summer for fund investors, as calm and strong markets around the world lifted most categories to gains from July into September.
About 10 hedge funds that clear derivatives trades with Deutsche Bank AG's (DB) have moved part of their holdings, Bloomberg News reported Thursday, citing an internal document.
California's governor is preparing to sign a bill to automatically enroll millions of private-sector workers in retirement savings accounts.
Swiss lender UBS Group said low interest rates have created a housing bubble in key cities worldwide with Vancouver and London most at risk. Is the U.S. next?
Healthcare policies and the Affordable Care Act have been hot button issues throughout the 2016 presidential race, and the corresponding concerns are now spilling over into private practices.
The first three options are obvious. After that, you have lots of choices. Number 10 is the most interesting.
Viacom says interim CEO Tom Dooley will leave Nov. 15 and the company is cutting its dividend in half in the first major moves from the company since longtime CEO Philippe Dauman left in August.
Love and money, the two things you can’t live without (well, that and pizza).
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday charged hedge fund manager Leon Cooperman and his firm Omega Advisors with having relied on private information to make trades.
Troubled theme park operator SeaWorld says it will soon stop paying its shareholders a quarterly dividend.
Despite the recent hot streak, dividend stocks may be just starting to get into their groove.
Unicorns, private companies that have valuations of over $1 billion. Are these overvalued companies a good investment?
The announced mega merger between German chemical giant Bayer AG and U.S. seed giant Monsanto (NYSE:MON) has Wall Street buzzing about a banker who usually shuns the spotlight but is a key player in some of the financial industry’s top deals.
With market moves picking up after the summer lull, the stock market declined as investors position for a potential interest rate hike following next week's Federal Reserve meeting.
Wall Street is on a wild ride dipping an additional 200 plus points today.
There are plenty of reasons investors are buying preferred stock exchange traded funds...
Divorce can be painful — emotionally and financially — for anyone.
As insurance giant American International Group (NYSE:AIG) continues to downsize after its near collapse during the 2008 financial crisis, the FOX Business Network has learned at least one section of the financial services giant appears safe from a potential sale: The company’s SunAmerica mutual fund unit.