U.S. stocks rose on Wednesday, with the Dow and the S&P 500 hitting fresh records, as Microsoft's strong results reinforced optimism about the health of quarterly earnings.
We found people still seem leery of stocks and prefer to put their money in property.
A failed Turkish military coup attempt briefly closed the Bosphorus Strait to shipping traffic on Saturday, reminding the world of Turkey's huge and growing importance as a transit route for commodities between Russia, Central Asia and Europe.
After finally eclipsing year-old record highs, the U.S. stock market will be tested again next week, when the onslaught of company earnings could help investors assess the impact of Britain's vote to exit the European Union.
The value of UK funds' assets under management has dropped by more than $40 billion in the three weeks since Britain's vote to leave the EU, largely due to the plunge in the pound, fund flows data provider EPFR said on Friday.
CME Group Executive Chairman & President Terry Duffy on how fear of an oil oversupply is weighing on investors.
Stocks are hitting new highs but so are bonds....
There is no knowing without believing, and believing is the way to knowing... It’s hard to believe, but the S&P 500 remains relatively flat week-to-date, month-to-date, quarter-to-date, year-to-date, and really has been on auto-pilot since the end of 2014!
Investors played it safe in June using conservative ETFs to ride the unknown.
Steve Leeb, Leeb Capital Management CEO, reflects on the first half of the year on Wall Street, and why he's bullish on gold.
Whoa! Gold miners are minting money.
Brexit rocked the financial world, here's exactly what happened.
Global equity markets through the first half of 2016 were, in a word, resilient. Here's what to expect in the back half of the year.
Gold steadied on Thursday as wider markets showed signs of stabilizing, but the metal remained on track for its biggest monthly rise since February in the wake of last week's vote on Britain's membership of the European Union.
Peter Tchir, Brean Capital managing director, and John Lonski, Moody's chief economist, discuss how investors should play the post-Brexit market environment and the biggest threats to the U.S. from here.
Marc Faber, Gloom, Boom, and Doom Report author, discusses why he's not so bearish about global equities, and recommends places investors should look to put money to work.
Monsanto Co said on Wednesday it was in talks with Bayer AG and other companies regarding "alternative strategic options," a month after the U.S. seed producer rejected the German company's $62 billion takeover offer.
Swiss America Trading Corp. Chairman Craig Smith weighs on how immigration drove the Brexit movement.
A rising dollar signals a strong America but it can be a headache for CFOs.
In times like these gold outshines other assets classes in a predictable safe-haven trade.