Tiffany reported its steepest sales drop in six quarters, missing analysts' estimates, as a strong dollar discouraged tourists from buying its high-end jewelry and ate into revenue from markets outside the United States.
Hank Smith, Haverford chief investment officer, and FBN's Charlie Gasparino discuss the odds of the UK leaving the EU, stock picks in this market environment, and the Viacom controversy.
The U.S. central bank has remained steadfast on its message that future rate increase will depend on continued improvement in economic data. But the markets aren't buying it.
Michael Block, chief strategist at Rhino Trading Partners, discusses why he sees the Fed behind on rate hikes, and what is likely to happen next in Buyer's bid for Monsanto.
With more good news on the housing market Tuesday, some analysts say recession-scared Americans should start considering dipping their toes back into the market.
American Family Life Assurance Co. (Aflac), known in the U.S. for its infamous duck commercials, is now the largest provider of individual insurance in Japan.
Shares of Herbalife Ltd jumped as much as 8.5 percent amid conflicting reports on whether the company had reached an agreement in principle with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission to settle a probe into whether it runs a pyramid scheme.
Strong housing data, rising oil prices and increasing confidence that higher interest rates won't undermine stock prices combined to help lift major indexes as investors sold government bonds and gold.
Wall Street looked set to open higher on Tuesday even as investors continue to focus on the timing of future interest-rate hikes.
AutoZone on Tuesday reported 5.9% profit growth in the most recent quarter, though results came in solidly below expectations as the replacement-part retailer overhauls its distribution process.
Best Buy forecast current-quarter profit below analysts' estimates, partly due to a disruption in supply of some high-margin products after an earthquake in Japan, and the company said its chief financial officer was stepping down.
Toll Brothers' quarterly revenue rose nearly 31 percent, beating analysts' estimates, as the company sold more luxury homes at higher prices, mainly in the West market and California.
Japan's Sony on Tuesday forecast operating profit to rise just 2 percent this business year, after the electronics maker partially halted production of its cash-cow image sensors last month to assess quake damage at one of its plants.
Lis Wiehl, Fox News legal analyst, breaks down a class-action lawsuit against Fitbit regarding the accuracy of some of the wearable tech company's devices.
FBN's Charlie Gasparino discusses the motivation behind the proposed deal between Bayer and Monsanto, and why it could ratchet up even more discussion around the use of GMOs.
FBNs Charlie Gasparino explains why Viacom's CEO Philippe Dauman and board member George Abrams are filing a lawsuit to block changes to Summer Redstone's trust.
David Dietze of Point View Wealth Management, and Jared Levy of Profitable Trading discuss lingering worries about the U.S. economy, where to invest in the market now, and the reported Bayer, Monsanto deal.
Global Financial Private Capital CIO Chris Bertelsen on retail stocks and the Fed.
'Gloom, Boom & Doom Report' Editor Marc Faber on why he thinks the Federal Reserve is worrying too much about the markets.
Former Philadelphia Fed President Charles Plosser weighs in on the Fed rate hike and Bayer making a $62 billion bid for Monsanto.