I’ve seen a lot of different kinds of markets. But I’m not certain I’ve ever seen a market that has gone nowhere for so long!
In an interview with FOX Business Network’s Stuart Varney, Former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair weighed in on Hillary Clinton’s corporate tax plan.
New York's attorney general might be ready to light up one of Wall Street's biggest dark pools in its year-long probe of high-frequency trading abuses.
It’s been pretty much flatland for the past five months. This past week may have changed all that.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton took aim at some of the highest U.S. earners, proposing to nearly double the tax rate on capital gains for stocks that are bought and sold...
While most people would assume there are 500 stocks in the S&P 500, they would be wrong. Learn how many stocks there actually are and why that number is poised to change
Fragmented markets and the liquidity provided by high-frequency trading in those markets ensure that stocks trade smoothly despite occasional computer glitches like the one at the NYSE last week.&...
When the market slumps, it's always a good idea to start looking for bargains.
The question becomes: Is Greece is inconsequential compared to overall discouragement of anti-austerity movements elsewhere on the continent?
The SEC is reviewing the cause of the NYSE's trading snafu and how decisions were made in handling the shutdown.