Thank you, Fed! Stocks have best day of 2014

Stocks soared after Fed chair Janet Yellen and her fellow policymakers didn't sound in a rush to raise rates.  More

Russia crisis: Don't panic like it's 1998

Russia is definitely in turmoil, but it's unlikely to drag world markets down with it this time.  More

The 6 top stocks of the year

This year has been very solid for stocks, but these 6 were the best of the S&P 500.  More

Stocks: 4 things to know before the open

Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.  More

3 stocks to buy in a market crash

The world economy is getting worse. It might be time to re-position your investment portfolio.  More

Russia has cash to prevent economic collapse

Russia is gripped by its worst financial crisis since 1998 but should have enough money to prevent a total meltdown ... for now.  More

Inflation basically does not exist

Cheap oil is keeping inflation in check. Prices have gone up little in the last year, but is that a good thing?  More

Ruble stabilizes as Russia sells more dollars

Russia's ruble stabilized Wednesday after the government said it would sell currency reserves in its desperate fight to stave off a worsening economic crisis.  More

Tesla sales forecast cut by 40% due to low oil prices

Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas cuts his price target for Tesla, saying cheaper oil could hurt sales of next generation Model 3 aimed at mass market.  More

Stocks: 5 things to know before the open

Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.  More

$55 oil is freaking out the stock market

Falling oil and gas prices are great for consumers, but they also have a dark side for investors.  More

Who loses if Russia implodes?

Russia's uncertain future has caused a ripple effect for countries and businesses around the world that it trades with. But who in the West has most to lose if things go from bad to worse in Russia?  More

Airline stocks and profits soar thanks to oil plunge

Jet fuel decline saving airlines billions of dollars but that is going to fatter profits, higher stock prices, not lower fares for customers.  More

Some companies won't survive the oil meltdown

The plunge in oil prices is causing a cash crunch in the energy industry, especially for shale oil.  More

Olive Garden is red hot again

The stock of Olive Garden owner Darden Restaurants has been sizzling since hedge fund Starboard won control of the company's board. Will investors want seconds?  More

Russia's slide toward economic crisis - and why it matters

Russia has been brought to the brink of a new economic crisis by poor government, its meddling in Ukraine and the oil price slump.  More

Putin's cronies lose $50 billion

Russia's unfolding economic nightmare has already wiped $50 billion off the combined wealth of the countries top 15 oligarchs.  More

The worst stocks of 2014

The stock market smashed record after record in 2014. Apparently these stocks didn't get the memo.  More

Stocks: 4 things to know before the open

Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.  More

Russia's ruble rout rattles emerging markets

Russia's currency rout has sent a shudder through global markets and the sell-off is spreading to other emerging markets.  More

Ford shares tumble 5%

Ford was one of the worst performing stocks in the S&P 500 Monday.  More

Russia heading for crash as ruble plummets

Currency is in free fall, plunging by about 12% against the dollar on Monday alone. Deep recession is feared.  More

As oil falls, Middle East stocks tank

The Dubai stock exchange is down 22% so far in December. Investors aren't sure Gulf states can withstand cheap oil.  More

Sony hack sends stock down 10% in past week

Sony's stock has tumbled as more and more embarrassing emails have come to light. Is it an overreaction?  More

Most investment managers are lousy

One day your hot, next day your not. Most investment funds can't replicate their past success.  More

Oil is the Federal Reserve's 800-pound gorilla

The Federal Reserve holds its final meeting on 2014 this week. Jobs and oil are likely top of the agenda.  More

2015: The year the stock market slows to a trot

CNNMoney's experts predict 8% growth for the stock market in 2015. Not quite the stellar return of recent years.  More

Blackrock exec loses career for dodging fares

A former Blackrock managing director has been banned from working in finance for dodging fares on his commute to work.  More

Petsmart acquired in $8.7 billion deal

Woof woof! PetSmart has agreed to be acquired for $8.7 billion in the largest private equity deal so far this year.  More

OPEC isn't scared of $40 oil

The energy minister for United Arab Emirates says the middle eastern oil producers aren't "targeting a price" and they believe "the market will stabilize itself."  More

Wall Street bets on Russia and Venezuela defaults

The cost to insure Russia's five-year bonds have surged to the highest levels since 2009 and are five times higher for Venezuela since June.  More

Stocks: 4 things to know before the open

Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.  More

Is this finally the end of the bull market?

Plunging oil prices caused stocks to have their worst week in several years.  More

What Wall Street won in budget deal

Controversial change to financial regulation allows banks to again create and trade swap contracts.  More

Tumbling oil could take thousands of jobs with it

Halliburton just announced 1,000 layoffs. BP is also slashing employees. There are likely to be more cuts.  More

Wireless war: Consumers win, investors lose

Discounted phones and cheaper plans are good for subscribers -- but not investors in Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile.  More

Even Warren Buffett got hurt by oil prices

With stakes in ConocoPhillips and ExxonMobil, Buffett has taken hits from the wild swings in oil and gas.  More

Diamond buying skyrockets in December

About 20% of all jewelry sales occur this month. It's bling or bust time for the diamond industry.  More

Plunging oil prices may trigger unrest

The International Energy Agency has warned that a global glut of oil will persist next year, putting further pressure on prices and raising the risk of unrest in some producing countries.  More

Oil drops below $60, but stocks still gain

Urban Outfitters and Staples led the rebound on Wall Street Thursday.  More

Want to get rich? Use your savings to invest, not pay off student loans

Paying the minimum on my student debt and investing my savings has made me tens of thousands of dollars.  More

Stocks: 5 things to know before the open

Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.  More

Wall Street bets on Staples-Office Depot marriage

An activist investor revealed a stake in Staples, potentially laying the groundwork for a tie-up with Office Depot.  More

Peer-to-peer lending stock soars in IPO

Who needs banks? Investors are betting that peer-to-peer lending will usher in a loan revolution.  More

China's version of Tinder is worth $3 billion

Momo, a dating app that's compared to Tinder, enjoyed a 10% bump in its stock market debut.  More

RadioShack's tale of woe gets worse

Electronics retailer RadioShack continues to struggle. It posted a huge loss and plunging sales. Cash is dwindling. But the CEO touted solid Black Friday sales and cost cutting plans.  More

Are the Super Jumbo's days numbered?

Airbus has dropped a hint that its Super Jumbo A380 jet might be discontinued.  More

Is this photograph worth $6.5 million?

It's the most expensive photo ever and the Internet is buzzing over whether it was worth it.  More

Stocks: 4 things to know before the U.S. open

Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.  More

What's spooking the stock market?

Stocks typically go up in December, but that's not the case so far this month.  More

6 ugly stocks that look sexy in 2015

It may be time to give these stocks a second chance. They lagged the market in 2014, but look pretty attractive going forward.  More

Cheap gas is akin to a $60 billion tax cut

The dramatic fall of gas prices is pumping up the U.S. economy. Retailers are especially giddy.  More

Elizabeth Warren is really angry about Dodd-Frank change

Elizabeth Warren came out swinging against a compromise in the government funding bill that she says undermines protections established after the financial crisis.  More

Is the doughnut fad over? Krispy Kreme sinks again

Krispy Kreme fell after disappointing results. And it's been a tough year for Dunkin'. Doughnut stocks have a lot of holes in them.  More

Another Democrat joins fight against Treasury pick

Sen. Jeanne Shaheen teams up with Elizabeth Warreen against Antonio Weiss, a Wall Street insider who is Obama's Under Secretary of Domestic Finance nominee.  More

3 reasons why Greek turmoil matters

Political turmoil in Greece has sent investors packing and raises this question for the rest of the world: should we be worried too?  More

3 things Wall St. doesn't want you to know

The financial crisis exposed many secrets, but here are the key ones investors should know.  More

How CNNMoney's Fear & Greed Index works

CNNMoney's Fear & Greed Index tracks seven indicators of investor sentiment.  Play

Fed to big banks: You need even more capital

Big banks are already subject to tough global rules regarding capital. But the Federal Reserve wants eight of the nation's biggest banks to do more to make sure 2008 never happens again.  More

Wounded OPEC to feel more pain next year

OPEC expect to lose more market share next year, meaning even deeper pain for its high cost producers such as Iran and Venezuela.  More

KFC just can't give up on China

It's the wild, wild east out there in China. But brands like KFC and Pizza Hut just won't give up -- no matter how many challenges they face.  More

Stocks fall: What the heck?

Fears about Europe and China are freaking investors out. Traders may also be betting that the Fed could raise interest rates sooner rather than later.  Play

Dow trims losses after big early drop

The Dow is recovering from a big drop earlier in the trading session as concerns about the global economy had reignited anxiety.  More

Twitter should sell itself. Here's why.

Twitter is a cool company with a lot of loyal users. But the stock has been a dog this year. Twitter may be better off as a subsidiary of a larger tech or media firm instead of as a standalone service.  More

Sorry, not sorry: Why some corporations can't apologize

Corporations screw up all the time. But some appear to be incapable of admitting they've stumbled.  More

Stocks: 4 things to know before the open

Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.  More

Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Jeffries steps down

Shareholders cheer as un-"cool" Michael Jeffries leaves the company.  More

Stocks: 5 things to know before the open

Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.  More

Greek stocks plunge after call for new presidential elections

Stocks in Athens plunged 11% and bond yields jumped Tuesday as political uncertainty rattled investors after a call for presidential elections cast doubt over the security of its bailout program.  More

China stocks are on an incredible mystery run

Stocks in Shanghai have surged more than 40% so far this year. But why is the market gaining even as the economy slows?  More

Tesla's stock plunges along with oil prices

Shares of Tesla have plummeted. But are sinking gas prices the reason for Tesla's woes? Or just a coincidence?  More

Big Oil hits the brakes on shale spending

Oil producers spent heavily on shale projects but $65 oil is forcing them to dial back.  More

Madoff employee gets 10 years in prison

After Bonventre, four other former Madoff employees are expected to be sentenced later this week.  More

IBM: The Dow's Big Blah stock

IBM is in the red for 2014. But Cisco, Microsoft and Intel are surging. Does IBM need to follow HP's lead and break up to get back on track?  More

America: The best place to put your money

U.S. stocks have left all other major markets in the dust the past five years. 2015 looks bright too.  More

Stocks: 3 things to know before the open

Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.  More

Austerity to shrink U.K. government spending to 1930s levels

Britain will have its smallest government since the 1930s if plans for a decade of austerity take effect.  More

Battle Royale: Active vs passive investing

Should you pay a big shot manager to invest your money or is it better to keep it simple?  More

10 rules for smart investing

Far too many people continue to believe that timing the market is still possible.  More

Gas dips below $2 in Texas

Texas joins Oklahoma as the second U.S. state with pump prices below $2 at certain stations.  More

The final sale: Delia's is liquidating

Teen girl retailer is selling everything ahead of Chapter 11 bankruptcy.  More

2015: The year when the oil crisis ends?

Plunging oil prices reflect a huge shift in the global balance of power, with lasting political and economic consequences.  More

Housing guru Shiller: Put your money in stocks

Robert Shiller says renting a home instead of buying one and putting money in the stock market might be a better way for Americans to grow wealth.  More

2014 is best year for job gains since 1999

Unemployment rate remains steady at 5.8% as employers added 321,000 jobs to payroll in November.  More

FedEx is the new Santa Claus ...for investors

As online shopping surges and gas prices fall, FedEx is having an extra merry 2014.  More

Still waiting for a pay rise? You're not alone

Wages are stuck in a low gear as the tepid global recovery keeps a lid on pay -- and without China powering ahead things would be even worse.  More

Stocks: 4 things to know before the open

Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.  More

Europe punts again on more stimulus

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi dashed hopes that he may give the economy an early Christmas gift in the form of quantitative easing.  More

Michael Dell doesn't miss Wall Street at all

Free from worrying about quarterly earnings, Dell is reinventing his IT company and having fun too.  More

$40 oil doesn't scare Big Oil. Here's why

ExxonMobil and Chevron say they can weather oil prices falling even further.  More

JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon: Cancer prognosis is 'very good'

After completing cancer treatment in September, Jamie Dimon announced that his prognosis is very good.  More

Stocks: 5 things to know before the open

Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.  More

3 reasons Wall Street is getting riskier

In a new report, the Treasury Department warns of rising dangers to the financial system.  More

5 companies growing faster than Apple

Looking for a good tech stock for 2015? These companies look hotter than Apple.  More

Is Russia's central bank guilty of sabotage?

Forget plunging oil prices or nasty Western sanctions -- apparently the country's central bank is to blame for the crisis now slowly strangling the economy.  More

Bra Boom: Why Wall St. is hot for Victoria's Secret

On the night of the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, the bra business is looking sexier than ever.  More

Note to investors: Stop being so lazy!

Stocks with ticker symbols early in the alphabet trade more often and have higher valuations.  More

America defiant in 'oil war' with OPEC

OPEC is allegedly trying to kill off the American energy boom by keeping oil under $70. Easier said than done.  More

Billionaires are dumping these 3 stocks

Warren Buffett, Carl Icahn and George Soros are getting rid of some prominent companies.  More
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