The U.K. has decided to leave the EU, and investors around the world responded with a selling frenzy. Alison Kosik explains the market mania.
Investors in the United States sold stocks after Britain voted to leave the European Union. Economists Diane Swonk and Mohamed El-Erian weigh in.
Sallie Krawcheck is a Wall Street pioneer. Now, she wants to make women smarter investors, and is using her startup investment firm Ellevest to do it.
The tragedy at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando sent shares of Smith & Wesson and Sturm, Ruger skyrocketing. Investors may be betting on a spike in gun sales if lawmakers once again press for tougher gun control laws.
Microsoft is buying LinkedIn for more than $26 billion, a nearly 50% premium. But LinkedIn's stock is still well off its highs after warning about earnings growth. Still, investors seem to be betting on more social media mergers. Twitter and Yelp both rallied too.
Khalid Al-Falih, Saudi Minister of Petroleum, thinks it's "very possible" that crude oil will hit $60 a barrel by the end of the year.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon explains why his bank is betting $100 million on Detroit, the largest U.S. city to ever go bankrupt, and why he thinks the Motor City is a smart investment.
Iranian oil minister Bijan Namar Zangeneh talks to CNNMoney's John Defterios about production quotas and Iran's return to the oil market.
Billionaire Mark Cuban says uncertainty around the presumptive Republican nominee's stance on issues "could turn Wall Street up and down."