More than 500 million people have been lifted out of poverty since China's economic reforms began in 1978.
The strong dollar is good for U.S. consumers because they'll spend less on imports. But how does it affect the global economy?
Smith & Wesson and Sturm, Ruger are among the hottest stocks of the year. Sales are strong. So are FBI background checks. And incidents of mass violence like the latest shooting in Oregon tend to lead to more buying due to fears about stricter gun control laws.
Drug makers are coming under fire for price-gouging, sending biotech socks plummeting.
Market Movers & Shakers explores the importance of oil prices and why we should keep watch of when prices rise and fall.
The Fed is keeping an eye on market volatility as it prepares to make a decision on raising its key interest rate for the first time in a decade. Mohamed El-Erian, Chief Economic Adviser at Allianz, explains why he thinks it should wait to raise rates.
Investors are very anxious due to China slowdown fears. But this market correction was long overdue. Now is a time to sit tight and resist the urge to panic.
Stocks took another nosedive on Tuesday following global markets and oil in the red across the board. One trader said of the market, 'They're kind of throwing the baby out with the bathwater.'
A week that started with the Dow's record 1,000-point drop turned around. Stocks finished the week in the green after the best 2-day rally since 2008.