Fri, May 6, 2016, 5:25 PM AEST - Australia Markets closed
U.S. stocks closed narrowly mixed Thursday as oil failed to hold much of its intraday gains and investors awaited the key employment report due Friday.
Groups opposing bombastic businessman Donald Trump have spent heavily to prevent his now likely Republican nomination.
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Americans' insatiable appetite for organic food has sparked a gold rush in this retail sector among entrepreneurs nationwide.
The presumptive GOP presidential candidate says the national debt would be troublesome if the cost of borrowing increases.
What's next for markets? Nothing too exciting, because positive factors outweigh negative ones — although not overwhelmingly.
Dovish positioning from the Federal Reserve has been one of the many causes of mutual fund underperformance this year, JPMorgan finds.
U.S. stock index futures were higher Thursday morning, helped by gains in oil prices as concerns of a near-term supply shortage rose.
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The middle class has been "absolutely forgotten," while the wealthy have done very well, Trump tells CNBC.
Tesla met Wall Street's quarterly estimates and said it moved up its 500,000 unit build target by two years because of Model 3 demand.
McDonald's all-day breakfast menu helps push the fast-food chain to a record market high.
U.S. stocks closed lower Wednesday after mixed data, with energy leading decliners and utilities leading.
Starboard Value is making a move against a pharmaceutical company it says is mismanaged, CEO Jeff Smith said Wednesday.
Noted short-seller Jim Chanos said he has "real questions" about financial metrics and cash flow of Alibaba.
JPMorgan Private Bank is rotating away from broad U.S. market exposure and making sector calls, Steven Rees says.
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Zillow has a lot of room to run, and its latest quarterly report shows that, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
European stocks ended Wednesday sharply lower, after a raft of major earnings, a sharp decline in mining stocks and renewed pressure in oil prices weighed on sentiment.
Twitter's user base is stabilizing, but the company's new ad products are cannibalizing its old ones, says James Cakmak of Monness, Crespi, Hardt & Co.
Americans will spend 900 million hours on hold this year. New services are willing to tackle those customer service calls on your behalf, for a fee.
Just when iPhone skeptics seem to have thrown in the towel, warning signs are beginning to appear in Apple's iPhone business, says analyst Neil Cybart.
Millennials starting their careers will find success through a series of small, incremental decisions and actions that set their careers in motion.
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Sen. Bernie Sanders is wrong to rule out the possibility that Donald Trump will be elected president, Democrat Ed Rendell says.
U.S. stock index futures traded lower early Wednesday, following declines overseas and ahead of earnings and amid U.S. data.
Big companies may be targeted by the Obama administration in M&A, but others are just fine.
Barclays is to offer 100 percent mortgages, in a move that echoes the risky lending practices that led to the global financial crisis of 2008.
Royal Dutch Shell posted a sharp fall in earnings for the first three months of 2016 as the tumble in oil prices continues to take its toll.
Asian markets joined the slump in global equities, as the U.S. dollar strengthened and oil prices lost ground.
Google's Android operating system has dominant market share in India, but until now it's been difficult for many consumers to buy digital goods.
Chinese property prices may be on a tear, but it's time to pull back on exposure to developers' stocks amid a stockpile of unsold supply, Goldman Sachs said.
The ECB has driven the euro area economic recovery and job creation to the point where its virtual "helicopter money" may no longer be needed.
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