Tue, Oct 25, 2016, 9:19 PM AEDT - Australia Markets closed
The financial markets have so far brushed off the "unusual election season" on faith in central banks-but not for long, said Allianz's Mohamed El-Erian.
Jim Cramer pointed out how the possible NXP Semiconductors and Qualcomm merger could be huge.
India's non-performing asset problem has been overblown, says Keki Mistry, chief executive and vice chairman of housing finance company HDFC.
Jim Cramer says the deal of AT&T and Time Warner smells of desperation, not growth.
The "Fast Money" traders looked for upside left in technology stocks as a key sector ETF gained nearly 1 percent on Monday.
Jim Cramer witnessed a battle of three different stock markets in charge on Monday.
Moody's is reviewing AT&T's credit rating, but analyst David Burks thinks the company is still attractive and will be able to manage its debt.
AT&T needs content, but Time Warner's wealth of series and movies shows it didn't need distribution help from the telecommunications company.
Tesla's low ranking in a recent Consumer Reports reliability survey reveals something compelling about the Model 3.
"I'm a voyeur on Snapchat": Michele Promaulayko, new editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan Magazine, opens up.
U.S. equities closed higher on Monday amid a plethora of corporate news, but gains were subdued by a rising dollar and falling oil prices.
Brazilian equities continued their climb higher on Monday, hitting their highest level in more than four years.
Genworth Financial shares dropped after striking a deal with China Oceanwide Holdings Group.
Shares of T-Mobile soared Monday after the network provider reported a quarterly profit of $366 million.
The tech titan is committed to having a “culture of art” in his offices.
U.S. government debt prices were lower, as investors digested manufacturing data while keeping an eye on speeches from Federal Reserve officials.
One top technician warns that there could be trouble in the market should tech titans fail to beat earnings.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Monday hammered Donald Trump for his remarks about women, contending "nasty women" will mobilize to elect Hillary Clinton.
"If a part-time CEO makes sense, then so does a part-time CFO, part-time chief technology officer," Bill Miller said.
The IBB is down this year, but one strategist says biotech stocks could see a big rally after Election Day.
If you're not great at managing your finances, Bank of America's new chatbot is there to help.
For the second year in a row, Best Buy will eliminate its typical $35 minimum order requirement for shoppers to receive complimentary delivery.
LMM's Bill Miller explained that stocks will remain more attractive as long as they yield more than bonds.
The latest evidence of the stock market's preference for this candidate in the White House comes from a new study from the Brookings Institution.
Tesla scored poorly in Consumer Report's 2016 Annual Auto Reliability Survey, with the Model X being particularly problematic.
Legere told CNBC he believes that AT&T is "bleeding" and also claimed also claimed that in five years T-Mobile would surpass AT&T.
Hate passwords? So do tech companies, merchants and payment processors, so some are trying to get rid of them.
European stocks closed broadly flat on Monday with investors focused on fresh economic data and corporate earnings.
With home prices rising and the election almost over, one hotel chief is bullish on the post-election real estate market.
Brandon Krieg and Ed Robinson left high-paying jobs to launch an app that aims to make investing easy.
Unless Hillary Clinton delivers a historic wipeout, D.C. in 2017 will likely look much like D.C. of the last few years, Politico's Ben White says.
Gary Reho, who had been director at Sacred Heart University's athletic centeer, is suing the school for violating the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The telecommunications company purchased Time Warner for more than $85 billion, adding premium content to its portfolio.
After weeks of ugly headlines, the worst of the fallout may just be starting for Wells Fargo, according to a new study on the bank's troubles.
Time Warner was trading at about an 18 percent discount to AT&T's offer price, an unusually wide spread for a just-announced merger.