Markets brace for action in the Week Ahead as the calendar is packed with domestic and global economic data and earnings.
The NBA’s 'Everybody Up' campaign includes a series of TV commercials and integration across all of the league’s digital platforms throughout the season.
Oil prices spiked on Thursday on reports Saudi Arabia produced more, but supplied less in September but traders say the rally is not sustainable.
Crude oil inventories showed a build of 7.1 million barrels versus expectations of a build of 2.5 million, sending the December crude contract to the $81.60 level.
The Islamic State in the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS) produces nearly $2 million of oil a day and that revenue is helping fund the group's activities.
Gold has made a comeback over the past couple of weeks since trading below the 1185 level.
The Texas economy is not the economy of the 1980s driven by oil, but rather a globally diversified economy.
Market volatility is back for October trade, driven by the wild swings in oil and energy stocks, Ebola headlines and major moves in just about every asset class.
Market volatility made a comeback this week and a big contributor is the movement in the energy complex.
Housing data was a bit weaker Thursday with the October NAHB Index coming in at 54 versus the prior reading and consensus estimate of 59.