Jobless claims hit an eight-year low, according to the Labor Department, but hiring remains a weak spot in the economic framework.
Bank of America-Merrill Lynch global head of commodities research says oil companies may have trouble doing business with Russia after the downed Malaysia Airlines flight.
Inflation pressures pull back, at least for now.
GOP calls for changes to the sweeping Dodd-Frank Act won't have any impact on investors.
Gold prices surge as reports emerge of rebels shooting down a passenger plane in Ukraine.
Investors cheer a stronger-than-anticipated Philadelphia Fed Survey after digesting worse-than-expected housing start data.
Here are the three things all investors should know about Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen's testimony to the Senate Banking Committee.
Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen speaks to the Senate Banking Committee.
Gold tumbles as analysts appear less optimistic about the yellow metal in the second half of 2014.
Gold prices rose more than 9.5% in the first half of 2014, and this is what Wall Street expects during the second half.