Investor money is hemorrhaging out of global stock funds at a pace not seen since just after the financial crisis exploded. Global equity funds have seen outflows of $12.4 billion in June, a level not seen since October 2008, according to market research firm TrimTabs. Lehman Brothers collapsed in September of that year, triggering the …

They may have to start passing out neck braces on trading floors if the White House’s contradictions on trade policies continue much longer. Investors are getting whiplash from watching the back-and-forth happening among Trump administration officials who can’t seem to agree on a trade policy. Monday’s action featured a series of mixed messages about President …

The outcome of Trump-Kim talks could either help Chinese stocks or hurt European equities, CNBC finds using analytics tool Kensho.

This year has been fraught with volatility in the financial market. Now another factor could make markets even more volatile: elections around the globe.

Consumer-staple stocks are very unloved by the investor right now. Weak growth, old brands, little exposure to a fast economy and profit-margin pressures are some of the reasons why. Mike Santoli takes a look if the stocks are cheap enough for value investors.

Micron also announced plans to buy back $10 billion of its shares.

Bitcoin prices dropped Monday following criticism from some of the world’s most well-known billionaire investors.

No topic was off limits for the Berkshire Hathaway CEO during a three-hour CNBC exclusive interview from Omaha.

High-stakes races bring in purse money and prestige, but it’s peanuts compared with what owners can make in the $39 billion horse breeding business.

Berkshire Hathaway’s large Apple stock holding will pay big dividends for the company.

Investors are shoveling money into bonds at a furious pace, despite having virtually every conceivable reason to ditch the sector. April, in fact, saw the most money devoted to fixed income since October 2014.

Jeffrey Gundlach speaks at the 2018 Sohn Conference in New York.

Researchers find that not only do funds of higher-testosterone managers produce lower returns, those managers also have a greater propensity to be terminated.

The founder of DoubleLine Capital spoke to CNBC’s “Halftime Report.”

President Trump criticizes Amazon over taxes on social media Thursday, targeting the company’s “third party” seller tax collection policies.