Markets

Earnings season has seen positive reports for many companies but how are the major sectors fairing? Is this market rally sustainable? Bob Pisani is at the New York Stock Exchange with more.

With market highs seen on Wall Street, should you be aggressive or cautious in investing? Both Kevin Caron, a senior portfolio manager at the Washington Crossing Advisors and David Sowerby, a manager from Ancora Advisors, give their analysis.

Venmo has changed the way individuals move money. The peer-to-peer payment app, owned by PayPal, is known for its emoji-filled newsfeed where users can see who their friends are paying, and for what. It ranges from roommates reimbursing utilities and rent checks to friends paying each other back for lunch or last night’s bar tab.

With the U.S housing bubble far in the rear-view mirror, home prices in most places have passed their pre-recession peak. In other spots, though, it’s a different story.

Bob Pisani is at the New York Stock Exchange and gives us a recap of the record day with Tuesday’s markets seeing the S&P 500 and Nasdaq closing at new highs.

March home sales numbers point to a stronger housing market going forward. New home sales are now rising. Diana Olick reports.

With earnings report season upon us, four major Dow components – Coca-Cola, P&G, United Technologies, and Verizon – reported their results. How did each do? Dominic Chu tell us.

Blackstone CEO and Chairman Stephen Schwarzman on Thursday outlined what he called a “Marshall Plan” for the middle class to address increasing income inequality in America.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the U.S. and China are making progress on a trade deal, including resolving a key sticking point that’s been dragging out the process.

It’s not just that the S&P 500, up 11.9 percent, is having its best quarter since 2012. Everything is up, including stocks and bonds.

Now that Trump can safely turn his attention back to policymaking, some stocks could get a boost from his agenda and new GOP prospects in 2020.

Executives at FedEx, BMW and UBS are describing bleak macroeconomic conditions around the world.

Investors have lived for half a year in the shadow of the bear, and now find the indexes on the cusp of breaking back into the light.

Bob Pisani evaluates how actively managed funds are stacking up against the broader market.

Stocks fell after the ECB slashed its economic growth forecast for 2019 and announced a new round of stimulus to help banks in the region.