Stocks are at record highs. Trading Nasdaq futures now, with technician Louise Yamada, CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now traders, Jim Iuorio and Jeff Kilburg, both from the CME.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch sees a scary good news-bad news scenario unfolding in 2018: A solid push higher in the first half followed by trouble after.
The association that represents Canadian oil and gas drilling companies says it expects "muted stability" for the industry in 2018 despite recent strengthening in oil prices. The Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors is calling for 6,138 wells to be drilled in its 2018 forecast
The FCC will vote on a new rule December 14 that will repeal net neutrality regulations put in place in 2015. Many fear revoking net neutrality will allow internet providers and telecoms to provide preferential treatment to some internet traffic, stifling innovation and competition. FCC chairman Ajit
The Semi Truck and new Roadster unveiling haven't restored investor enthusiasm. Tesla's major upcoming news will be full-year and Q4 earnings, as well as total vehicle deliveries for 2017. Last week, Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveiled the company's Semi Truck and new Roadster in spectacular fashion
By Alexandra Ulmer and Marianna Parraga CARACAS/HOUSTON (Reuters) - Venezuela's state-run PDVSA is siphoning oil from its cash-paying joint ventures with foreign firms to feed its domestic refineries, two sources close to the matter told Reuters, at a time when late debt payments have triggered
Apple's smart speaker was supposed to come out in December but it's been delayed until early 2018. Last week, Apple's HomePod smart speaker was delayed until early next year, missing the critical holiday season.
By Polina Ivanova LONDON (Reuters) - Oil rose on Tuesday, supported by expectations of an extension next week to OPEC output cuts, but prices remained under pressure from signs of higher output in the United States. Brent crude oil was up 17 cents at $62.39 a barrel at 1452 GMT. Analysts said Brent
The Royal Bank of Canada has been added to a list of 30 of the world's most systemically important banks. The designation, by the Swiss-based Financial Stability Board, means that Canada's largest lender is big enough and important enough to have a major impact on the global financial system
The Royal Bank of Canada has been added to the Financial Stability Board's list of global systemically important banks which are too big to fail. The FSB, which co-ordinates the work of national financial authorities and international standard setting bodies, added RBC (TSX:RY) as it removed French
(Reuters) - Apple Inc said on Tuesday it has removed several apps including Skype, Microsoft Corp's internet phone call and messaging service, from its app store in China after the country's government pointed to violations of local laws. "We have been notified by the Ministry of Public
Only time will tell what the 2018 tax picture will look like, but here are some savings opportunities you can still take advantage of now.
After 10 years of using nothing but Apple iPhones, I decided to give an Android-supported smartphone a try. At $650 it's definitely a cheaper option than most iPhones, so I decided to use it for a week and see what life is like as a non-iPhone-user. Graham Flanagan: Hi, my name is Graham Flanagan
CNBC's Jim Cramer discusses why the Justice Department is suing to block AT&T's $85 billion merger because the deal may hurt competition and may result in higher prices for consumers.
German automakers, on course for record production this year, expect further output growth in 2018 powered by strong demand in Asia, the VDA carmakers' lobby said. Producers including Volkswagen , Daimler and BMW may increase output "significantly" this year from 2016 levels to between
Consumers are being advised to vigilantly check their wireless data consumption and roaming fees, as it looks increasingly unlikely that Canadian telecoms will implement notification methods required under a new wireless code by the December deadline. The advice comes after Telus Corp. (TSX:T) and Rogers
Anyone with assets like a house, 401(k) or even a savings account should think about exactly how those possessions will be distributed one day.
Here are some investments that are fixed, typically keep up with inflation, don't have any risk and are offered by insurance companies instead of banks.