Apple reported a year-over-year earnings decline for the first time in a decade. Its stock has corrected severely, giving back 40% of its gains over the last ten years (chart). Is this the beginning of
My Facebook page lit up last week as soon as Dove soap started airing 6 and 3-minute videos on YouTube, showing a forensic sketch artist drawing a series of women, sight unseen, based only on their descriptions.
The week begins, and once again, the yen is nearing a major milestone. USDJPY (Dollar vs. Yen) is near 100, a level that has been neared sevearl times, only to see the yen strengthen, and the pair repelled
Business News NEW YORK -- Apple may have lost nearly half of its value since its peak in September, but it's still the talk of the town. Only this time, it's all about how low can it go? Wall Street would
NEW YORK -- Data trumped emotions Tuesday on Wall Street, sparking a rebound in the stock market after its worst drop of the year a day earlier. In yet another sign of resilience, stocks recouped 60% their
If you noticed a little extra radio interference last night, it wasn't your imagination. At 3:16 AM, NASA saw the biggest solar flare of the year, an M6.5-level coronal mass ejection that was powerful
The world's biggest commodity traders have generated close to $250bn in the last decade, as China's explosive growth fuelled high prices and profits. Over the past decade the world's top 20 commodities
WASHINGTON (AP) — Foreign demand for U.S. Treasury securities rose to a record level in February, indicating that international investors remain confident in U.S. debt despite the continual budget wrangling
It’s getting disgustingly ugly for the gold bugs. The yellow metal is down more than 9% over the last two trading sessions, and was trading at around $1,418 in New York at last glance. That’s down roughly
There is little question that the biggest story to come out of the first quarter has been the dramatic surge in U.S. equity prices. Investors, frustrated by the continued low-interest rate environment,
Investors were greeted by a sea of red in the commodity space Monday morning, and the selloff sunk its teeth into the equity market over the course of the day before the bell rang at session lows. Market
Once upon a time, banks were a safe place to park cash, as governments implicitly guaranteed deposits. In the aftermath of the Cyprus bailout, banks are no longer safe, as governments seem unwilling to
USA TODAY markets reporter Matt Krantz answers a different reader question every weekday. To submit a question, e-mail Matt at firstname.lastname@example.org. Q: When do investors know stocks are too expensive?