U.K. House Asking Prices Just Declined for the First Time Since 2009

Asking prices for houses in the U.K. dropped 0.4% in June, following a 1.2% rise the previous month.

Wake Up Wall Street: Britain Begins Brexit Negotiations

Britain Begins Brexit Negotiations

Sears Holdings Holds On by Its Fingernails but Is Losing Its Grip

It is hard to see how the troubled retailer pulls out of the death spiral in which it finds itself.

Midday Market: Nike Weighs on Dow; More Losses for Tech Hurt Nasdaq

Wall Street suffered severe losses as another tech selloff brought out the bears.

Acquisitive Anbang's Chief Detained as China Cracks Down on Risky Finance

Billionaire behind China's most-aggressive international corporate expansion can't fulfill his duties, company confirms at a time Beijing scrutinizes shadow lending.

The (Easier) Way to 100% Gains

There are plenty of stocks that return to previous levels after taking a 50% dip.

China's Highest-Profile Hostile Takeover Ends With the State Stepping In

The battle for China Vanke, previously the country's largest property developer, appears to have ended with the Shenzhen government taking over.

U.K. Election: For the Moment, Do Nothing; Maybe Buy Some U.K. Stocks Later

The U.K. election result is a hung parliament. For investors, that's the worst of all possible outcomes.

It's Time for Some Retail Magic, and Macy's Could Lead the Parade

We are now in the capitulation stage where the share prices of many retailers finally are reaching levels that provide a favorable reward-versus-risk ratio.

Barbara Corcoran: This Is How Millennials Can Purchase Their First Home

Real estate mogul and Shark Tank star Barbara Corcoran said millennials are likely going to need their parent's help when purchasing a first home.