Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com says the market's headed down to a critical level that could determine if the rally is coming to a close.
Americans' personal financial satisfaction hit another record high in first quarter of 2018, though the tax bill itself is proving to be a tough sell.
India, Indonesia and the Philippines would be hit hard if investor pulled their capital for better returns in the U.S., said Sat Duhra, a portfolio manager at Janus Henderson.
James Jeng of Taiwan Mobile says wider trade friction between the U.S. and China over technology could hit the electronics sector in Taiwan.
In the hunt for high dividend yields in the S&P 500, there are winners and losers. Philip Morris lives in the second camp, according to one market watcher.
CEO Jim Hackett has yet to specify how he'll cut costs, what his overall turnaround plan entails, and what financial targets Ford hopes to hit.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew talks about the market sell-off and whether stocks have hit the high-water mark.
A close technical analysis suggests that Apple hasn't hit bottom, says equity strategist Matt Maley.
Stephen Macklow-Smith of JP Morgan Asset Management weighs in on the bond market.
The 10-year U.S. Treasury yield has broken through the "psychologically important" level of 3 percent, leaving analysts contemplating what it could mean the future of asset markets and, more importantly, the global economy.