Profit from arbitrage trading clocked $8.2 billion as of midday.
Goldman Says Big Short Squeeze Is Step in Preserving Market Calm
Carson Block's Tal Education Short May Move Asia Education Firms
The world’s favorite stocks fought through to their seventh rally in nine weeks.
Several U.S.-traded stocks experienced split-second swings just before noon in New York.
Banks May Be Poised to Shed Years of Languishing Stock Values
As far as volatility goes, stocks are moving backward in time.
Trade War Yanked $1.25 Trillion From U.S. Stocks, JPMorgan Says
Bark of Trade Brawl Losing Bite as Investors Get Used to Bluster
The S&P 500 is poised to finally break out of the 45-point trading range where it’s been stuck for the past month.
Facebook, which plunged 10% in March amid a backlash about how it handled user data, rose 1.2 percent on Friday.
In fact, as far as Mays go, this was a good one, the best for the S&P 500 Index since the bull market began.
Traders Irate as Computer Spits Out Wrong Price in AbbVie Tender
Defensive Stock Rotation Looms This Year, Morgan Stanley Says
One message the market keeps sending: don’t get comfortable, because around the corner is pain.
Halfway Back From Brink, Stocks Sit Still as Investor Mood Heals
In North Korea Break, Stock Investors See Bigger Threat in China
U.S.-China Trade War Truce Puts a Halt to Steel Firms' Rally
In a U.S. bull run powering through its 10th year, market timing has become an onerous task.
VIX Takes Another Ride, This Time With a Lot Less Complaining
Institutional investors haven’t been this skeptical on Apple Inc. since at least the financial crisis.