G Fund $16.3132 $0.0008 2.01%
F Fund $19.6451 -$0.0138 8.28%
C Fund $45.5405 $0.3554 26.67%
S Fund $54.1439 $0.3391 23.12%
I Fund $31.7107 $0.2422 18.71%
L 2050 $21.8305 $0.1329 19.75%
L 2040 $37.4371 $0.2005 17.57%
L 2030 $34.0838 $0.1535 15.00%
L 2020 $28.9898 $0.0560 8.20%
L Income $20.9871 $0.0336 6.59%
Goldman sees the economy surprising in 2020 and these stocks benefiting most from the rebound
Goldman believes the U.S. economy is poised to snap back and certain stocks could have the most upside from the economic recovery.
Majority of Americans would try banking with big tech, Bain report says
Americans are increasingly comfortable ditching traditional banks for big tech, according to a new Bain report.
2020 could be the year everything changes for people with student debt
Presidential campaign proposals and recently introduced legislation aim to rewrite the rules around student loan interest, repayment and refinancing.
Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: Fitbit, Xerox, Ford, Five Below, TripAdvisor & more
Names on the move ahead of the open.
The S&P 500 is up nearly 25% in 2019, and history shows the momentum could carry over to next year
When the S&P 500 finishes a year 25% higher, the market usually has more room to run the following year.
Apple Card is just 'another credit card with a few innovative features,' Russian bank exec says
Sberbank's David Rafalovsky said he challenges anyone "to give me an example of great ground-breaking innovation in consumer banking."
Banks must behave 'more like technology companies' to survive, finance execs say
Several fintech start-ups have gained popularity with app-based checking accounts, while tech giants are also making moves in the space.
China is building up its 'shadow reserves' to counter its reliance on the US dollar
Beijing is silently diversifying its reserves to reduce its dependence on the world's largest reserve currency, analysts say.
Market bull goes on pullback watch due to worrisome sentiment levels
Bryn Mawr Trust's Jeff Mills believes the S&P 500's longest weekly win streak in two years is on the verge of ending.
Despite gridlock in Washington, these big changes could be in store for your finances
There's a number of bills underway with bipartisan support that could impact your wallet.
This under-the-radar market trend suggests new record highs through December
CFRA's Sam Stovall builds a positive case on stocks based on a historical pattern dating back to WWII.
Disney+ isn't really the beginning of the streaming wars — the next year is just a warm-up
Disney+ and Apple+ are here, but the average consumer isn't going to look at a menu of a dozen options and select only three or four, thus determining winners and losers. There are too many complicating factors for such a simple calculation.
This fund manager is up nearly 40% this year by betting on 'misunderstood' ideas
Contrarian fund manager Nick Schommer is up a blistering 36.6% this year with big bets on Crown Holdings and Disney, among other stocks.
These 4 mega-cap consumer stocks have crushed fears of disruption and the market in the process
Walt Disney, Walmart, Nike and Starbucks are among a small group of elite consumer companies that have overcome fears of digital disruption.
The Dow topped 28,000, the next 1,000 points will be determined by trade talks
Stocks bounced on trade headlines on Friday, but the market could stall out in the week ahead if there is no real progress toward a deal.
Here's what happened to the stock market on Friday
Positive commentary on U.S.-China trade talks propelled the major averages to fresh record highs.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere isn't taking the WeWork CEO job, sources say
T-Mobile CEO John Legere isn't considering taking the job at WeWork or leaving the carrier to join any other company.
Talk about trade-war progress moves the market — even when there is no progress
The stock market has moved on virtually every U.S.-China trade headline for nearly two years.
Unhappy with the terms on your Apple or other credit card? Here's how to change them
It can be hard to know why you were given a particular credit card limit or interest rate. Here's how to improve your terms.
The analyst who sniffed out Buffett and Icahn moves believes someone big is buying Netflix
The Gordon Haskett analyst who discovered Carl Icahn was investing in HP now says someone looks to be buying a stake in Netflix.
T. Rowe, Fidelity get green light to launch special funds allowing them to join the ETF boom
Asset managers including T. Rowe Price, Natixis and Fidelity have won the preliminary regulatory approval to launch nontransparent ETFs.
Your first trade for Friday, November 15
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: JC Penney, Nvidia, Nike, Lyft, GrubHub & more
Names on the move ahead of the open.
Singles Day sales hit a record high as Chinese buyers rack up their credit card bills
A significant portion of sales during this year's Singles Day shopping event in China came from spending on credit, according to estimates from analysts.
Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Farfetch, NVIDIA, Applied Materials & more
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell.
Here's what happened to the stock market on Thursday
Stocks hovered around record levels but lingering trade worries kept sentiment in check.
Retail sales data should show a spending rebound, with a little help from Amazon's Prime Day
Consumers are likely to have increased their spending in October, after a surprising pullback in September.
Apple News+ has struggled to add subscribers since first week of launch in March, sources say
Apple signed on 200,000 subscribers to Apple News+ in its first 48 hours in March, but has been stuck in neutral since that time.
Stocks could go higher, but they may take a breather first, strategists say
Stocks are up nearly 7% in just five weeks, and may be ready to take a short breather, but strategists say they could then go much higher.
Interest rates are in a 'good place,' New York Fed leader Williams says
New York Fed President John Williams indicates that no further rate moves are likely if current conditions hold up.