On Monday, equities plunged in their worst session since September amid a surge in Covid-19 cases across the country.
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell.
In the past 30 days, Yes on Prop 22, backed by Uber and Lyft, has spent $3.7 million on Facebook ads in California.
"I think besides the short-term setbacks, I think the set up over the next six to 12 months is still really constructive," Fundstrat's Tom Lee told CNBC.
The IRS has released its inflation adjustments for the standard deduction next year, as well as the marginal income tax brackets. Here's where you stand.
The highly unusual arrangement had Musk offer up to $100 million from his personal funds in indemnity coverage for officers and directors for 90 days.
As new cases accelerate in the U.S. and Europe, some countries may need to impose stricter virus measures again, the WHO said Monday.
Capacity restrictions, reluctant patrons and so few new films mean cinema operators have had to adapt and become creative in order to make money.
Stock market turbulence could be the setup for a post-election rally.
Pelosi criticized the White House ahead of her latest coronavirus stimulus discussions with Steven Mnuchin and as cases hit record highs.
Democrats are encouraging Mike Bloomberg to invest big into key Senate races with a week until Election Day.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Jason Lewis of Minnesota underwent successful emergency surgery for a severe internal hernia on Monday, just eight days before Election Day, his campaign announced.
Corporate profits are performing at a record pace relative to expectations, but investors so far seem unimpressed.