Companies have always insulate themselves against future price increases. At least you can do the same for airline tickets.
Markets are on the verge of a record high, even when you adjust for inflation.
For investors in the Twitter IPO, the fact that the company is early in its process of monetizing the social network may be part of the appeal.
Why Obama wants markets to start sweating the debt ceiling.
Wall Street's complacency about the coming fiscal brinksmanship increases the odds of disaster.
Why high frequency trading is a dead weight loss for society
Syria in flames. Emerging markets crashing. A debt ceiling debate nearing. This is why financial markets are doing just fine, anyway.
Wonkblog is launching a (pretend) hedge fund that shows why you probably don't want to invest in hedge funds.
Why the selloff in bond markets after a pretty good jobs report should make Ben Bernanke--and the rest of us--nervous.
World financial markets went haywire Thursday, as traders grappled with the possible end of the era of easy money.
Here's what is really going on on the financial markets since the Federal Reserve meeting Wednesday.
The Fed has been as transparent about its future plans as has any central bank in history. But in a central-bank driven market, the volatility isn't going away.
Finance people and economics people don't really understand each other, as a tense exchange on CNBC shows.
The consumer sentiment survey scandal, Jon Hilsenrath, and the paradox of financial information.
Three key questions about the amazing volatility in the Japanese financial markets.
Markets are unfazed by Europe's latest troubles and by U.S. fiscal shenanigans. Why that might not be a good thing.
Wall Street and Washington are seeing risks from the austerity crisis very differently. Who's right?
Whether the market responds to a credit downgrade or upgrade seems little better than 50-50.