Trump offered precious little about the issues that would matter most to earnings: tax cuts and infrastructure spending.
Hours before Donald Trump's inauguration, the Berkshire Hathaway chief tells CNBC that Trump has the "most important job in the world."
The rise of "thematic investing" makes it perfectly feasible that someone might float a "Trump ETF."
Right now we have 12 deals in the pipeline, according to Renaissance Capital.
Traders have gone from the Trump hope to Trump doubt, or maybe the Trump reality.
The potential for a rebound in the dollar has increased in the run-up to the presidential inauguration day.
Fourth quarter earnings have generally been above expectations. But 2016 wasn't exactly a banner year for earnings.
Traveling to Washington, D.C., on the weekend of President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration won't be cheap.
Bank of America, PNC and JPMorgan all beat on the bottom line, while Wells Fargo at 96 cents was a bit shy of the $1 consensus.
The market is a "coiled spring" right now and bank earnings could push stocks past the tipping point.
The answer lies in where we are in the markets right now: priced for perfection.
Is the bank run overdone? Analysts are sounding a note of caution ahead of Q4 earnings.
Oil prices developed a recovery in 2016 but will this continue in 2017?
There's a good chance that most companies will not be doing any dramatic fist pumps about earnings in the new year.
Investors tend to buy the losing sectors last year and lighten up on the biggest gainers, especially in today's "expensive" market.
It's been a wild year for trader sentiment. What's amazing is how wrong sentiment has been this year, Pisani says.
Investors are not just expecting a rally — we've already had that — they are expecting some kind of global reflation to occur.
The trading community is focused on what will drive markets higher in 2017 — and what speed bumps will occur along the way.
A number of travel experts are recommending a list of domestic hot spots for would-be vacationers.
Everyone's bullish now, but that will get tougher in 2017.
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