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The French elections are a non-event as monetary and fiscal policies are at the hands of the ECB and the EU Commission.
Parents who let their kids "opt out" of state tests are teaching their kids the wrong lessons, says Jake Novak.
Former Wall Street trader Turney Duff now has four "pillars of happiness" — and none of them are money.
To quote Nikki Haley, "There's a new sheriff in town." Here's a report card on Trump's foreign policy in the first 100 days from the Atlantic Council's Ariel Cohen.
The GOP's Obamacare replacement bill still stinks. Here's what they need to do to get it right, says Jake Novak.
There’s only one question that you need to answer at the 100-day mark of the Trump presidency: Is there more reason to hold or sell stocks?
Trump's job performance may often be described as "failing, but he's still comfortably a billionaire, writes Vox's Matt Yglesias.
Capacity is currently much more of a concern for ETF issuers and portfolio managers than the much-talked-about myth of ETF liquidity.
Marijuana assets are cheap. Now is the time to invest, says Chris Leavy.
Critics are saying Trump's tax cuts will blow up the deficit. But here's what they don't have the guts to admit, says Jake Novak.
Millennials trying to boost their nest eggs should try using these helpful tips, says Brandon Krieg.
Trump's $1 trillion infrastructure plan can't work if we don't solve this big problem, says John Boncher.
Trump's outline for tax reform contains glaring deficits and avoids "bad news," writes Vox's Alexia Fernández Campbell.
To overhaul the code, he needs to start sweating some details, says Jim Tankersley.
Let's get real. Trump's tax cuts are not going to pay for themselves, says Ron Insana.
Toshiba axing PwC as its accountant is an ugly look for a firm that badly needs to win back investors' trust, says Breakingviews' Quentin Webb.
There's a bias among the pundits who pose this question of blue-collar conservatives but not liberals, says Dustin McKissen.
By trampling over the Washington establishment, Trump is doing the one thing no one ever expected, says Jonathan Larsen.
The market rallied this week, but we haven't hit the peak yet. Here's why, says UBS's Mark Haefele.
Even if Trump defers the wall, his immigration policies are going to take a serious toll on the economy, says Julissa Arce.