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  • U.S. President-elect Donald Trump is seen speaking on a television on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., on Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016.

    Wall St. stopped viewing Trump as a personality and started to plug into their spreadsheets what his polices might mean, reports USA Today.

  • Nov 23- Having spent billions of dollars on post-crisis U.S. financial industry reforms they once scorned, bankers are concerned the Trump administration, joined by a like-minded Congress, will scrap or significantly change the rules. President-elect Donald Trump, who takes office on Jan. 20, and some important lawmakers in the incoming Republican Congress...

  • Nov 23- Having spent billions of dollars on post-crisis U.S. financial industry reforms they once scorned, bankers are concerned the Trump administration, joined by a like-minded Congress, will scrap or significantly change the rules. President-elect Donald Trump, who takes office on Jan. 20, and some important lawmakers in the incoming Republican Congress...

  • Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) speaks during a campaign rally with democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at St Saint Anselm College on October 24, 2016 in Manchester, New Hampshire.

    Warren called on her Senate colleagues to reject attorney general appointee Sessions, who will likely get confirmed by the GOP.

  • NEW YORK/ WASHINGTON, Nov 15- President-elect Donald Trump shuffled his transition team again on Tuesday, jettisoning a national security expert and lobbyists from his inner circle as he closed in on naming two loyal Wall Street backers to key economic positions. At the top of his list for senior economic positions are campaign finance chair and Wall Street...

  • WASHINGTON, Nov 15- Republican lawmakers told the top U.S. securities regulator on Tuesday they are concerned her agency will rush out new rules in the final weeks that President Barack Obama, a Democrat, holds the Oval Office. The chair of the House Financial Services Committee, Jeb Hensarling, who has been mentioned as a possible Treasury secretary under...

  • Sen. Warren on Bannon: Bigotry is bad for business

    CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on comments made by Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) on President-elect Donald Trump's transition.

  • With White's departure, the SEC will be left with two commissioners, who often staunchly disagree with each other- Democrat Kara Stein and Republican Michael Piwowar. Unless the U.S. Senate confirms Hester Peirce and Lisa Fairfax, the two pending SEC nominees during the lame duck session, the 10th floor that is home to the commissioners at the SEC's Washington...

  • With White's departure, the SEC will be left with only two commissioners, who often staunchly disagree with each other- Democrat Kara Stein and Republican Michael Piwowar. Unless the U.S. Senate confirms two pending SEC nominees during the lame duck session, the 10th floor that is home to the commissioners at the SEC's Washington, D.C., headquarters could become a...

  • WASHINGTON, Nov 11- When Jeb Hensarling, the Republican chair of the U.S. House Financial Services Committee, released legislation this summer to weaken the major financial law known as Dodd-Frank, many said it was a prêt-a-porter plan that his party's nominee, Donald Trump, could easily adopt. "The CHOICE Act accurately reflects the priorities that President...

  • WASHINGTON, Nov 11- When Jeb Hensarling, the Republican chair of the U.S. House Financial Services Committee, released legislation this summer to weaken the major financial law known as Dodd-Frank, many said it was a prêt-a-porter plan that his party's nominee, Donald Trump, could easily adopt. "The CHOICE Act accurately reflects the priorities that President...

  • WASHINGTON, Nov 11- When Jeb Hensarling, the Republican chair of the U.S. House Financial Services Committee, released legislation this summer to weaken the major financial law known as Dodd-Frank, many said it was a prêt-a-porter plan that his party's nominee, Donald Trump, could easily adopt. "The CHOICE Act accurately reflects the priorities that President...

  • Elizabeth Warren throws down gauntlet to Trump

    Senator Warren says she is ready to challenge Donald Trump on a number of issues.

  • WASHINGTON, Nov 11- The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, already in legal limbo after an October court decision, could find its powers scaled back by President-elect Donald Trump and a Republican-led Congress, according to members of both political parties, lobbyists and lawyers. An agency to protect consumers' finances was the idea of liberal...

  • WASHINGTON, Nov 11- The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, already in legal limbo after an October court decision, could find its powers scaled back by President-elect Donald Trump and a Republican-led Congress, according to members of both political parties, lobbyists and lawyers. An agency to protect consumers' finances was the idea of liberal...

  • A student from the University of Washington, join thousands of protesters march down 2nd Avenue on November 9, 2016 in Seattle, Washington.

    The anti-Trump protests across the country are playing their cards all wrong, says Jake Novak.

  • Battling bigotry is the first job for Democrats after the election, said Warren, of Massachusetts, giving a sense of how her party will operate now that it no longer controls the White House and remains the minority in both chambers of Congress. "Whether Donald Trump sits in a glass tower or sits in the White House, we will not give an inch on this, not now, not ever."

  • Senator Elizabeth Warren threw down the gauntlet to Republican President-elect Donald Trump on Thursday, saying in a fiery speech that her party will fight him on social issues and to uphold financial regulation. "Whether Donald Trump sits in a glass tower or sits in the White House, we will not give an inch on this, not now, not ever." In a speech to the AFL-CIO labor...

  • Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton at their first debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, Sept. 26, 2016.

    Wall Street seems to think that Clinton is the safe choice. Larry Kudlow disagrees. Here's why.

  • US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks following victory in the New York state primary on April 19, 2016 in New York City.

    He said a Trump victory could benefit pharmaceuticals and banks, which have recently experienced pressure from Sanders and Warren.