Markets in Australia and Japan fell, while markets in China and Hong Kong advanced in afternoon trade. » Read More
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The dollar could flounder and economy fall into recession unless Congress moves on tax cuts, says David Woo, Bank of America strategist. » Read More
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JPMorgan's Dubravko Lakos-Bujas expects earnings growth and tax reform.
The deeply flawed Western economic system is contributing to the worst economic recovery the world has ever seen, Chris Watling, CEO of Longview Economics, said on Friday.
Jim Cramer spoke with KeyCorp Chairman and CEO Beth Mooney for more on the company's latest earnings report and its prospects.
President Mario Draghi's difficult task of calming markets was laid bare on Thursday afternoon.
Bond guru Bill Gross is warning about looming interest rate increases and the damage they can do to a debt-laden global economy.
BlackRock's Rick Rieder says the new Fed chair's transition will be normal.
The U.S. cannot withstand normalizing short-term interest rates without the risk of a recession, Bill Gross warns.
The dynamics of US banks hold lessons for executives in banks based in Europe and elsewhere, Financial Times reports.
Morgan Stanley reports second quarter earnings that soundly top expectations, helped by profits from its wealth management business.
The greenback will receive support from a pick up in inflation and markets pricing in more interest rate hikes, JPMorgan Asset Management said Wednesday.
"If you see Cohn go to the Fed, to me, that's an escape path for him and that means that Goldman has given up on the Trump administration," Chris Whalen says.
U.S. import prices fell for a second straight month in June amid further declines in the cost of petroleum products.
Australia's central bank is upbeat on the economic outlook, citing improving conditions in investment, consumption and the labor market.
Jim Cramer gave his take on how shareholders should play the proxy battle occurring between Procter & Gamble and Nelson Peltz.
Jim Cramer argues that stocks of companies with overseas business could be the market's next growth drivers.
The board said the bank had insufficient oversight and controls over its FX traders, who allegedly discussed trading positions with competitors.
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