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Trump will travel to Ohio on Tuesday to talk about middle-class factory jobs, N.Y. Times reports.
U.S. stock futures were higher this morning despite pressure coming from a sharp premarket decline in Google-parent Alphabet.
Respondents to the CNBC Fed Survey have marked down their expectations for Federal Reserve rate increases and for fiscal policy stimulus.
European bourses closed higher during Tuesday as investors monitored earnings and awaited the start of a two-day policy meeting of the Fed.
Jim Cramer unveiled one conference call that could mean bullish days ahead for the price of oil.
Jim Cramer goes over the stocks and events on his radar this week as the market holds its breath amid a tidal wave of earnings reports.
A mistake from the Fed might be the only thing investors really fear right now in this, the eighth year of the second-longest bull run ever.
Inflation, one of The Fed's two mandates, has consistently been an issue for the central bank to achieve.
"All of these analysts better take into account that the world changed when Amazon bought Whole Foods," Jim Cramer warns.
However, U.S. stock futures were lower this morning after Friday's losses saw the Nasdaq break its 10-session winning.
Markets in Australia and Japan fell, while markets in China and Hong Kong advanced in afternoon trade.
The dollar could flounder and economy fall into recession unless Congress moves on tax cuts, says David Woo, Bank of America strategist.
U.S. financial regulators will review Volcker Rule regulations on foreign funds.
Higher interest rates hurt earnings of regional banks in the second quarter, mirroring big banks.
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.
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