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Conflicting economic priorities in Europe likely will spell the end for the region's common currency, according to Dennis Gartman.
Blackstone announced plans to spin off its financial advisory business, its restructuring services, and its Park Hill fund businesses into one entity.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The Fed needs to return interest rates to more normal levels and free financial markets from government-sponsored price control, says market-watcher Jim Grant.
Investors held their breath for another wild day, in a whipsaw week that has seen some of the biggest gains—and losses—for stocks all year.
American officials have lobbied against China's Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank by dissuading important allies. The New York Times reports.
In court, former Fed Chair Ben Bernanke defended the government's bailout package for AIG, including an equity stake taken by the government.
The Fed's policies have come at a massive price for the American saver, Peter Boockvar argues.
Markets are facing the collision between a slowdown in global growth (ex-U.S.) and the Fed debate on when it should raise interest rates.
Obamacare and the tax hit some may face next year could delay a rate hike by the Fed, says ex-Treasury official Stephen Myrow. Here's why.
Shares for MOL Global are down over 30 percent after it was priced at $12.50 a share.
Federal Reserve Governor Dan Tarullo said a new rule for big banks will will be stricter on long-term debt, Dow Jones reported.
Those looking to stay in the financial markets may want to keep a steady supply of antacids nearby.
Private equity returns continue to outpace stocks over the long term, according to a new report from an industry association.
A top banker with nearly 40 years of experience on Wall Street says he can't "remember a better time to do a deal."
The market is experiencing its most volatile period in five months, and there are few safe harbors amid the sell-off.
Bill Gross said global economic growth is declining, causing central banks to take an aggressive stance unlikely to change soon.
Expectations for this earnings season may be too hopeful, says Michael Farr. Here's why.
Speaking at the Brookings Institution, Fischer said the Central Bank had identified a few areas of concern regarding economic stability.
There's starting to be lots of push back on initial public offerings. Investors want to make money rather than just spend it.
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