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Trump said he is considering breaking up big banks, but a former Wells Fargo chairman and CEO said: "It would be a mistake."
Check out which stocks posted big moves after the bell.
The CBOE Volatility Index (VIX), widely considered the best gauge of fear in the market, hit its lowest level since 2007.
Bitcoin leaped to a fresh record high Tuesday, spurred by a jump in global trading activity.
Citadel's Ken Griffin cast doubt Monday on whether President Donald Trump could actually break up the big banks as promised.
Exchange-traded funds have taken in $170 billion so far this year, which works out to about $1.3 billion a day.
Josh Brown tells CNBC viewers to think twice before tweaking a portfolio based on what Trump says.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Monday that it will probably take two years to get to 3 percent growth.
Goldman COO David Solomon told CNBC that while the economy still has strong points, a quick boost from Washington is not as promising.
According to data compiled by Strategas, the S&P 500 has performed even better when it begins May in an uptrend since 1950.
Major financial players were outraged by American Airlines' decisions to pay higher wages.
"I think they're aiming for something in the vicinity of $2.3 to $2.8 trillion," former Fed Chair Ben Bernanke tells CNBC.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A union representing 1,200 U.S. air maintenance workers at UPS turned up pressure on the company to settle a three-year contract dispute.
"I actually embrace being in a room where I'm the only or one of few women," Wall Street power broker Alexandra Lebenthal said.
Interest rates have been so low for so long a ‘bust’ is ahead, says the former congressman.
It's that time again: May. Springtime, and time to revisit that old adage — sell in May and go away.
Wall Street has raised its expectations for Amazon and Google's parent company, Alphabet, after they reported great earnings.
Bank of America's Merrill Lynch says more managers are more overweight the tech sector today than they have been in a long time.
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