As March turns to April, initial readings loom of how the economy has done so far in a broad sense. Much is at stake. » Read More
By: Lauren Thomas
New York Fed President William Dudley spoke to students during a fireside chat at York College Friday morning. » Read More
Bullard said he'd be "okay" with a second hike this year, but reiterated that the Fed would not need much more to keep inflation in check. » Read More
The Fed should also begin allowing its massive portfolio to run off, St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank President James Bullard said on Friday. » Read More
The court approved a request by relatives of Low Taek Jho to appoint new trustees to fight the seizure of assets by the U.S. government.
China has allowed its five biggest banks to temporarily lower the amount of money that they must hold as reserves.
A fifth of major companies report earnings in the week ahead, but markets will pay close attention to President Trump.
Financials may have pared back some of their gains, but all signs point to a positive outlook, former Wells Fargo CEO Dick Kovacevich said.
Trump offered precious little about the issues that would matter most to earnings: tax cuts and infrastructure spending.
Following a morning rally before Donald Trump's inauguration, stocks waffled.
The JPMorgan Chase CEO said the 45th president's enthusiasm for economic development is encouraging.
History suggests the stock market will give Trump a warm welcome to the presidency, but it will be up to him how long the honeymoon lasts.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for Inauguration Day.
The rise of "thematic investing" makes it perfectly feasible that someone might float a "Trump ETF."
Western Union agreed to pay $586 million and admitted to turning a blind eye as criminals used its service for money laundering and fraud.
The hedge fund manager echoed many in the business community who are optimistic about the Trump administration's policies.
China is not fully convinced about intensive U.S. Federal Reserve rate rises in 2017 and beyond, the SMCP reports.
Janet Yellen said on Thursday that the U.S. central bank should continue to raise rates slowly to keep jobs plentiful and inflation low.
With Trump's inauguration less than a day away, investors are anxiously waiting to see what new regulations could influence bank outlooks.
Right now we have 12 deals in the pipeline, according to Renaissance Capital.
Rates could challenge recent highs on the potent combination of a hawkish Yellen and the pro-growth talker Trump.
Steve Mnuchin had a highly unusual name-drop during his confirmation hearing Thursday: the Octomom.
Investors bailed on actively managed funds in record numbers, preferring indexing to finding a stock picker who could beat the market.
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