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Japan's SoftBank Group said it would buy asset manager Fortress Investment Group for about $3.3 billion.
AIG reported a big fourth quarter loss on Tuesday, but its CEO expects more secure earnings in the future.
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Sources familiar with the matter said Trian is expected to speak with the company.
The Fed chair rebutted President Donald Trump's claims that banks aren't lending, saying that businesses can get the money they need.
Janet Yellen just gave the markets a wake-up call — the Fed does intend to raise rates three times this year and possibly even in March.
Yellen says even though the Fed expects to hike gradually and keep policy accommodative, getting rates back to normal levels is important.
The tumult surrounding Trump has not bothered pros, whose confidence is surging that the economy and market are in for robust times.
U.S. President Donald Trump's pledge to cut taxes is one of the key reasons why, argues Nick Gartside of JPMorgan Asset Management.
The group Fed Up has a new target: Republicans who want to curtail the central bank's power.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen testifies on Tuesday on "The Semiannual Monetary Policy Report to the Congress."
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The focus on the breakout in U.S. stocks is overshadowing an equally important event: a global stock market breakout.
Spain's national court on Monday ordered a criminal inquiry into whether a former governor of the country's central bank and seven other regulatory officials knowingly ignored financial problems at Bankia.
Technology whizzes who helped Goldman Sachs eliminate hundreds of trading jobs over the past few years are venturing into the bank's flagship M&A business, making some junior bankers uneasy.
Rolls-Royce posted a record loss of £4.6 billion as a fine to settle bribery charges capped a difficult few years for the aero engine maker.
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China's state-owned Sinochem is in early talks with Noble Group to buy an equity stake in the embattled trader.
Toshiba has unexpectedly delayed the release of its quarterly earnings.
CLSA's Mike Mayo sees the bank rally continuing, and his bullishness isn't dependent on the "Trump bump."
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