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Though there are a few fractures, the Federal Reserve's foundation against rate hikes remains pretty much intact.
The July minutes showed that FOMC members were generally upbeat about the U.S. economic outlook.
The Federal Reserve is batting like the Mets in their notoriously awful inaugural season, Art Cashin said.
St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard is sticking with his view that a single move is all that's needed.
New stock issuances have lagged in 2016, but that is expected to change in the third and fourth quarters.
Professional investors are getting really confident that the stock market will keep moving higher — maybe a little too confident.
Funding to VC-backed fintech companies dried up last quarter even as corporate investors make up an increasingly large chunk of the total.
Several signs point to increased risks around government-issued debt, recent research shows.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Market moves show investors don't put much stock in hawkish Federal Reserve officials' statements on a September rate hike, Boris Schlossberg says.
Chinese police have this year uncovered $30 billion worth of illegal banking activity the official Xinhua news agency reports.
MetLife showed how it intends to fight federal regulators' arguments that it is "too big to fail" in a court brief filed Monday.
Singapore's GIC is among two investors buying 71 percent of U.S. property firm Yes Communities, in a deal likely valuing it above $2 billion.
Financial stocks are a cheap opportunity in an expensive market, Mayflower Advisors managing partner Larry Glazer says.
The phrase "lower for longer" is working its way into replacing the wordplay incrementalism that has marked Fed policy statements and speeches.
ValueAct's recently disclosed stake is "great news" for the company, according to CLSA's Mike Mayo.
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