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Fierce lobbying by the gaming industry has left the Philippines one of the world's softest targets for money launderers, a senator told Reuters.
Low rates may be causing low inflation, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard theorized in Friday remarks.
As central banks run out of policy tools, the former Fed chairman assessed what is left to combat a potential slowdown.
Investors may be confused the market's direction, but Art Hogan of Wunderlich Securities says this could actually be good.
Now may be a good time to invest in hotels because the space is undervalued, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Longtime bull Jeremy Siegel says that if these two conditions are true, he can maintain his bullish outlook on the market.
Two factors point to U.S. stocks going higher, says Richard Bernstein, CEO of Richard Bernstein Advisors.
Bank of America on Friday said its board of directors has authorized increasing its common stock repurchase plan by up to $800 million.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
JPMorgan Chase, the biggest U.S. bank by assets, said it will repurchase up to $1.88 billion in common shares through the end of the second quarter.
A Citigroup report on 20 nations said pension obligations, much of them unfunded, amounted to nearly twice the countries’ total national debt.
Italian insurer Generali posted a 22 percent increase in its full-year net profit and boosted its financial strength, it said on Friday as new Chief Executive Philippe Donnet took over.
UBS' Chief Executive $14.8 million in total compensation for 2015, according to the Swiss bank's annual report which was published on Friday.
More hedge funds folded in 2015 than at any time since the financial crisis, dragged down by turbulent markets, reports the Financial Times.
Dow, S&P 500 positive for 2016
The ECB's surprise stimulus came at a crucial time for European banks. But now they have to make the most of it.
The market still believes the Fed is overstating how many times it will raise rates this year.
Initial public offerings are at a standstill in the U.S.
The dollar has fallen 2 percent against a basket of currencies since the Fed's decision.
CNBC talks to Kyriakos Mitsotakis, the head of Greece's conservative opposition party, New Democracy.
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