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Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A Brexit would hammer investment in the U.K and Europe for years, JPMorgan's investment banking boss Daniel Pinto said.
The CME Group has sanctioned a former airline fuel executive for front-running his own employer's exchange orders, among other things.
MSCI will announce whether it will expand its coverage to include mainland China stocks Tuesday.
It all amounts to the "astonishing history investors are living through today," said Michael Hartnett, chief investment strategist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Frank Quattrone’s Qatalyst Partners and Allen & Co. represent LinkedIn in deal with Microsoft.
Goldman Sachs is now open to the public, and its interest in the average American appears to be mutual.
Walmart Canada stores will stop accepting Visa cards because the credit card provider charges merchants "unacceptably high" fees, the retailer said.
May's poor U.S. employment report could trigger an interest rate cut, according to one contrarian investor.
Brexit talk is churning markets, but the pain trade could be lower now that investors are no longer positioned for an exit.
Bond yields are hitting all-time lows, leading investors on a hunt for yield which is scaring Cowen's David Seaburg.
Fintech start-ups are looking to cash in as financing capital has become tough to come by.
The Department of Financial Services seeks information pertaining to the bank's Malaysian 1MDB dealings.
Despite Friday’s sell-off, Jim Cramer says he is “more constructive than most” on the market.
CNBC's Bob Pisani describes the deciding factors that could take the S&P to a new high.
Bond guru Bill Gross believes the growing global move toward negative yields will have dire consequences.
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