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BlackRock said it would cut prices across its U.S. iShares Core ETFs to help advisers transition to a new rule governing retirement products.
Shares of Deutsche Bank seesawed Wednesday after a report the embattled German lender was eyeing a lower settlement with U.S. authorities.
"I have a forecast where things continue to improve. I do think there will be a rate increase," Chicago Fed President Charles Evans said.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell on Tuesday, including: MU, SHLD, ACIA, TMH.
Gold may be one of bond guru Bill Gross' favorite investments lately, but he also likes LinkedIn and Microsoft on their upcoming combination.
Investors have suffered through five straight quarters of earnings declines, but the profits recession may be ending soon.
The noose around Wall Street's neck is likely to tighten no matter who is elected president.
Professional racecar driver Scott Tucker and several of his companies owe $1.27 billion to the government after systematically deceiving payday lending customers.
Central bankers have turned investing into a game with an unpleasant outcome likely, the bond king said.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Richmond Federal Reserve President Jeffrey Lacker argued that borrowing costs might need to rise significantly to keep inflation under control.
Shares of Deutsche Bank seesawed in the European session on Tuesday, with bosses at the embattled lender still yet to reach a settlement.
Illinois State Treasurer Michael Frerichs on Monday discussed his decision to suspend Illinois' investment activity with Wells Fargo.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell, including: QCOM, CNAT, TMH.
Jamie Dimon came to the defense of his fellow bankers on Monday.
Active fund managers have been getting clobbered this year, with just 16 percent outperforming basic indexes in 2016.
The currency dropped sharply after voters rejected a peace deal that many hoped would end a 52-year-old civil war.
The specter of a sudden freeze in the rapid-fire world in which big banks conduct business has frayed nerves in the market.
The average IPO is outperforming -- up an average of 41 percent -- and 83 percent are trading above their IPO price, according to Renaissance Capital.
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