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On Monday, the markets continued their rally which had investors asking if we're in the clear yet.
As stocks rallied Monday, Brian Jacobsen, chief portfolio strategist at Wells Fargo Advantage Funds, foresees stabilization and suggests looking at emerging markets.
Stocks have gotten a lift lately in part from hopes that fears over a recession are overdone. That optimism could be a little premature.
There are some serious problems with Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari's plan to break up big banks, says Dick Bove.
Looking for stocks on the cheap? Take a ride on the railroads, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Goldman Sachs cut the upper end of its estimate of legal costs it may face beyond what it has set aside by more than half to $2 billion.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
HSBC announced a 1% rise in pretax profit for 2015 as it dealt with volatile markets, ongoing cost-cutting efforts and leadership uncertainties.
DBS, Singapore' biggest lender, beat expectations on quarterly profit, as its net interest margin rose to a five-year high.
Barclays paid Qatari investors £346 million to secure participation in a 2008 emergency fundraising, a lawsuit by another key investor alleges. The Financial Times reports.
Fannie Mae, the state-sponsored U.S. mortgage backer, is at risk of needing a bailout that could hit confidence in housing finance, senior officials warned. The Financial Times reports.
Stocks shook off pressure from the oil market this week, but is it time to buy stocks? These experts share their top picks.
Remember "Goldilocks," that pristine condition where growth was strong but not so strong as to induce tighter Fed policy? Well, meet her evil twin.
The online lending industry has tougher hurdles to clear in 2016, with a tighter ABS market and other capital constraints.
The IPO market is in tough shape: only 4 IPOs, 85 percent fewer than last year, according to Renaissance Capital.
The Cleveland Fed chief said she expects the U.S. central bank to continue on a "gradual" pace of rate increases.
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