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These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell on Tuesday.
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Grover Norquist says he's OK with the so-called border adjustment tax being proposed by the House GOP.
"I do think we might be at a very critical turning point for investors," said Ronald Temple of Lazard Asset Management.
Sometimes overlooked in how the funds have managed during the recovery is how interest rates have been at historic lows.
Fink says: "We do not hesitate to exercise our right to vote against incumbent directors or misaligned executive compensation."
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Gundlach predicted a weaker dollar and more demand for inflation-protected securities now that Donald Trump has "doubled down" on his stance regarding trade and securing jobs in America.
Bank stocks need more than Trump promises of deregulation and Fed signals of higher rates, the influential banking analyst tells CNBC.
Goldman Sachs has filed a $1 billion counter lawsuit against an Indonesian businessman who is seeking damages from the U.S. bank.
Liberty Media's takeover of F1 brings new leadership and a new vision to the racing company.
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For Wall Street, the period between Trump's election victory and his inauguration have been a picture of serenity.
Hedge fund assets increased by $46.8 billion to $3.02 trillion in the fourth quarter, according to HFR.
Deals that leak tend to generate higher premiums than their counterparts, and leaks also tend to encourage more bids.
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