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The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for early hours of the trading day.
Canaccord Genuity's Tony Dwyer says the talk of bonds sending a warning sign for stocks is overblown.
Blackstone's Schwarzman points to growth-friendly aspects of Trump's deregulation and infrastructure spending plans.
The U.K. cannot hope to retain its financial passporting benefits if it pursues a hard Brexit, says European Commission vice president Valdis Dombrovskis.
China's bond market will double in size from the current $9 trillion over the next five years to become the world's second largest, a UBS report says.
The troubles surrounding Chinese insurer Anbang are part of a "house-cleaning" that was "well overdue," an industry expert said Thursday.
Bank regulators have room to ease the rule that limits how much Wall Street may gamble with customers' money, according to Jerome Powell.
Bitcoin rival ethereum fell amid increased demand and worries the currency system may face a divisive debate on how to upgrade its network.
Now that the Fed has started to hike interest rates, the central bank is under increasing fire for moving too soon.
Institutional Shareholder Services has been aggressively investing in companies that analyze social and environmental risks to businesses.
Twitter shares popped Wednesday after a research firm said advertisers gave "more constructive" feedback on the company's strategy.
Many analysts are still forecasting average oil prices of $60 this year. It is now abundantly clear that is not going to happen.
The 'Bond King' believes a flatter Treasury yield curve could become a concern.
Argentina's stock market also took a hit, with the Merval falling nearly 5 percent and was on track for its worst day since June 19, 2014.
Biotech has already outperformed the broader market year to date, rising 30 percent in the period.
The low volatility that's frustrated traders gives investors all the more reason to buy stocks, Goldman Sachs strategists say.
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