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The rule requires retirement advisors to put their clients' best interest first, but industry groups don't like it.
Forget the dot-com boom with its "irrational exuberance" or the real estate bubble: Current market sentiment eclipses all of that.
If the Dow closes above 21,000, that ties it with the index's 1,000-point gain over 24 trading days in 1999.
Since the scandal and paying a $185 million fine, the bank has been trying to show it is holding the management accountable.
President Donald Trump's speech was short on key specifics, but here's why investors are still pretty bullish.
The "Fast Money" traders share their opening moves for the first day of March.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
According to one investor, London has a 30 percent chance of hosting the Saudi Aramco IPO, but New York is more likely.
Sinclair Broadcast Group has approached rival U.S. broadcaster Tribune Media to discuss a potential combination.
China's banking regulator named Guo Shuqing as the new chairman of China Banking Regulatory Commission.
Central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan looks likely to remain in the post for a while, the SCMP reports.
Foresea Life’s rapid growth and current reprimand took place on the insurance regulator’s watch, the SCMP reports.
"All are on the same page, including hawks and doves," says one bond strategist of officials at the Federal Reserve.
The case for raising U.S. interest rates has become "a lot more compelling," New York Fed President Dudley says.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell.
Conditions are ripe this year for mutual fund managers to outperform. But even a near-perfect environment may not be enough.
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