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Shares of AmTrust Financial Services dropped to their lowest in more than two years after the company said it found errors in its financial statements.
Rising tensions between Trump and the Fed have traders scratching their heads.
The CNBC IQ 100 Index is whipping the S&P 500, and it just added a surprising stock: Target. The retailer is more innovative than Google.
To maintain confidence, Trump will need to avoid some of the haphazardness he has displayed during the early days of his presidency.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The cuts will see the bank's bonus pool shrink by about 80 percent and hit about a quarter of Deutsche's roughly 100,000 staff.
In this week's Trader Poll, tell us how Snap's IPO will play out.
China’s pledge to focus on the stable development of its capital markets will slow the pace of financial reforms, an analyst said.
One of China's biggest official supporters of a free market looks set to head the country's banking industry watchdog, the SCMP reports.
Just 3 percent said returns topped expectations. Only 31 percent said returns met expectations, while 66 percent said returns fell short.
The land supply for private housing in the coming financial year is expected to be sufficient to build almost 32,000 flats, the SCMP reports.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell.
"Big crocodiles" and "demons" aren't terms typically associated with regulatory legalese, but they're being used in China.
Strong economic data may point to an interest rate hike at the Fed's March meeting, Atlanta Fed bank president says.
Mnuchin's team will bring "what is going to be the cheapest piece of paper they can for the government," Cramer says.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
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