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Within the details of the $4.1 trillion spending plan is a change in language regarding Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Federal Reserve Governor Lael Brainard said on Thursday that a "brighter" global economy is posing less risk to the Fed's outlook for the U.S.
The Trump budget proposes cutting a vital student loan program. Here's a better alternative, says Student Loan Hero Andrew Josuweit.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for early trading.
In another intraday jump of more than $300, bitcoin surged to a record. Then it rolled over.
Bitcoin and other so-called decentralized currencies are riding a fresh wave of interest.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Go for value over growth, advises UBS strategist Jeremy Zirin.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell on Wednesday: Snap, NetApp, HP Inc., PVH & more.
While most of the so-called Trump trades are based on proposals, one trade will likely work on Trump's actions alone.
The Federal Reserve will be very measured in reducing its balance sheet, but will likely not double-tighten, Danielle DiMartino Booth said.
Federal Reserve officials appear to be in synch on how they plan to unravel the mammoth stimulus implemented during the financial crisis.
Bitcoin hit a record Wednesday after a late Tuesday announcement from the Digital Currency Group.
Microsoft is said to have acquired Israeli cybersecurity startup Hexadite for $100 million, the Hebrew language website Calcalist reported.
Congressional Democrats investigating alleged ties between President Donald Trump's political campaign and Russia are seeking information from Deutsche Bank.
Substantially lower-than-expected inflation would be a significant hurdle for the Fed in its quest to normalize monetary policy.
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