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An undercurrent that’s been sorely missing from the stock market resurfaced on Wednesday. Cramer thinks you should factor it into your next move.
EU antitrust regulators will unconditionally approve a $19 billion offer by Facebook for mobile messaging start-up, two people familiar with the matter said.
Investors who balance their own retirement portfolios should do so regularly and keep risk, time horizon and allocation in mind.
The Obama administration has agreed to pay the Navajo Nation a record $554 million to settle longstanding claims by America's largest Indian tribe.
The U.S. may start raising rates around the spring of 2015, at the earlier end of market expectations, president of the Dallas Fed said.
The former Microsoft chief says that his record price for the Los Angeles Clippers was a smart investment.
JPMorgan was the top performing investment bank in the first half of the year, making $11.5 billion in revenue, data showed on Thursday.
Bankers, brokers, and hedge funds have all been quietly expanding their Asian operations to take advantage of the biggest opening into China in years.
Amid heightened expectations of yet more stimulus from the ECB, one economist is predicting that a Fed-style QE program could be unleashed next week.
A third night of U.S.-led airstrikes pounded Islamic State-controlled oil refineries in eastern Syria, U.S. officials said on Wednesday.
The euro neareda 2-year low against the dollar, as the President of the ECB spoke at a conference at the Bank of Lithuania.
A security bug in a widely used piece of Linux software, known as "Bash," could pose a bigger threat to computer users than the "Heartbleed" bug.
In considering innocent-spouse relief, the IRS takes spousal abuse into account.
A change of guard at China's central bank is unlikely to herald a major shift in monetary policy but could alter the pace of financial reforms.
Emerging economies look to corporations to keep their economies expanding at their rapid rates, according to a survey.
Chinese President Xi Jinping may replace People's Bank of China (PBOC) Governor Zhou Xiaochuan as part of a wider personnel reshuffling, The Wall Street Journal reports.
China plans to open its markets to foreign investors who have been largely shut out. The New York Times reports.
Apple's iPhone 6 should boost Best Buy stock, Piper Jaffray's Peter Keith says.
Is the "pied-a-terre" tax a perfect proposal for rich foreigners, who can't lash back at politicians at the ballot? Not so fast, say real estate developers.
Artificial sweetener maker NutraSweet said it would exit its aspartame business by the end of the year, citing increasing foreign competition.