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Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services says midterm elections are the next catalyst to move the stock market, which is near a record.
"Fast Money" trader Brian Kelly dissects the "Vomiting Camel" pattern he found in gold this weekend.
Speaking a week after the U.S. central bank ended its quantitative easing policy, Fisher described Chair Janet Yellen as "impressively balanced."
The Bank of Japan delighted markets with a stimulative surprise. Will the European Central Bank be next?
Here's what should happen after the GOP wins big on Tuesday, says Larry Kudlow.
Art Cashin of UBS says stocks are surging after Japan delivers a double whammy of good news: More stimulus and increased stock buying.
The former Fed chairman said the central bank is sitting on "a pile of tinder," and made several other colorful observations.
A top Fed policymaker said central banks have had success with inflation-targeting but should consider other methods that may work better.
Investors should expect more volatility and long-term low interest rates in the post-QE world, Cantor and BGC partners CEO Howard Lutnick said.
Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services says Visa's strength is causing a one-man-band rally for the Dow, which is outperforming major indexes.
John Lekas of Leader Capital isn't sweating the end of quantitative easing. In fact, he's wondering why anyone ever thought it mattered.
U.S. sovereign bond yields fell on Thursday, with the yield curve steepening.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said under current economic conditions, this asset is a good place to put money reports The Fiscal Times.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen did not comment on monetary policy or the economic outlook in remarks on Thursday prepared for a diversity conference.
Don't worry, be happy. Jim Cramer says these stocks are not affected by the Federal Reserve's announcement to end its bond buying program.
When will the Fed move to raise rates? A widely followed economist said on "Closing Bell" it should happen in about a year.
Changes in the Fed statement Wednesday sent Wall Street into a tizzy with Fed skeptics slamming Janet Yellen. One pro wasn't having it.
Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services says stocks moved in usual fashion going in to and following the Federal Reserve's 2 p.m. ET statement.
Stocks weakened and bonds sold off after the Fed surprised Wall Street with a slightly more hawkish tone that suggested it may be more aggressive with rate hikes.
Investors should focus on the Fed's rate destination over when those hikes will occur, Pimco's Scott Mather told CNBC.