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China's leadership and central bank are ready to cut interest rates again and also loosen lending restrictions, said sources involved in policy-making.
Typically a positive time for stocks, analysts expect the market to continue to head higher during Thanksgiving week.
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Take a look at some of Friday's midday movers:
Several Democratic senators criticized the NY Fed as too close to the mammoth financial institutions it regulates.
Oil gushed higher on China's surprise rate cut but also as traders increased bets that OPEC will cut production when it meets on Thanksgiving Day.
Tarullo argued that compliance hasn't been stiff enough and that tougher action on the part of the Fed and other regulators was likely needed.
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Despite recent ups and downs, hedge funds are now more in love with Japan than at any time in the last decade.
The Fed will issue in the first quarter of next year new rules for financial holding companies in the physical commodities markets.
Despite the seemingly unstoppable U.S. stock market, private equity billionaire Wilbur Ross says he'd advise individual investors to be cautious.
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The euro zone is likely to stay stagnant and the ECB stands ready to act fast to combat low inflation, says President Mario Draghi.
Speculation is growing that OPEC may have no choice but to cut production when it meets on Thanksgiving Day.
Ex-Wall Streeter Turney Duff live blogs the Convenant House Sleep Out, where executives and celebrities sleep on the street for a night to raise awareness and money for homeless youth.
Take a look at some of Thursday's after-hours buzz: Gamestop, Hertz, Gap & more.
Rohit Bansal and Jason Gross had been friends for years, both having worked at the New York Fed. Now both are out of jobs.
Humbled bond manager Bill Gross just got a vote of confidence from one of the most successful investors of all time.
Goldman Sachs is in talks with a Russian buyer, among others, about selling its embattled metal warehousing business.
Take a look at some of Thursday's midday movers: