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After listening to comments from President Barack Obama, CNBC’s Larry Kudlow said on his current track, the president was facing “a rat’s nest" of woes.
Companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Qualcomm, Tesla, Zillow & more
With the GOP taking control of both houses of Congress, at least one pro thinks some big changes lie ahead, especially in the energy sector.
The GOP's takeover of the Senate is barely moving stocks. Major averages are mostly moving off of oil.
Using crisis-level policies at a time when the economy and market had clearly come out of crisis just didn't seem to make a lot of sense anymore.
Gold and silver have been crushed this week, burned by the rising dollar and the outflow of money looking for a home in stocks and other investments.
To ensure compliance with the upcoming Volcker Rule, Goldman Sachs is getting rid of its hedge fund investments, reports the New York Times.
Some of Wednesday's midday movers:
Greenlight Capital founder David Einhorn is tweaking his bets after losing money in a "frustrating" third quarter.
Investors say shares of coal and natural gas companies, and medical device makers, have not yet fully priced in the Republican blowout in the election.
After all, a better-than-expected employment picture could mean the Fed will have to move early, says veteran trader Art Cashin.
Fundamentals, technicals—everything points to the bulls being back in charge of this market, says Ron Insana.
Regulators have tried to stop the banks they regulate from arranging certain types of leveraged loan deals, reports the New York Times.
The Dow has not had a loss in a pre-election year since 1939, a statistic that suggests stocks could be up again in 2015.
Republicans likely will use their new-found power to take on a variety of issues, but none more so than tax reform.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Some investors salivate when midterm elections cycle through because they are turning to a very simple strategy to profit from the political season.
The final national races before the 2016 presidential contest hold potentially important consequences for investors and business people.
Experts said the yen's decline is set to continue past Friday's six-year low that came after surprise stimulus by the Bank of Japan.
Speaking a week after the U.S. central bank ended its quantitative easing policy, Fisher described Chair Janet Yellen as "impressively balanced."
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