"Now we have to go up, up, up," Trump says.
CNBC's data partner Kensho looks at stock market performance the weeks before and after presidential inaugurations.
The business community will be waiting to see if the president-elect's oft-tweeted plans will become legislation, Adena Friedman says.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Companies are counting on the benefits of going public as big names like Snap gear up for IPOs, NYSE President Tom Farley says.
Nasdaq Vice Chairman Bruce Aust says the number of IPOs expected before year-end has tapered back, but there’s a lot lined up for 2017.
Nasdaq Vice Chairman Bruce Aust talks about the state of the private and public markets, with added comment on energy and tech IPOs.
Breitbart News has been blocked by one of the largest advertising networks serving digital publishers due to hate speech.
Bankers have many skills that can be very valuable to the military, says Wall Streeter and Navy Reservist Kabir Sehgal.
CNBC’s Arjun Kharpal sits down with Nasdaq CEO Bob Greifeld, and asks him what he thinks a Trump presidency will do for business.
Repatriating cash kept offshore by US companies should be a top priority of the Trump administration, the CEO of Nasdaq says.
Bob Greifeld, the chief executive officer of Nasdaq, projected that more than 100 million shares would be traded at the session open Wednesday.
Nasdaq Vice Chairman Bruce Aust takes a look at what impact the U.S. election has had on the mindset of tech companies, and how the IPO market has fared.
Analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters expect Facebook to report earnings per share of 97 cents on revenue of $6.921 billion.
Jim Cramer was shocked at the strong performance of exchange stocks, thanks to a recent wave of consolidation.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day including Gilead, Twitter and more.
These names may be worth a look too as they usually follow in the blue chip's footsteps
One day after the second-lowest daily volume of the year, U.S. equities have been trading in a very tight range amid extremely low volatility.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich needs to wean the company off its PC dependence, ride the next wave of innovation, and avoid a repeat of its mobile misses.
The Fast Money Traders discuss what sectors are hot.