U.S. stock index futures traded lower on Thursday as traders digested economic data.
Equities in the United States climbed to new highs on Wednesday as investors parsed through key economic data.
U.S. equities posted new record highs as investors digested testimony from the top Federal Reserve official.
U.S. stocks rose on Monday, notching fresh record highs, as investors remained bullish on President Donald Trump's economic agenda.
Trump offered wrong information when he was arguing that U.S. pipeline makers should not use foreign pipes.
Trump on Monday reiterated his insistence that pipeline makers use U.S. materials when they build projects in the United States.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Stocks closed at all-time highs after a series of executive orders from President Donald Trump increased bullish sentiment on Wall Street.
The “Fast Money” traders discuss whether President Trump revived his own rally, as the S&P and Nasdaq hits new record highs.
Stocks rose as on Tuesday, with materials spiking more than 2 percent on the back of more executive orders from Donald Trump.
Katie Bays, Height Analytics, discusses winners and losers from President Trump's revival of Dakota Access and Keystone XL oil pipelines.
President Donald Trump moved to advance construction on oil pipeline projects that have been fiercely disputed.
TransCanada releases an official statement on the Keystone XL pipeline following Donald Trump's executive order to move forward on both Keystone and Dakota Access pipelines. CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports the latest on President Trump's energy policy ideas as he is set to sign an executive order on the Dakota Pipeline.
Moving to Canada might be extreme in the wake of Trump's election, but there are a few good reasons to move stock market bets there.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Wednesday, as investors prepared for more earnings, while awaiting the latest Fed decision.
As the Fed meets this week, the markets are beginning to sweat over the election.
Columbia Pipeline Partners jumped intraday Monday after TransCanada said its unit offered to buy it for $848 million in cash.
His plan says little about fundamental economics that have sent crude oil prices spiraling and cut U.S. dependence on coal.
Wall Street — and the stock market — may now be comfortable with the idea of a Hillary Clinton victory, but her policies could be negative for many companies.