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Dollar bulls are stuck in a "quagmire" says one strategist, as the Fed stays dovish and Trump policies so far disappoint.
One historical analysis shows that when the Fed takes it slow, stocks can take it easy.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch predicts Workday will generate $2.6 billion in sales during fiscal 2019.
New rules on S&P 500 market capitalization took effect Monday, affecting the inclusion of six stocks.
Jefferies predicts AMD will capture 4 percent of the performance processor market in 2018.
Goldman expects fertilizer prices to "materially improve" in 2018 and beyond.
The head of an investment managers industry group says the order to delay implementation of fiduciary rule will not only hurt investors but also their advisors.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch says FireEye's new cloud security and management software will drive demand later this year.
John Zhao, CEO of Hony Capital, offered a frank assessment of Chinese capital controls at the China Development Forum in Beijing.
Wal-Mart on Friday confirmed that it has acquired ModCloth, a specialty online apparel retailer that caters to curvy women.
Cowen raises its fiscal 2017 iPhone unit estimate to 223 million from 218 million.
Bank CEO Tim Sloan told CNBC that his goal is to reduce the company's capital ratio so it can return more cash to investors.
Investor withdrawals and fund liquidations came even as the industry's total assets surpassed $3 trillion for the time.
Buy on the prospect of deregulation. Sell on the enactment of deregulation.
U.S. shale frackers have proven resilient during a more than two-year oil price downturn, and a recovery is now in order, Dale Redman said.
Shares of Adobe Systems reached an all-time intraday high on Friday, more than 30 years after going public.
After a record-breaking year in 2015, the value of private equity deals in Asia Pacific fell 25.8 percent last year, a Bain & Company report showed.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Tiffany reported better-than-expected quarterly profit, helped by strong demand for its jewelry in Japan and China, as well as price hikes and lower costs.
Jim Cramer digs into Canada Goose’s growth pipeline and how the high-cost winter wear company could thrive.
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