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Repatriating cash kept offshore by US companies should be a top priority of the Trump administration, the CEO of Nasdaq says.
Fundstrat's Tom Lee says the last three times the Republicans swept the presidency and both houses of Congress it was bullish for the stock market.
Corrections Corporations of America and GEO Group soar following Republican victories, after months of declines.
Positive earnings growth in the third quarter could point to gains ahead for the market.
As the market sorts out who will benefit and who will not during a Donald Trump administration, count one in the winner's bracket: banks.
Barry Glassman of Glassman Wealth Services outlines what lies ahead on the financial landscape now that Donald Trump is president-elect.
Nelson Peltz shares his views on the election, Donald Trump and the market in an interview with CNBC's Scott Wapner.
Jim O'Neill, the former chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management who coined the term "BRIC," shares his views on the global economy.
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.
On the campaign trail, the president-elect promised to bring back mining jobs and lamented U.S. regulations on clean coal.
Cashin also says on CNBC Donald Trump will be watched on how he handles relations with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
President-elect Trump campaigned on a promise to transform the American economy. Here's how he plans to pull it off.
Traders were not expecting was a flat opening.
Wall St. sage: Don’t make any sudden moves, and don’t listen to the fearmongers. Keep investing in volatile markets; it helps your returns.
Marc Faber shares his views on the market, trade deals and the election with CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."
Smith & Wesson and Sturm, Ruger & Co. each fell after Trump defeated Hillary Clinton, and Republicans retained the House and the Senate.
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