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Dow 20,000 could be back in play Thursday as traders watch economic releases on service sector activity and jobs-related data.
Jim Cramer explains how the President-elect will be able to deregulate several industries, and what that means to the stock market.
"The market is increasingly convinced Donald Trump wasn't kidding around about tackling Mexico," one analyst says.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell on Wednesday, including: Macy's, Kohl's and more.
VMware and Diamond Offshore are two heavily shorted stocks that could be ripe for a squeeze, Credit Suisse says.
President-elect Donald Trump named Jay Clayton, the ultimate Wall Street legal insider, to run the financial watchdog.
The investing landscape has changed, Morgan Stanley's U.S. chief equity strategist says. Now he's becoming more cautious.
Bank of America on Wednesday upgraded Altria to buy from neutral, citing a plethora of positive catalysts.
Investors tend to buy the losing sectors last year and lighten up on the biggest gainers, especially in today's "expensive" market.
Marc Lasry sees the stock market rising higher in 2017 if the data remain positive, particularly unemployment and GDP.
Winfrey said on CBS' "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" that she was down 42.5 pounds on Weight Watchers.
Jim Cramer offered his take on the dollar-peso debacle and how President-Elect Donald Trump should adjust his tweeting strategy.
Jim Cramer picks the top five stocks of the Dow, but anoints only one the winner for the new year.
Jim Cramer reviews the stocks of the S&P 500 to find out if they could run out of fuel in the new year.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell.
Jim Cramer outlines why investors need to watch Washington to determine if the Trump rally can continue.
Tax cuts for consumers could lead to more auto sales, trader Tim Seymour said.
Following Xerox's spinoff of Conduent, Credit Suisse upgraded the document technology company to "outperform" from "neutral."
Earnings will drive the market higher this year, Scott Clemons says.
The outlook for agricultural commodities is seen as improved in 2017 despite demand risk that could pressure corn and soybeans.
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