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Experts scramble to factor Trump's corporate tax plans into the 2017 earnings equation.
One sector in particular could benefit most if corporate taxes fall under President-elect Trump.
In the last week there have been more than four insider sale transactions for every one purchase of NYSE stocks, according to Vickers.
Blackstone CEO Steve Schwartzman said he expected to see a "very substantial reversal of regulations of all types," after Trump's victory.
If you want to build your portfolio for the new tax environment, keep one word in mind: income. Here are smart moves to make now.
Julian Emanuel, U.S. equity and derivatives strategist at UBS, shares his investment playbook for 2017.
The drug is for the treatment of moderate to severe menapause symptoms like hot flashes and night sweats.
Microsoft won EU antitrust approval on Tuesday for its $26 billion bid for LinkedIn, its largest ever acquisition.
Oppenheimer predicts shares of Pandora could rally as much as 57 percent on a potential merger with Sirius XM.
Shares of Chipotle Mexican Grill fall more than 5 percent after the company said it's "nervous" about hitting its guidance for the year.
Brian Moynihan, Bank of America's CEO, shared his views on the market and regulatory environment in an interview with CNBC's Wilfred Frost.
More than a third of stocks on the S&P 500 have missed out on the "Trump bump" that's lifted the overall market since Election Day.
He said that if the stock is not cheap compared to its intrinsic value, he would generally rather pay out capital to existing shareholder.
Shares of Teva dropped 5 percent Tuesday after the company announced the head of its global generic medicine group will step down.
Evercore ISI raises its 2017 Netflix domestic subscriber estimate to 52.9 million from 51.8 million on lower-than-expected competition.
Jim Cramer goes over the pros and cons of what Donald Trump means for stocks.
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