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The next two years could see a struggle between Trump's pro-growth agenda and tightening monetary policy, Peter Boockvar says.
The markets have a lot of catching up to do, and until the Fed sees excess, the bull will keep running, strategist Bob Doll says.
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Instinent says Qualcomm needs approval for its NXP Semiconductors merger from U.S., China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and the EU.
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The biggest driver of the markets will be just how well the new administration implements its plans, some analysts say.
Stocks may have struggled in the past two weeks, but one top strategist predicts the rally will regain momentum.
T-Mobile could be involved in tie-up with Sprint, or be acquired by a cable company, JP Morgan said
Shares of Walgreen Boots Alliance and Rite Aid are trading lower after the merger of the two drugstore companies is facing US antitrust concerns.
The Apple chip provider reported first quarter earnings of $1.61 per share on revenues of $914 million.
Former materials and engineering heavyweight splits earnings into Arconic and Alcoa.
Trump offered precious little about the issues that would matter most to earnings: tax cuts and infrastructure spending.
Forty-two firms have posted quarterly results as of Wednesday, and FactSet said 11 discussed tax policy in their conference calls.
"Ultimately something is going to happen," one FX strategist said. "But probably it's not going to be as extreme as some people had assumed."
Following a morning rally before Donald Trump's inauguration, stocks waffled.
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