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Jim Cramer sheds light on why the president's tax plan might create wealth, but not jobs.
JPMorgan Chase economists are forecasting first quarter growth of just 0.4 percent, barely a positive pulse.
Casino stocks are surging this year, and the options market is implying some big moves for two names that are reporting earnings this week.
Shares of Wynn Resorts closed up almost 6 percent after the company reported strong earnings.
The Trump administration plan to cut corporate taxes was met with skepticism because it could boost the deficit and drive up interest rates.
Credit Suisse reiterates its outperform rating on 21st Century Fox shares.
Stocks have kept faith that the president will deliver on his promises as he nears his 100th day, but bonds are skeptical.
Marc Faber has a warning for investors buying U.S. stocks.
A week after Trump's announcement that he would be starting a probe into imported steel, steel stocks tumbled on weak U.S. Steel results.
Here's how Wall Street is trading President Trump's tax plan.
The wholesale retailer announced Tuesday a special dividend of $7 a share.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the early market hours.
Online advertising has yet to see a "real breakthrough" that allows other players to compete with Facebook and Google, Scott McNealy says.
A strangely confident market move could point to much more upside for stocks.
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