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The stellar July jobs report just gave the Fed a reason to raise interest rates in September, says Ron Insana.
With less than 100 days until the presidential election, we have now officially entered the unforgiving phase of the cycle, says Chris Kofinis.
The job-creation trend is not looking promising, says NYU Stern professor Venky Venkateswaran.
The big burst of jobs growth is over for now thanks to these two economic forces, says market analyst Peter Boockvar.
Trump has a message that actually appeals to a politically divided country, says Margie Omero. But he can't stick to the script.
Traffic to Trump hotels and casinos has taken a "YUGE" (to use a Trumpian phrase) hit since The Donald announced his candidacy for president, data from Foursquare show.
According to Warren Buffett's preferred method for valuing the stock market, the reward does not justify the risk, says trader Brian Kelly.
After selling Blackboard for $1.6 billion Dan Cane tried to retire, but a routine trip to the doctor sparked another blockbuster idea.
Central bankers are pushing the economy to the brink, says Michael Pento. Here's the mistake they're making.
Two large exploration & production (E&P) companies have reported. Based on recent data, here's what oil companies are doing to cope with $40 crude.
All the high-ranking GOPers defecting from the Trump camp need to get over themselves and realize what's going on in the party, says Jake Novak.
A few months ago, Wall Street was hopping on the Trump train. But now, the street's love affair with the reality TV star seems to be over, says Turney Duff.
If Hillary Clinton's post-convention bounce sticks, she will be the next president, says GOP strategist Sara Fagen.
Today's sell-off reflects a perfect little storm for consumer names. But is the consumer really weakening?
Trump's claim the debates are 'rigged' could be a tactic to gain the upper hand in a contest he's afraid he may loose, says Noah Rothman.
Yes, he's America's billionaire but Warren Buffett's endorsement may not actually be a good thing for Hillary Clinton, says Jake Novak.
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