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The 'Billy Graham rule' is outdated and counterproductive. Instead, employ prudence, writes Karen Swallow Prior.
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Here are the 'unwelcome surprises' that could give investors pause in the weeks ahead, says Ron Insana.
The market's big inflation expectations may soon deflate, warns Max Wolff of 55 Capital.
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Democrats' are threatening to filibuster Gorsuch nomination. Here's how that could backfire, says Jake Novak.
If the Fed can't 'slim down' on its own, here's what Congress can do, says Cato Institute's George Selgin.
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There was one sentiment that stood out at a recent movie theater owners' conference — denial, Bryan Bishop writes in The Verge.
President Trump and Congress can redeem themselves by cutting corporate taxes, Larry Kudlow says.
The world wanted stocks in the first quarter. We can see this in the numbers with U.S. markets, Europe and emerging markets.
The Trump trade may have been tested in March, but money kept flowing into stocks.
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