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There is reason to believe the earnings recession could come to an end in the second quarter.
Wall Street banks reported ugly quarters for FICC trading desks, which took a beating in a volatile market.
It was hard to go a week last year without hearing another story about a start-up threatening the existence of the banks. Challenger banks are no exception.
Energy stocks are leading a modest market rally.
To legalize marijuana nationwide, start by taking it off this international list, says cannabis industry expert David Dinenberg.
If the market rally is to continue, investors may have to find another sugar daddy.
UBS sees oil falling to $30 a barrel after world producers failed to agree on a production freeze at the weekend meeting in Doha.
Bernie Sanders is gaining on his rival Hillary Clinton. But here's why he wins, even if he loses, says media strategist Mark Macias.
Stocks are trading at the high end of their trading range and are also expensive.
"Rank and yank" — or ranking employees in any way — doesn't work says Monster's human-resources chief. Here's what you do instead.
Consumers' shift to digital offerings increases as demand grows for fintech products over banks, an industry survey says.
Without a thorough revision of trade rules, the U.S. will be left holding the bag with a rapidly increasing external debt.
Companies with more female or LGBT senior staff outperform those that do not, according to a Credit Suisse report.
Here are a few ways investors can minimize taxes on their equities from First Quadrant's Paul Goldwhite.
The biggest banks on Wall Street manage their way through a tough quarter by cutting head count.
Cruz has a targeted strategy in New York. But will it be enough to defeat Trump in the April 19 primary? Here's a breakdown from two GOP strategists.
Bernie Sanders just doesn't have the math to back up his plan to break up big banks and tax Wall Street, says this HFT advocate.
Consumers have been the missing link in the U.S. economic recovery and are likely to remain so absent a major change in sentiment.
There’s a new mantra making the rounds on Wall Street: “Who’s the Chinese buyer we’ve never heard of?,” explains BreakingViews columnist Rob Cox.
After underperforming last year, dividend-paying stocks and ETFs are back on top, handily outperforming the overall market. Here's how to play it.
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