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Here are some of the books are Wall Streeters are taking to the beach this summer and what they say about the state of the market.
Economists warn that Britain will suffer if it leaves the EU. BreakingViews' Edward Chancellor says those arguments are overblown.
Trump wants to overthrow the establishment. He's a disrupter. That's exactly what the US needs to fix the economy, says Larry Kudlow.
CNBC's Bob Pisani explains whether investors missed the recent rally in gold or if there's still time to get behind it.
Here are 10 troubling similarities between the mortgage market in 2008 and the advertising market in 2016, explains Optimal.com CEO Rob Leathern.
Britain has a huge amount to gain from EU projects. The economic case for staying in the EU is powerful, says BreakingViews founder Hugo Dixon.
Former senator Judd Gregg warns that Puerto Rico is on the verge of "economic cardiac arrest" and urges the Senate to pass debt bill PROMESA.
"Million Dollar Listing" star Luis D. Ortiz talks about his crazy ride from teenage runaway to real estate power broker and reality TV star.
Elections are not the best way to ensure that judges can decide cases objectively, insulated from political pressure, says Steve Odland.
The stock market's main Fed confusion stems from not knowing how much weight the central bank places on external factors like Brexit.
The Fed may have been dovish in its statement but investors shouldn't be too worried, says Northern Trust investment chief Jim McDonald.
Whether Trump or Clinton is elected president, getting new gun-control laws passed IS possible, says Jake Novak.
This Microsoft-LinkedIn deal means we are decidedly at the start of a new era in software, says venture capital investor Gordon Ritter.
It's fair to say there are similar forces driving both Trumpism and support for a Brexit. But there are stark differences too.
Despite a recent weak jobs report, UBS still expects the Fed to raise rates twice this year. Here's the timing.
Gun stocks, like clockwork, rallied after the Orlando shooting but here's why that's a risky move, says BreakingViews Editor-in-Chief Rob Cox.
German bond yields just went negative. Here’s why that’s a big deal—and why the Fed’s hands may be tied, explains Ron Insana.
The pundits are wrong about Hillary Clinton's best pick for VP. There's really only one name that makes sense, says Jake Novak.
U.S. and foreign investors have woken up to the fact that a Brexit could become a reality.
Tthe old corporate freebies and jollies are potentially on the wane and the corporate boxes are perhaps a little bit thinner this year.