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A fifth of major companies report earnings in the week ahead, but markets will pay close attention to President Trump.
Carl Icahn, Trump's special advisor on reform, said he sees the 45th president of the United States taking a confrontational approach to governing.
In a defiant tone reminiscent of the rallies that propelled him into office, President Donald J. Trump Friday vowed to put "America first."
Roubini weighed in with a decidedly unfavorable review as Trump was giving his inaugural address Friday.
Following a morning rally before Donald Trump's inauguration, stocks waffled.
The 'big three' U.S. airlines are cutting back on frills to compete with low-cost carriers, NBC News reports.
The JPMorgan Chase CEO said the 45th president's enthusiasm for economic development is encouraging.
It's not over for the Democrats. Here's how the party can rebuild and win in 2020, says Dustin McKissen.
NAFTA, TPP and healthcare are among the topics that could move markets, Cramer says.
Philadephia Federal Reserve President Patrick Harker said he expects three interest rate increases in 2017 if the labor market improves.
A border tax imposed by the new administration could threaten industry and agriculture in Arkansas, the governor tells CNBC.
Markets across the globe are on a cautious footing as the countdown to President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration begins.
Janet Yellen said on Thursday that the U.S. central bank should continue to raise rates slowly to keep jobs plentiful and inflation low.
Wall Street may be expecting too much from Donald Trump's inauguration speech, and it's his actions that may count more.
Rates could challenge recent highs on the potent combination of a hawkish Yellen and the pro-growth talker Trump.
The apples will be sold pre-sliced in 'grab-and-go' pouches, The Verge reports.
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