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"Stocks are higher because of the interest rate environment," billionaire Bill Gates tells CNBC.
Citi says Trump's proposal to lower the U.S. corporate tax rate to 15 percent would add 6 percent to Apple's earnings-per-share.
"You need Putin to solve the Middle East," and Exxon Mobil's Rex Tillerson as American's top diplomat understands that, says Tom Barrack, chairman of Trump's Inaugural Committee.
Fade the manager with the brand-new Maserati, trust the one driving a Honda Odyssey. At least, that's what a new paper suggests.
In addition to the Fed raising rates this week, 44 percent of respondents see a May hike, too.
Wal-Mart will be closing earlier this year on Christmas Eve, but it has a range of options for last-minute shoppers.
Shari Redstone's company says it's "not the right time to merge" CBS and Viacom.
Market rallies are the result of a "romance" with President-elect Donald Trump's proposed policies, Allianz's Mohamed El-Erian tells CNBC.
Revenue is down 30% on West 56th Street, and shop owners are not happy.
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Trump reportedly gets only about one briefing per week.
Funds are streaming into passively managed funds, but some financial advisors still make the case for active portfolio management.
As Iraq battles against terrorists, a few investors aren't entirely deterred from seeing opportunities in the war-weary country.
"What it leads to is more job destruction, and less job creation, especially for average typical people," author Martin Ford told CNBC.
Market watcher Harry Dent predicts 'once in a lifetime' market crash, says Dow could plunge 17,000 points.
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The president-elect's fight to stop U.S. companies from moving jobs overseas is garnering support from an unlikely group.
Rising interest rates and Trump's pro-growth policies will help major financial institution, Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan tells CNBC.
For investors, the near-term ramifications likely will be more gains in the stock market. But the picture down the road isn't as simple.