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Russia will further reduce its oil output to match a global oil cuts deal that expires in June.
Traders are worried that Repatha isn't effective enough to justify the drug's hefty price tag of over $14,500 per year.
A Republican bill to repeal and replace Obamacare has met headwinds from within the GOP caucus in Congress.
Research has shown the program that feeds seniors in fact enhances their diets and nutrition intake, Vox reports.
Among some of the cities hit hardest is Detroit, which Trump implied during his campaign had nothing to lose, NBC News reports.
Being linked to a president whose incoming approval ratings were at a historic low may not burnish the firm’s image, New York Times reports.
Several countries are developing weapons based on nanotechnology that could unleash attacks with mini-nukes and insect-like lethal bots.
Improved communication from the Fed meant that Wednesday’s decision to raise interest rates by 0.25 percent was already priced in by South Africa
Bank CEO Tim Sloan told CNBC that his goal is to reduce the company's capital ratio so it can return more cash to investors.
U.S. stocks closed mixed Friday, dragged down by declines in financial and health care stocks.
Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih on Thursday said relations between his country and the United States have never been better.
Nintendo to double the production of its Switch console due to high demand
Unlike typical branded content, this Sony ad is actually well played, Recode reports.
Chinese firm Ant Financial is confident it will acquire money transfer firm MoneyGram, a move in advance of Ant's expected 2018 IPO.
Kashkari said in a statement the Fed should wait on raising rates until it publishes a detailed plan for how and when it will reduce its $4.5 trillion balance sheet.
Cohn's sale of Chinese stock comes amid ongoing tension between his new boss and the Asian country, NY Times reports.
U.S. factories cranked out more autos, steel and computers in February, the sixth straight monthly increase in manufacturing output.
On Friday, the German chancellor, whose country has Europe's largest economy, will meet with Trump at the White House.
J.C. Penney has released the list of stores it plans to close in an effort to cut costs and grow sales at its strongest locations.
Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price and House Republicans holds a news conference to discuss "efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare, including the first legislative phase — the American Health Care Act."
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The supply of homes for sale is at the lowest level since the Realtors began tracking inventory 18 years ago.
Goldman estimates every percentage point increase of Americans with health insurance yielded a 0.6 percent rise in health employment.
Google's ad troubles are becoming a bigger concern to Wall Street, but analysts have yet to go completely negative on the company.
The failure to pass the GOP's health care bill may increase the zeal to come together on a tax plan. CNBC's John Harwood reports.
Dubravko Lakos, JPMorgan, weighs in on how the market may react to the big health-care vote. With the "Fast Money Halftime Report" traders.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports on the prison education program at San Quentin Prison where inmates are being taught coding and technology job skills.