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A growing divide in the mortgage market has emerged between refinance applications and those needed to purchase a home.
Severe weather warnings were in effect in the southern U.S. on Wednesday as the deadly storm that slammed the region this week churned on.
Emerging market equities are outperforming stocks in developed economies this year, but the trend could be short lived, UBS' Geoff Dennis says.
Hacking has risen in recent years in two major attack types: data theft and data ransom. But there’s an ever bigger threat on the horizon.
Google is launching Google Destinations, drawing on its vast data, to offer suggested best dates, best airfares and average hotel prices.
Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin expects to begin flying paying passengers in 2018, Bezos told reporters on Tuesday.
One technician is warning investors not to be fooled by the recent run in Apple shares.
Wednesday marks the seven-year anniversary of the start of the current bull market, one more notable for its duration than its intensity.
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What Donald Trump keeps saying about Ted Cruz does not align with the facts, Jack Welch says.
After months worrying about falling oil prices, investor concern could now turn to how high oil prices can go before it starts to sting stocks.
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Seeing candidates threatening to add trillions to the deficit or start trade wars is going to have economic consequences.
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