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Wells Fargo had been the largest by market cap since 2013, based on closing values.
Atlanta Fed President Dennis Lockhart has served in his role since March 1, 2007.
Republicans want to repeal Obamacare, but millions of people could lose coverage if that happens.
"Because we sort of kept it behind the scenes, it's largely misunderstood," Dalio says at the Delivering Alpha conference.
Veteran trader Dennis Gartman explains why a Trump presidency will be "enormously bearish" for stocks and bonds, but good for gold.
Investors remain very wary after the global financial crisis, the CEO of a mammoth asset manager said Tuesday.
Given a menu of all the challenges facing economic growth, the former Treasury secretary believes the U.S. political situation is the worst.
A new report finds political uncertainty on Main Street is growing.
CNBC analyzed the top stocks and sectors that are most closely tracking the S&P 500.
Neither Donald Trump nor Hillary Clinton likely will not take markets down with them, one money manager says at Delivering Alpha.
With interest rates low and stock valuations high, the traditional 60-40 portfolio split of stocks to bonds no longer cuts it, said Mark Carhart.
Wells Fargo has not done enough to address the problems brought to light in its $190 million settlement over secret accounts, Sheila Bair tells CNBC.
U.S. News & World Report announced its annual rankings of more than 1,600 four-year colleges and universities.
Cases like Wells Fargo's creation of phony accounts for customers highlight the need for strong banking regulation, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew says.
"The rich have gotten richer and the poor have gotten poorer," the EPI reports.
Macquarie downgrades Netflix to underperform from neutral. Here's why.
U.S. wireless carriers Sprint and T- Mobile US said on Tuesday they received strong pre-orders for Apple's iPhone 7.
Talk of the Federal Reserve raising interest rates briefly has rattled markets. Here's what you can do.
Stocks opened sharply lower on Tuesday, as investors kept an eye on oil prices and speculation over when the Fed could raise rates.