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Asian markets closed higher on Wednesday, following the rise in U.S. indexes on the back of strong earnings announcements.
Credit Suisse has just reported first quarter earnings which show Switzerland's second-largest bank beating expectations.
Analysts had forecast the company to report earnings of 74 cents per share on $40.53 billion in revenue.
The temporary ruling was issued in a lawsuit over the executive order targeting so-called sanctuary cities.
Marissa Mayer's five-year tenure at Yahoo produced few results but made her a boatload of money.
TipRanks identifies the corporate insiders with the best-performing track records and the stocks they are buying.
It's taking bigger deals to get consumers to buy new vehicles.
Jim Cramer inspects the correlation between the S&P 500 and the VIX to explain the market's surge.
Chipotle is expected to post earnings of $1.27 per share on $1.05 billion in revenue, according to Thompson Reuters estimates.
The iPhone 8 may be slower than the Galaxy S8 if Apple doesn't use modems with support for Gigabit LTE networks. Here's why it might not.
Chipotle Mexican Grill is hoping that something sweet will continue to spark sales for the company.
EpiPen's seller Mylan drew criticism last summer for having hiked its price by more than 500 percent over the past decade.
One trader is looking at basic materials stocks to continue their rally.
Perrigo dropped after-hours trading after the firm restated financial statements from 12 different periods, including two full fiscal years.
The Trump administration argues that government subsidies for Canadian lumber are unfair.
President Trump moved to slap tariffs on Canadian lumber, stoking a smoldering trade dispute with America's second-largest trading partner.
Fidelity found that most older workers didn't understand the basics of the retirement program, even though two-thirds said they did.
The market has become a bit complacent in the face of heightened political uncertainty surrounding Trump's agenda, Larry Glazer said.
Walt Disney Studios revealed on Tuesday that the "Frozen" sequel will arrive in theaters in November 2019.
The answer to whether the rally in large-caps will continue may be found in one chart — of small-caps.