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AlphaShark's Andrew Keene thinks Cliffs Natural Resources is heading higher.
President-elect Trump says he will return the American economy to its historic long-term growth rate. But here are two ways he could blow it, says author David Smick.
The answer lies in where we are in the markets right now: priced for perfection.
But the attorney says Trump will not divest his business or create a true blind trust, as ethics organizations have called for him to do.
Citi Research forecasts Conagra Brands will grow its earnings-per-share by 9 percent a year through 2020.
Tom Barrack believes a "border adjustment tax" may come in at only 10 percent — not the 20 percent being discussed.
This year, fewer individuals can expect to get the details of their retirement benefits in the mail.
"By many measures, this has been a dividend recovery with a distinct set of winners and losers," according to the report.
The president-elect did not discuss infrastructure spending or tax cuts that the markets had been hoping to get more details on.
The plan is for the Gigafactory to not directly consume any fossil fuels, The Verge reports.
The secretary of State nominee was pressed on the issue by Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, who ran against Donald Trump for the GOP nomination.
On Twitter, he calls the reports "unfair" and says "Russia has never tried to use leverage over me."
An analysis of corporate CEOs visiting Trump Tower shows that their stocks have risen and outperformed the market on the day of their visit with Trump.
Wells Fargo Securities initiated a group of software stocks with an outperform rating,
Critics of Tillerson leading the State department have focused on his ties to Russia and lack of government experience.
Pitchbook’s founder and CEO, John Gabbert, refused to take “no” for an answer
Dr. David Shulkin, Trump's designated VA secretary, was appointed undersecretary of health by President Obama.
Cindy Gallop knows how to make a risk pay off.
If the allegations are true, they will spark criminal investigations and Congressional probes, says Yochi Dreazen.