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Some strategists say stocks selling off point to protectionist policies on trade down the line, which could be bad news for many large American companies.
Iconix is exploring a sale of its majority stake in Peanuts Worldwide, which owns the rights to cartoon strip characters Snoopy and Charlie Brown.
Washington became the first state to sue the Trump administration with a filing Monday over the president's executive order restricting refugees and immigration. It likely will not be standing alone for long.
The US-led coalition against Islamic State has expanded support since Trump came to office; Syrian groups spokesman.
Prime Minister Theresa May's meeting with Enda Kenny has been overshadowed by the reaction to Donald Trump's immigration restrictions.
Analysts have been carefully assessing how French elections in May could deal a "severe blow" to the European Union.
The Fed kicks off a two-day meeting Tuesday, but it may end up being a day where earnings reports matter most.
The U.S. Senate advanced the nomination of Rex Tillerson on Monday to be President Donald Trump's secretary of State.
Technology companies are expected to challenge President Donald Trump's immigration order.
Euro zone officials received a slew of good news on Tuesday morning with stronger-than-expected growth and inflation figures and a falling unemployment rate.
Twitter has signed a deal with Sky to live-stream "Deadline Day" – the final day for soccer clubs in the U.K. to hire new players.
The German lender Deutsche Bank has received a new $204 million bill for inadequate anti-money laundering controls.
U.S. President Donald Trump has criticized the high prices of prescription drugs in the past.
The Bank of Japan raised its economic growth forecasts, but kept its policy unchanged, as was widely expected.
Disruptive companies could benefit from less regulation and a more favorable M&A climate.
On Monday, U.S. equities saw their worst day of 2017, as Trump's executive order on immigration sent jitters through the market.
Trump offered wrong information when he was arguing that U.S. pipeline makers should not use foreign pipes.
Jim Cramer decodes the market's reaction to President Trump and how to stay ahead of the tweeting game.
Jim Cramer offered his take on what should make investors ready to sell surrounding earnings, political policy and more.
Regulators say "mirror trades" allowed Russian clients to move $10 billion out of the country.