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Because Snap is one of the only major IPOs in the pipeline, bankers are "struggling to generate fees," the Wall Street Journal reported.
Jim Cramer questions the impact on stocks of the 'buy and hire American' notion of President Trump.
Jim Cramer reviews the stocks and events on his radar next week with the caveat that politics could reign supreme over earnings.
People are waiting for plans to repeal Obamacare to commence, but analyst Terry Haines believes that process will take longer than expected.
Both Mattis and Kelly won with overwhelming Senate approval.
Microsoft will cut about 700 positions across the company as part of its previously announced plan to slash 2,850 jobs by June.
In a defiant tone reminiscent of the rallies that propelled him into office, President Donald J. Trump Friday vowed to put "America first."
Roubini weighed in with a decidedly unfavorable review as Trump was giving his inaugural address Friday.
Whenever Trump's National Day of Patriotism may fall, it shouldn't be confused with previous presidential proclamations of Patriot Day.
Financials may have pared back some of their gains, but all signs point to a positive outlook, former Wells Fargo CEO Dick Kovacevich said.
History suggests the stock market will give Trump a warm welcome to the presidency, but it will be up to him how long the honeymoon lasts.
The JPMorgan Chase CEO said the 45th president's enthusiasm for economic development is encouraging.
Slideshow of guests arriving at the Capitol for the inauguration.
As President Trump signs the first executive orders, Barron Trump steals the show.
Stephen Weiss of Short Hills Capital Partners reviews the main factors driving stocks into next week.
The real driver of the country's economic expansion is productivity, and 2 to 3 percent growth is needed, Bill Gross says.
Trump will giving Cabinet members wide latitude to make policy. That could cause serious problems, says Vox writer Andrew Prokop.
Wall Street women — though often tough, tenacious and outspoken — are not a crowd accustomed to street protest, The NYT reports.
Take a look at both Obama and Trump's inaugurations.
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