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One previous market bull sold all his stocks because of what he saw in the charts.
Appeal to the public that if anyone knows the attacker, his associates or recent movements, they should contact the police.
Shares of Finish Line dropped Friday after the company reported earnings that missed expectations.
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BMO Capital Markets says the financials sector earnings will rise by 18 percent this year, the fastest growth rate in the market.
US Treasury Secretary says robots won't affect US jobs for at least 50 years.
The Senate moved to strip consumer privacy rules that had just been created in October.
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TransCanada on Friday said the U.S. Department of State has signed and issued a presidential permit to construct the Keystone XL Pipeline.
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White House budget director Mick Mulvaney also tells CNBC he's not sure the administration has enough votes for passage.
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China is willing to pay scientists 15 percent more in compensation to lure them away from the US, according to a report in the WSJ.
Top strategists have gotten more optimistic on stocks, just as the S&P 500 has pulled back slightly from records, according to CNBC's latest Market Strategist Survey.
Manafort, whose ties to Russia have drawn scrutiny, "voluntarily offered" to come to the committee, Rep. Nunes said.
In early 20th century America, Sears was the place to buy a home, USA Today reports.