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Dollar bulls are stuck in a "quagmire" says one strategist, as the Fed stays dovish and Trump policies so far disappoint.
Deutsche Private Wealth Management Larry Adam thinks valuations in the U.S. market are expensive.
Most workers expect their retirement account returns will continue to match or exceed those of the past. That's not likely to happen.
Comey also says he does not know when the investigation will be concluded.
Agencies say ads appearing next to negative content like neo-Nazi and jihadist videos is not just Google's problem.
The large grocery chain is contemplating a merger with the organic food retailer, Bloomberg reports.
President Trump's poll numbers are weaker than ever. Here are three things he can do to boost them, says Jake Novak.
"Our ability to share details with the Congress and the American people is limited when those investigations are still open, which I hope makes sense."
The 2016 holiday season may have been a historic turning point that will take down players in the retail industry, eBay CEO Devin Wenig said.
Despite the drop in oil, one trader sees a rally ahead for the commodity.
The FBI director said under oath there was no evidence to Trump's claims of wiretapping by the Obama administration, NBC News reports.
Target on Monday took a step toward fixing one of its biggest trouble spots.
One analyst thinks Snap could change the television viewing experience on mobile devices.
An easy, affordable way to see the world.
Remember the sliced and diced mortgage-backed bonds that brought down the U.S. economy? They're back — but possibly evolved.
Here's why Russian President Vladimir Putin is benefiting from allegations of election tampering, James Stavridis says.
The Trump administration has denied that the president's campaign cooperated with Russia before the election.
President Trump's net worth following his election is down from his $4.5 billion high in 2015 and 2016.
The bank reports a 55 percent drop in new credit card applications and 43 percent drop in new checking account openings, year over year.
Here's a transcript of Rep. Trey Gowdy grilling FBI Director James Comey before the House Intelligence Committee.