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Professionals are starting to worry that stock prices are getting out of hand compared with where they should be.
Amid the 21 pages of changes to the bill that lawmakers have released, one clear winner stands out.
Forbes just released its 2017 Billionaires List, and here's what the five richest men have in common.
CNBC's Bob Pisani takes a look at the markets as they suffer the worst day so far in 2017.
Lockheed Martin's CEO says NATO members are starting to "step up their own defense spending."
The SPDR S&P Bank ETF (KBE) and SPDR S&P Regional Bank ETF (KRE) were down about 4 percent intraday Tuesday.
Frequent Apple bear Toni Sacconaghi hiked his price target on Apple shares to $160, 14 percent above the current price.
Barclays' price target for the S&P 500 is 2,525, representing 6 percent upside from Monday’s close.
Rep. Kevin Brady says now the discussion is how can the border tax be designed to benefit importers.
The potentially biggest political scandal in U.S. history is befuddling a government that can't keep up, says Vox's Zack Beauchamp.
Kohl's is taking a different approach to its store footprint.
Avis shares fell more than 8 percent on Tuesday following bearish commentary from Ally Financial due to used vehicle price declines.
The full House votes on the American Health Care Act on Thursday as a number of Republicans still oppose that bill.
Some store owners worry about how they'll stay solvent if a tax on imports goes through.
"They're still learning about how they can influence AR," Loup Ventures managing partner Gene Munster said.
Actually getting to Mars isn't expected until 2030, NBC News reports.
On Tuesday, Starbucks announced it will now offer select gluten-free food options in its U.S. stores.
The Trump administration clearly doesn't understand what U.S. businesses need to be competitive, says Chris Beatty.
U.S. airlines Silver Airways and Frontier Airlines have become the latest to bow out of Cuba, posing new questions about diplomatic ties.
JPMorgan says corporate tax reform could add a 10 percent benefit to Monster Beverage's earnings per share.