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CNBC's senior market commentator Mike Santoli breaks down the 'Trumponomics' narrative that has recaptured the imagination of hedge fund managers and other tired bulls.
The global sovereign ratings outlook may stay negative until 2018 amid slow economic growth and high public-sector debt, Moody's said Monday.
Earthquakes are rippling through Oklahoma with an intensity so persistent they are almost considered normal.
The second bankruptcy in a year comes as the retailer struggles to overcome years of losses and rising online competition.
Reince Priebus and Steve Bannon have been selected to the top of Donald Trump's new administration. But will the two get along?
Bank stocks have rallied out of Trump's victory. But are they overbought at these levels?
Donald Trump's surprise win had some market watchers comparing it to the Brexit vote, with both events both different and similar.
Demonstrators in major U.S. cities took to the streets on Sunday for a fifth straight day to protest President-elect Donald Trump.
On Sunday morning, Trump again lashed out at the New York Times on Twitter, complaining about "very poor" coverage, according to NBC News
Deal comes at a time when Samsung's mobile phone business has been hit hard by the disastrous withdrawal of the fire-prone Galaxy Note 7.
Siemens said it would pay $37.25 per share for Mentor - which makes software for designing semiconductors.
Asia is more than one-third of world GDP and is the fastest-growing segment of the global economy. But what's the U.S. doing in this market? Not much.
Music streaming has driven down the costs for consumers, but artists are still feeling the pinch.
"He was relaxed and full of good ideas. I'm confident he will be a good President," Farage tweeted.
After a historic week, markets get back to the business of watching the Fed and economic data, but with a very new perspective.
If the markets breaks this key technical level, the stock market rally could be toast.
Donald Trump appears to have burst the bond bubble, putting emerging markets from Mexico to Indonesia at the sharp end of a sell-off.
As an exhausting election cycle draws to a close, the holiday travel season kicks into gear — with lower airfares and the potential for more crowding.
The impact of Donald Trump’s infrastructure plan on global demand was likely to be tiny, making the rally "too much, too fast," Goldman says.