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Tesla said Wednesday that it remains on track to begin production of its Model 3 sedan in July.
The stock has surged more than 34 percent in the past year, hitting an all-time intraday high of $19.03 a share on Tuesday.
As expected, the Fed gave a nod to a temporary weakness in the economy and signaled it is still moving ahead with policy tightening.
Copper prices dropped Wednesday after a jump in inventories increased worries about a slowdown in China's economy.
The company — which also includes Instagram, Messenger and WhatsApp — is the largest digital banner ad company.
Tesla posted a wider-than-expected first-quarter loss but said that its mass market Model 3 remains on track to begin production in July.
The company reported that quarterly circulation revenue increased by 11.2 percent.
Apple CEO Tim Cook sat down with Cramer on Tuesday ahead and discussed China ahead of a longer interview that airs Tuesday evening.
Apple CEO Tim Cook did a wide-ranging interview with CNBC "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer about earnings, new projects, and Apple's role in U.S. job creation
An earlier CBO score of a prior version of the bill projected that 24 million more people would become uninsured by 2026.
Some GOP House members holding out on support for a health-care overhaul face contentious re-election races next year.
Fitbit reported first-quarter results after the bell Wednesday.
The vote follows two days of partisan spin on the nearly $1.2 trillion measure, which came about after weeks of negotiations.
The US is falling behind other countries like Canada in air travel technology, Gina Chon & Lauren Silva Laughlin write in Breakingviews.
Aetna announced earlier this year that it was exiting Iowa's market in 2018.
CNBC's Jim Crammer talks to Apple CEO Tim Cook about the company and jobs.
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This is a comparison of Wednesday's FOMC statement with the one issued after the Fed's previous policy-making meeting on March 15.
The Federal Open Market Committee was expected to hold its Fed funds target rate range steady at the conclusion of its two-day meeting.
Scott Minerd was hoping the Fed would provide a stronger indication about when it was going to start reducing its $4.5 trillion balance sheet.