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Thursday's blast of earnings news, including some tech bellwethers, could help set the stage for new stock market highs in the near future.
It's also a complicated issue that will take a lot of continuing work because of the consequences of direct military action, Panetta said.
Las Vegas Sands missed on its earnings but said on the call it was optimistic about possible Japan casino development opportunities.
Rather than use the money for hiring and capital purchases, companies plowed the cash into buybacks and dividends.
One trader sees more record highs for Netflix, urging investors to buy on Wednesday's pullback.
Stocks like Apple with large overseas cash hoards pared their gains Wednesday.
Trump previously said he wanted to renegotiate NAFTA, arguing that the agreement has punished American workers and companies.
So far this year, markets abroad are leaving U.S. equities in the dust, and some strategists say the outperformance could continue to accelerate.
The world’s shipping players have a vested interest in preserving free global trade, and they’ve grown unsettled by rising protectionism.
At the APOS summit in Indonesia, global media players discussed the keys to breaking into the Asia Pacific market.
President Donald Trump has a few paths to open more U.S. waters to offshore drilling, but little opportunity for shortcuts.
The landmark 2015 Obama-era net neutrality rules could soon be overturned, the FCC chairman said Wednesday.
In the process of raising $1 billion for early cancer detection, start-up Grail has added venture capital veteran Brook Byers to board.
Shkreli is accused of defrauding his former drug company out of millions to pay back hedge-fund investors he allegedly ripped off.
Markets in Asia were mostly lower in Thursday trade following the lower close on Wall Street on the lack of detail in Trump's tax plans.
Mnuchin confirms that President Trump's tax plan will call for a 15 percent corporate rate.
Let's get real. Trump's tax cuts are not going to pay for themselves, says Ron Insana.
Jim Cramer says Canada-based pipeline company Enbridge stands to seriously benefit from the president's initiatives.
President Donald Trump invited all 100 members of the Senate to attend a briefing on North Korea.