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The S&P 500, the Nasdaq, and the Dow are all set to log five straight winning sessions — a very unusual event.
The Trump loyalist and former NYC mayor was seen as a prime contender for an administration job.
Jim Cramer says he was wrong about the tech stock sell-off, and explains what really happened behind the scenes.
More than 4 million Americans are hit with the alternative minimum tax. Now they are waiting to see if it will be axed next year.
Jim Cramer reviewed the events on his radar for next week, and found one that could bring the rally to a screeching halt.
Researchers have crunched the numbers on the American Dream, and prospects look bleak for Millennials.
The stakes are also high, as Apple recovers from three straight quarters of yearly revenue slides.
Deutsche Bank on Friday alerted clients of a potential shift in weightings taking place within the hedge fund industry.
Jim Cramer explained how Fed news could impact the market next week.
Larry Kudlow told CNBC's "Closing Bell" on Friday that the growth of the U.S. economy makes this the perfect time to issue a 100-year bond.
Just hold Goldman Sachs and let the market take care of itself, Hennessy Funds' David Ellison said.
Jim Cramer goes over the problems that can occur when an activist gets involved, even if it's the best in the business.
As Donald Trump makes more controversial cabinet picks, Jake Novak says he's betting Americans will care more about results than ideology.
Gary Cohn will be bringing worries about Fed policy to Trump's White House.
On Friday, Snapchat is debuting a Nordstrom sponsored lens.
It's not too late to buy into the market, investment expert Katie Nixon told CNBC on Friday.
While some may be optimistic that the market rally will lead to more IPOs in 2017, Sagework's Brian Hamilton isn't so sure.
Four ways Trump's "New deal" can deliver results for urban Americans and a return for investors, says Lyneir Richardson.
Gary Cohn owns about 902,000 Goldman shares, which he may decide to sell to avoid a conflict of interest.