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Jim Cramer spoke with United Technologies CEO Greg Hayes, who shed light on his conversation with President-elect Donald Trump.
Market attention may center Tuesday on monetary policy, as traders await major central bank meetings over the next several days.
The vice president told reporters that he's "not committing not to run."
The U.S. and China both could be seriously hurt if Trump's rhetoric turns into economic retribution by either side.
For how tumultuous of a year it's been for business and politics, it's fitting 2016 should end with U.S. banks as an oasis of stability.
A quirk of the Dow's construction and a bit of luck have combined to help the 30-stock index outperform mightily.
Since Trump's victory, rising mortgage rates have made homes the least affordable since the Great Recession.
Jim Cramer spoke with United Technologies CEO Greg Hayes, who says the genie of globalization is not going back in the bottle.
Some major employers are offering signing bonuses of $100,000.
The judge made the decision after the jury said they could not come to a unanimous verdict, NBC News reports.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell on Monday, including Amazon, TherapeuticsMD and more.
Donald Trump's tariff threats may be a useful tool to keep jobs from moving out of the country, manufacturing expert Scott Paul says.
There are several tools at Donald Trump's disposal for him follow through on trade threats.
Amazon is also considering at least two types of bigger stores, including a store with curbside pick-up and a drive-through option, The Wall Street Journal reports.
The S&P energy sector has surged more than 22 percent so far in 2016.
Almost 9.4 million Obamacare customers were set to receive nearly $33 billion in tax credits to reduce their monthly health insurance premiums this year.
'Bond-market vigilantes' could make a comeback if some of Trump's policy plans come to fruition, says trader Jack Ablin.
The companies will share "hashes" of extremist content they have removed to enable their peers to identify the same content.
Apple was the only major wearable vendor to see a decline.