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A fifth of major companies report earnings in the week ahead, but markets will pay close attention to President Trump.
Following a morning rally before Donald Trump's inauguration, stocks waffled.
The order also directs agencies to give greater flexibility to states in implementing the health care law, NBC News reports.
Donald Trump had an opportunity to start his administration on a positive, uplifting note. He chose not to, Politico's Ben White says
Apple says Qualcomm has been "charging royalties for technologies they have nothing to do with."
The market likes Trump's pro-growth policies but is concerned about his protectionist tendencies, Allianz's Mohamed El-Erian said.
Regulators suspended plans to cut FHA premiums.
Boeing aircraft and U.S. soybeans may be among U.S. goods targeted by China if trade tensions escalate and Beijing retaliates.
Washington police used tear gas and pepper spray as they tried to control protesters swarming downtown DC.
References to climate change were removed from the White House website immediately after Donald Trump took office.
Bill Gross shares his views on President Trump and the markets in an exclusive interview on CNBC.
Carl Icahn, Trump's special advisor on reform, said he sees the 45th president of the United States taking a confrontational approach to governing.
On Friday, President Donald Trump gave his first speech as president of the United States at his inauguration.
Jim Cramer eyed an Apple player that blew the doors off its earnings on a day filled with political headlines.
The central bank's board expressed concerns whether the cash could be replaced quickly enough.
Jim Cramer weighs the pros and cons of how stocks will react in a Trump administration.
Because Snap is one of the only major IPOs in the pipeline, bankers are "struggling to generate fees," the Wall Street Journal reported.
Jim Cramer questions the impact on stocks of the 'buy and hire American' notion of President Trump.
Jim Cramer reviews the stocks and events on his radar next week with the caveat that politics could reign supreme over earnings.