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The Commerce Department says the gross domestic product, the total output of goods and services, grew by just 0.7 percent in the first quarter following a gain of 2.1 percent in the fourth quarter.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Friday urged the United Nations to take new sanctions against North Korea.
Economists expected the University of Michigan's Consumer Sentiment Index to hit 98 in April, according to Thomson Reuters.
Vince's warning comes as the number of retail bankruptcies climbs toward a post-recession high.
Credit Suisse reiterates its outperform rating on Apple into the company's earnings report next week.
Congress is expected to pass a measure to keep the government running for a week while it negotiates a longer-term funding bill.
Growth slips to the worst pace in three years, but inflation jumped the most in six years.
Jeff Bezos' net worth just passed $80 billion, putting him within $5 billion of becoming the world's richest man.
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The noted economist says stormy days could be ahead for the economy and the market.
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Marijuana assets are cheap. Now is the time to invest, says Chris Leavy.
Capacity is currently much more of a concern for ETF issuers and portfolio managers than the much-talked-about myth of ETF liquidity.
Warren says she's "troubled" by reports that Barack Obama will be paid $400,000 to speak at a health care conference put on by a Wall Street firm.
Some GOP lawmakers are rallying around the idea that less taxation is more important than less debt, in a break from their party’s vocal deficit hawks. NYT reports.
The Republican answer to health care aims to provide Americans with more choice, Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price tells CNBC.