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The White House should stay the prime focus for markets Wednesday, and President Trump will decide the future of the "Trump trade."
The market has traded in a mere 1.6 percent range in January. That means it is set to log its tightest month since 1965.
The CEO of electric automaker Tesla Motors tweeted that he thinks Tillerson "has the potential to be an excellent Sec of State."
President Donald Trump may have resurrected a number of other oil and gas projects that were languishing.
Jim Cramer revealed his favorite play in the oil space after the Keystone and Dakota Access Pipeline news.
Grover Norquist says he's OK with the so-called border adjustment tax being proposed by the House GOP.
Stocks rose as on Tuesday, with materials spiking more than 2 percent on the back of more executive orders from Donald Trump.
Jim Cramer turned to Carley Garner, who looked at the technical signals for crude and made a startling discovery.
Barclays on Tuesday gave clients a list of its top picks in the small- and mid-cap space.
Jim Cramer pinpoints five of his 'favorite things' that can lift the market independent of Congress.
The interconnections in the North American energy industry are huge and growing.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell on Tuesday.
The path globalization had followed over the past decades has come to an end.
Fluor CEO comments on the impact of President Trump's pipeline plans on the manufacturing industry.
Jim Paulsen, investment strategist for Wells Capital Management, shares with CNBC about market resiliency under the Trump administration.
"Find my AirPods" will help address a big criticism of the $159 wireless earbuds.
JPMorgan presents its favorite drug stock ideas into earnings season.
"Mr. President: if you really want to put America first, label China a currency manipulator," the senator told reporters.
Andi Owen, global brand president of the wear-to-work brand, will exit the company in late February.