With geopolitical risks on the rise and bitcoin at a record high, boosters are championing the crypto-currency as a rival to safe-haven gold.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell on Wednesday, including: Macy's, Kohl's and more.
"The market is increasingly convinced Donald Trump wasn't kidding around about tackling Mexico," one analyst says.
The Federal Open Market Committee in December approved its first rate hike in a year and indicated that three more may be on the way.
With yields on the rise and a more inflationary economy in view, Calstrs' Christopher Ailman says to keep an eye on fixed income.
Winfrey said on CBS' "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" that she was down 42.5 pounds on Weight Watchers.
Financial news and education site lists the top 10 financial terms of 2016, from Trumponomics and fintech to NAFTA.
Excitement over bank stocks since President-elect Donald Trump's victory looks a little overheated, the analyst is telling clients.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Investment banking fees fell in 2016, dragged down by a 23 percent fall in equity capital market fees.
Some experts believe the financials are about to have another banner year.
Big banks are trying to loosen or eliminate the Volcker rule against using depositors' funds for speculative bets on the bank's own account.
Investors pulled $19.3 billion from BlackRock's U.S.-based actively managed mutual funds in 2016, a record high.
U.S. stocks have rallied since the election, but investors should think about getting out by Trump’s inauguration, Morgan Stanley said.
Markets await the Fed's minutes Wednesday for any clues on what the central bank is looking for from Donald Trump this year.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell.
While the president-elect slapped GM and Ford for making cars in Mexico, they are not that country's biggest automotive export.
Following Xerox's spinoff of Conduent, Credit Suisse upgraded the document technology company to "outperform" from "neutral."
One technician sees a comeback in store for the embattled health-care sector.
American banks likely will have a new chief regulator soon, with one of the most likely candidates a welcome name to Wall Street.
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