The 39 respondents to the CNBC Fed Survey now say by a 47-37 percent margin that the best outcome for the economy is if Clinton wins.
Wednesday is the anniversary of the Aug. 24 'flash crash,' in which the Dow fell 1,000 points in early trading. It's not the first time the markets have crashed.
Shares of Express sink after the company reported weaker-than-expected quarterly sales and earnings.
Big banks are being eyed by activist investors; it could mean more changes to strategy.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A Fed rate hike is looking more likely for September. And that's just one of the headwinds facing the stock market in the fall, says John Kilduff.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com sees the emerging markets continuing their rise, and he shows traders how to play EEM.
Sean Stewart is likely to go to jail after his father, who made $150,000 from trading on tips passed by his son, refused to testify in his defense.
Priscilla Hancock of JPMorgan Asset Management explains when she believes the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates.
Four of Europe and the U.S.'s biggest banks have joined forces to work on a digital-only cash system, which they hope to launch in two years' time.
After Tuesday's surprise pop in new home sales, mortgage applications and existing home sales Wednesday should be a focus.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell on Tuesday.
The furniture maker said it saw its quarterly same-store sales decline by 1.9 percent.
UBS analysts upgraded their rating of CF Industries and increased a 12-month price target, sending the company's shares higher.
Clovis Oncology shares shot up more than 26 percent Tuesday after the FDA accepted the company's new drug application.
In a year that has had little good news for hedge funds comes one positive tidbit: holdings of stocks outside the large-cap space have done well.
Alphabet has climbed 1,700 percent since it went public as Google. But 10 other current S&P 500 stocks, mostly in tech, have eclipsed those gains.
As major averages continue to scale new highs, one Wall Street firm believes the stock market rally is getting overdone.
Both Tesla Motors and SolarCity shares gave up their gains after Tesla announced new versions of its Model S and Model X.
The backdrop for the S&P's 15 percent rise is a market that is expecting a "one-and-wait" interest rate cycle, Todd Gordon says.
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