To play a possible Trump-inspired trade war, look to counter-intuitive investments in China and Russia, said JPMorgan's Adrian Mowat.
These are the stocks moving after the bell: Boeing, Wells Fargo, Verifone and more.
Cohn will be leaving to join the administration of President-elect Donald Trump, sources told CNBC.
A number of events, analysts say, could quickly trip up the post-election surge in U.S. stocks.
There's joy in the U.S. oil patch, as other major producers joined OPEC in a deal to slash crude production.
In a new tweet, Trump targets Lockheed Martin, saying "billions of dollars can and will be saved on military."
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Gary Cohn will be bringing worries about Fed policy to Trump's White House.
The soaring Wall Street is a tough short.
Key health care industry groups are telling the incoming Republican administration and Congress that it's not a good idea to repeal the 2010 health care law without clear plans to address the consequences.
The long-anticipated Fed interest rate hike is expected Wednesday, but markets are looking elsewhere.
The company said the amount includes $5.2 million in settlement funds and $3.8 million in attorney fees.
Duluth reported earnings of 1 cent per share on revenues of $67 million, and revised its fiscal 2016 outlook.
It's all about what market pros call "correlation," or the tendency of individual stocks to move up and down together.
For the first time in months, oil industry officials are hopeful that crude prices could stick above $50 per barrel.
The home-furnishings company gave weak current-quarter guidance, blaming the U.S. election and delayed deliveries.
Sky said, however, a formal offer has not been made, nor is there any certainty that Fox will make an offer to acquire Sky.
Donald Trump's pick to head the Labor Department is an outspoken immigration supporter whose views seem to clash with the president-elect.
Banks have been the best performer since Election Day, rallying more than 18 percent since that time to their highest since 2007.
Stock ownership is increasingly concentrated in the hands of the wealthy.
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