After a historic week, markets get back to the business of watching the Fed and economic data, but with a very new perspective.
The U.S. presidential election this week sent some stock sectors surging and others plunging as investors moved their money around.
The markets were expected to tank if Trump won. Here's why that's not happening ...yet, says Vox writer Timothy B. Lee.
The Dow Jones industrial average may have hit all-time highs on Thursday, but it's still far behind the Russell 2000 for the week.
Jeff Gundlach shares his market views in an interview with CNBC's Scott Wapner.
Jeffrey Gundlach also tells CNBC the rise in Treasury yields "is about 80 percent of the way through."
The Bloomberg report said final bids for the American identity-theft-protection company are due this month.
Donald Trump's political ride has been anything but predictable. But his presidency may follow at least something that resembles a script.
One clue is that the number of positive sectors in the S&P 500 has broadened from two to six since the election, with financials surging.
As economists ruminate over the possibilities of a Trump presidency, the market is telling us what's about to happen, says Ron Insana.
Bankers have many skills that can be very valuable to the military, says Wall Streeter and Navy Reservist Kabir Sehgal.
In his first comments since the election, Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer says he welcomes the possibility of more fiscal stimulus.
Fundamentals and long-term focus should trump political uncertainty when making your investment decisions, says UBS's Mark Haefele.
Now that Donald Trump has been elected, tech entrepreneur Peter Thiel looks forward to a president who will pick his battles wisely.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Even with weakness in some of Wall Street's favorite tech names, traders are hoping to see the Trump rally push the S&P 500 to new highs fairly soon.
Shares of Nvidia surged more than 10 percent in after-hours trade Thursday.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell, including Disney, Nvidia and Nordstrom.
Trading is back, another big beneficiary of a Trump win: many brokerage firms, stock exchanges and asset managers are up double-digits this week.
The Dow Jones industrial average had a remarkable day Thursday.
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