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Heavy hitters in the aerospace and defense industries are in Paris making deals and talking technology.
Wells Fargo chief economist John Silvia says the Fed needs stronger inflation to match up with its dot plot model for 2018.
Jurrien Timmer of Fidelity Investments says the recent selloff in tech stocks is part of a healthy sector rotation for the markets.
Dennis Gartman of The Gartman Letter says the Fed has telegraphed that it is firmly on the path of quiet and gradual tightening of monetary policy.
Oil is moving lower this morning after touching a seven-month low in yesterday’s session.
The Fed looked concerns of lower and weaker economic growth straight in the eyes and decided to hike rates yesterday anyway.
The Washington Post is reporting that the special counsel is investigating President Trump for possible obstruction of justice.
Bruce Kasman, chief economist at JPMorgan Chase, says normal patterns show Fed rates hikes are consistent with good risk appetite around the world.
Boris Schlossberg of BK Asset Management says the consumer is more depressed than the market thinks, and the Fed should consider that as it hikes rates.
Shares of IMAX on the move after announcing a big cost-cutting program.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions takes the hot seat on Capitol Hill.
It’s a big week for the U.S. economy with housing data, retail sales, jobless claims and of course the Fed meeting.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is scrambling to reshuffle her cabinet as her political future hangs in the balance.
Uber's board called an emergency meeting over the weekend and is reportedly considering sidelining its CEO.
Art Hogan of Wunderlich Securities says the level of volatility in currencies has been greater than in equities, which is a relatively new phenomenon.
Simon Derrick of BNY Mellon says the EU was always going to treat the situation as "Brexit means Brexit" no matter the outcome of the UK election.
Citi's chief global political analyst, Tina Fordham, outlines how the markets may be pricing in a Conservative victory in the UK election.
Top UK fund manager Henry Dixon explains how the pound may react to various outcomes of today's snap election.
Sara Eisen and Mike Santoli discuss how Australia's economy has shown growth for a world record run of 103 straight quarters.
UK economist Anatole Kaletsky outlines how the pound may react to various outcomes of tomorrow's general election.