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Jim Cramer also warns President Donald Trump to be careful.
The Great Recession "scarred people so significantly that they are reluctant to trust in long-term investments," Raphael Bostic tells CNBC.
U.S. stock futures were higher after Tuesday's basically flat trading. A small gain for the Dow extended its winning streak to three sessions.
Gold recovered early losses Wednesday after President Donald Trump disbanded two of his White House initiatives.
The dollar fell on Wednesday after the release of minutes from the Federal Reserve's July meeting.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi will not deliver a new policy message at the Fed's Jackson Hole conference, two sources said.
Invesco global strategist Kristina Hooper told CNBC investors need to stay protected.
America has a long tradition of business leaders as statesmen and moral leaders. This needs to be honored today, says Larry Summers.
Trump's economy is caught in the crossfire, and growing slower because of it, says Vox's Matt Yglesias.
Easing tensions between the United States and North Korea pushed investors to seek riskier assets such as equities.
The dollar rose to its highest level against a basket of major currencies in nearly three weeks.
Bill Gates has made his largest donation in 17 years, giving away $4.6 billion worth of shares in Microsoft Corp.
Tax reform is the "next big thing" for the stock market, even if the corporate rate isn't slashed to 15 percent, Kevin O'Leary said.
But the yellow metal held near two-month highs touched on Friday as investors kept a close watch on any developments over the Korean peninsula.
The dollar rose as traders unwound bearish bets against the U.S. currency in the wake of increasing tensions with North Korea.
It feels like anything but a summer vacation for Wall Street lately.
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