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The U.S. dollar retraced most of its early weakness on Monday before the Federal Reserve is expected to hike rates.
Wharton School finance professor Jeremy Siegel believes equities will moderate in 2018 thanks to Federal Reserve activity and politics.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York will soon narrow its search for candidates to fill what is considered the Fed's second-most powerful job.
U.S. stock futures were higher this morning, as investors kept an eye on the latest bitcoin moves and the Federal Reserve.
The incoming Fed chair appears set to let an expected tax cut run its course as weak wage growth and inflation buttress his view that the economy remains underpowered.
Wall Street is watching bitcoin trading this week as futures trading, which allows bets against the cryptocurrency, began on Sunday evening. Plus, a Fed meeting and more.
Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen didn't expect to become a central bank 'rock star', but a big fan base is sad to see her go.
Jim Cramer provided his thoughts on bitcoin as investors brace for its trading debut on the futures exchange on Sunday.
Jim Cramer asked investors to be prepared for market volatility going into a week with bitcoin, tech and taxes front and center.
November's solid jobs gain and modest wage growth show a strong economy with still low inflation, a perfect recipe for stock market gains.
The chairman and CEO of Omega Advisors characterized it as "reasonably fully valued."
Gold prices dropped to their lowest level in four months on Thursday.
Bond guru Bill Gross thinks investors need to "be careful in 2018" and cites six areas they need to watch as the calendar is set to turn.
Jim Cramer discussed the top 10 factors that weigh on him as he tries to make you money going into the new year.
"What's the difference between bitcoin and trying to figure out the Super Bowl? I mean it's gambling," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
The surprisingly weak revised data suggests that inflation could remain benign for a while.
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