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The new Apple Card will have a variable interest rate, and will probably be available to people with only fair credit scores. While it has no fees attached, there are new fees for the closely Apple Pay Cash service.
January's international trade data could show the U.S. trade gap was affected by trade friction and tariffs when it is reported Wednesday morning, economists said.
Apple is working with Goldman Sachs and Mastercard to launch a credit card that could pose a threat to fintech companies and regional banks.
Goldman Sachs strategists say this yield curve inversion is unusual, and it's not sending the same powerful recession signal it has in the past.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves midday Tuesday.
The average bonus paid to Wall Street traders dipped by more than $30,000 despite a jump of 11 percent in securities industry profits.
Beware market bulls: The stock market's stellar rebound this year could be driven merely by a short-lived trend.
Three months after the inversion, insurance and industrial stocks tend to do the best, while defensive stocks tend to outperform 12 months after.
The card, revealed at an elaborate Apple event, is hamstrung by the still-limited reach of Apple Pay, according to analysts led by Goldman's Rod Hall.
Economic slowdown jitters are driving investors to a sector that has little potential for gains, according to National Securities’ Art Hogan.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Things might look a little gloomy in the world's biggest economy, but the U.S. is standing out as the only game in town to produce real growth.
Bank of America's tech chief Cathy Bessant wades into the debate about blockchain, whose proponents claim will be as significant as the internet.
European equities closed higher on Tuesday as fears over a possible recession faded and investors concentrated on corporate news.
The bond market is signaling both a possible recession looming and the chance the Fed could have to cut rates this year to stop it.
Contrary to reports, the former president and co-chief operating officer at Goldman has not interviewed for the Wells position.