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The financiers on the roster range from former U.S. ambassadors to real estate executives, according to a list obtained by CNBC.
Some investors say they are paying more attention to the report's potential impact on whether the president can reach a trade agreement with China.
Investors' biggest fear about the finance industry – that the big banks' main profit-making engine will sputter – is becoming apparent.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves midday Wednesday.
It was all so damn long ago: CNBC was born on April 17, 1989.
Qualcomm stock jumped more than 23% on the settlement news Tuesday and another 12% Wednesday. Here are the companies that have had similar surges.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Tech giant Apple and Qualcomm settled a legal dispute over royalties and patents, and it has Wall Street analysts buzzing.
CFRA's Sam Stovall suggests the stock market will hit a setback next month.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The only way a potential merger between Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank would make sense is by making massive job cuts across the two firms, a strategist told CNBC Wednesday.
Morgan Stanley generated $2.4 billion in first-quarter profit, or $1.39 per share, versus the $1.17 estimate of analysts surveyed by Refinitiv.
Goldman Sachs Chief Executive David Solomon said Wednesday that the chances of the U.S. economy soon entering a recession are lower now than they were earlier this year.
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell on April 16.
Netflix says the streaming pie is big enough for other players as millions of people turn away from the traditional cable bundle and live linear television.
Early earnings returns from the first quarter are in, and there is a clear warning: higher wage costs, higher raw material costs, and higher transport costs are weighing on earnings.
Industrial production was negative for the first quarter since the third quarter of 2017, and that could signal weaker economic growth than some economists expect.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves midday Tuesday.
ValueAct Capital founder and CEO Jeff Ubben is increasingly betting on electricity, including adding a private investment in hydrogen-fueled truck company Nikola Motor.
Global fund managers have positioned their portfolios for slower growth and lower interest rates.