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President Donald Trump on Tuesday escalated his assault on the Federal Reserve, calling it "my biggest threat."
Bank executives point to a good environment, in which consumers are spending and companies are investing. Yet, the market seems to be focused on one thing: rising interest rates.
Lyft has hired J.P. Morgan to lead its planned 2019 IPO, which could value the company at more than $15 billion.
Shares of discount retailer Dollar Tree jumped on Tuesday after The New York Post reported investor Carl Icahn had taken a stake in the company.
The investment bank, now led by David Solomon, has undertaken a review of its four main divisions to boost returns, incoming Chief Financial Officer Stephen Scherr says.
Investment banking beat expectations, fueled by initial public offerings in its equities capital markets business.
Morgan Stanley tops expectations on the top and bottom lines on strong investment banking results that saw revenues in the division climb 15 percent over the past year.
Shares of BlackRock, the largest asset manager in the world, fell on Tuesday after the company posted a weaker-than-expected revenue for the third quarter.
Several analysts have come out of the woodwork in the last few weeks predicting not just a U.S. growth slowdown, but the start of a recession in 2020.
Raymond James' Jeffrey Saut suggests bailing on stocks will be a costly mistake.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell on Monday.
The stock market is in the middle of a rolling bear market and the bear will be back for more, says Morgan Stanley's Mike Wilson.
The S&P 500 on average registers more daily moves of at least 1 percent in October than in any other month, according to data from CFRA Research going back to 1950. The data show 10.3 percent of such moves that happen in a year occur in October.
Fidelity Investments, which handles more than $7.2 trillion in client assets, announced a new and separate company called Fidelity Digital Asset Services on Monday.
The bank's third-quarter earnings are 43 percent higher than a year earlier.
While investors wait for the sequel to last week's market sell-off, Goldman Sachs strategists think the worst of it already may have passed.
Goldman Sachs and Raymond James slash their 12-month forecasts for Netflix on concern that rising interest rates will eat away at the valuation of the high-flying internet company.
Apple earnings may disappoint investors because of a marked deterioration in Chinese demand for iPhones, Goldman Sachs say.
Major digital currencies edged higher on Monday as tether, a controversial token designed to be pegged to the U.S. dollar, fell more than 2 percent.