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Former short-term interest-rate trader Alexis Stenfors recalls in The Conversation the day the credit crunch hit.
Why banks won't be able to get away with paying depositors those low interest rates for much longer, says Dick Bove.
Bill Miller's Income Strategy has sold a high flying jail stock and placed a bet on malls, despite the threat of e-commerce through Amazon.com.
Never before had central banks worked together to avoid global recession, USA Today reports.
BMO downgraded Starbucks after research indicated that the annual increase in store overlap may be hurting sales.
The "Fast Money" traders shared their moves for first hours of the trading day.
U.S. stocks are at record levels, and one of Wall Street's top strategists is "scared senseless" of betting against them.
The bitcoin community is looking towards the Lightning Network, which enables instant transactions, after SegWit is implemented.
CNBC's Mike Santoli explains how investing in the stock market a decade ago just before the financial crisis has turned out.
Traditional safe-haven trades heat up as tensions between the United States and North Korea escalated.
Even with strong market returns and high investor sentiment, Wall Street continues to lay off its own.
The Swiss franc, the U.S. dollar and even the euro might be the best options for investors trading currencies in the face of rising threats from North Korea, analysts told CNBC.
Fidelity Investments Inc has started allowing clients to use its website to view their holdings of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
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Bitcoin's jump to record highs this week put the digital currency close to tripling the price of gold.
U.S. companies most exposed to Europe, such as McDonald's and Activision Blizzard, should benefit from dollar slump, Credit Suisse said.
The U.S. ETF that tracks South Korean stocks erased its gains on a report that North Korea can now fit nuclear weapons into missiles.
Global growth, weak dollar boost Dow profits but the crude rally fails to lift oil stocks
DoubleLine CEO Jeff Gundlach expects his bet for a slight decline in the S&P 500 will return 400 percent.
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