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Douglas Feagin, SVP and head of global business at Ant Financial, addressed concerns about the company's asset-backed securities.
The chief information officer for one of Asia's largest banks said he believes bitcoin is a financial scam.
Bob Wright told CNBC he's going to trust the history of GE and the quality of the people there. "They just need to be given a chance to lead.”
Paul Singer's Elliott Management is adding to its bet on NXP Semiconductor.
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Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway bought more Apple shares before their latest jump to all-time highs.
In the third quarter, Tiger dissolved its stake in Google parent Alphabet but increased holdings in the other 'FANG' stocks, a filing shows.
One of the top three worries for investors is a crash in global bond markets, according to the BofAML November Global Fund Manager Survey.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller is seeing some worrying signs in the monthly sentiment survey at the Yale School of Management.
Strategist Ed Clissold shared his market outlook in a exclusive interview with CNBC PRO's Mike Santoli.
Mohamed El-Erian is being considered by the White House for Fed vice chairman.
Online e-commerce will exacerbate the already-competitive supermarket backdrop and spells uncertainty for grocers.
The Federal Reserve should keep its benchmark interest rate at current levels until there is an upswing in inflation, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said on Tuesday.
Al-Arab, chairman of Egypt's Commercial International Bank (CIB), said that fintech firms were not disruptive to the financial services.
AT&T may request communications between the White House and DOJ about the planned takeover of Time Warner, Bloomberg reports, citing sources.
GE's dividend could still be in danger even after the industrial giant slashed it in half, analysts at JPMorgan say.
There isn’t a doubt in any American’s mind that the men and women who serve in our military perform an enormous service to us all. Our very security depends on them. Yet their value as veterans in the civilian world can be underestimated.
Coca-Cola shares are set for a breakout thanks to successes overseas and a possible venture into alcoholic beverages, Wells Fargo says.
Janet Yellen says one of the challenges for the Fed is how its multiple members communicate with the public.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller sees potentially dangerous issues surrounding the growing popularity of index funds and ETFs.
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