The bill, which comes amid speculation that Warren could run for president in 2020, would also create "conflict-free investment opportunities for federal officials with new investment accounts." » Read More
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Inflation running slightly below target shouldn't deter the Fed from raising interest rates, Fed Governor Randal Quarles says.
The Australian dollar is made of polymer, which makes it highly durable and difficult to replicate.
British lawmakers said they are launching an inquiry into digital currencies
The Securities and Exchange Commission says BitFunder was an unregistered securities exchange that defrauded users
With all that has happened in the last few weeks, the Federal Reserve is more hawkish now than during its January meeting, David Kelly says.
Federal Reserve officials see increased growth and an uptick in inflation as justification to continue to raise interest rates gradually.
J.P. Morgan's expansion into new markets will spark a war with other big banks it doesn't plan on losing, according to Morgan Stanley.
Twitter and Snap are more attractive now that Facebook is no longer the "only game in town" for advertisers, GBH Insights says.
Two cryptocurrency exchanges are looking to make bitcoin transactions faster and cheaper with a new software update called SegWit.
David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital suffered its worst performance ever relative to the S&P 500 in January.
Finance Minister Philip Hammond vowed Wednesday to set aside £3 billion ($3.9 billion) for Brexit contingency planning.
China took steps to rein in micro-lenders in the government's latest crackdown on internet finance, sending shares of U.S.-listed firms into a tailspin.
The government hasn't successfully challenged a vertical merger in decades, and this time there could be political motivations.
Stock prices in Asia still have room to run even though the increase may not match that seen in 2017, BlackRock says.
As technology continues to shape the financial industry, banks are embracing digital innovation and are evolving to meet digital disruption head on.
China has been injecting a lot of cash into its market, as Beijing walks a line between curbing debt and keeping the economy stable.
Janet Yellen, the Federal Reserve chair, will speak Tuesday evening at New York University's Stern School in one of the last appearances of her tenure at the central bank.
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell.
If the Santa rally doesn't happen this year, Art Hogan suggests you may want to blame Washington.
Bitcoin prices recovered to reach a record high on Tuesday as investors in the space shrugged off news that another cryptocurrency was hacked.