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Alcoa posted its worst day since 2009 after the U.S. Treasury Department issued a six-month reprieve on sanctions levied against a top Russian aluminum competitor.
The price of bitcoin rose above $9,000 over the weekend as the cryptocurrency extended post-Tax Day gains.
The fed funds futures market Monday morning gave almost a 50 percent probability that the central bank would move one more time in December.
Needham downgrades Lululemon to hold from buy, saying the company is facing tough year-over-year comparisons.
Under Armour's "robust" international growth should help the athletic apparel retailer reach attainable earnings goals, according to Deutsche Bank.
Analysts at Citi upgrade Caterpillar to buy from neutral, saying the industrial giant will benefit from improvements in the Chinese construction sector.
Verizon shares should outperform the market in 2018 thanks to "any number of factors," Barclays says.
China, Japan and the EU are defying Trump’s trade policies – and are getting away with it, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Further escalation of trade tensions could raise worries about the global economic recovery, a top Federal Reserve official said Friday.
A sea change in economic conditions has pushed interest rates considerably lower than they were in the past and are likely to stay there for a while, San Francisco Fed President John Williams said Friday.
Barclays CEO Jes Staley will likely not pay more than $2 million in total fines to UK regulators for his attempt to discover the identity of a whistleblower, according to people familiar with the situation.
Brazil and Mexico have caught the eye of U.S. executives as investment destinations after a sharp economic turnaround in Latin America. The surge in interest in Brazil and Mexico as deals destinations comes at a tricky time for both countries.
Many cryptocurrency analysts attributed much of bitcoin's decline in the last two months to investors cashing out to pay taxes on last year's massive capital gains.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch downgraded Procter & Gamble to neutral from buy, based on the view it will be more difficult than expected for the business to grow.
European leaders can build trust and fight populist threats by touting the economic benefits of closer integration, Italian Finance Minister Pier Carlo Padoan said Thursday.
Wells Fargo shares rise after the bank agrees to pay $1 billion to settle allegations from multiple regulators it engaged in lending abuses.
Amazon's burgeoning cloud computing platform and its central retail business should lead to a "steady and iterative" year for the company, according to Credit Suisse.
1Malaysia Development Berhad is financially healthy, CEO Arul Kanda Kandasamy told CNBC.
Barclays will now be required to report to U.K. financial regulators on certain aspects of their whistleblowing programs.
JPMorgan is considering spinning off Quorum, its blockchain platform, because the technology has attracted significant outside interest.