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Bank capital is under severe pressure because managements are giving away literally hundreds of billions of dollars in stock buybacks and what remains is being eroded by higher interest rates.
If you're sneaking cash payments to your nanny in 2018, you can expect to miss out on this $1,050 tax credit. How to clean up your books and get a break, as well.
"The only thing that really worries me about the economy right now is what the Fed is doing," says the "Trumponomics" co-author.
The "Options Action" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Billionaire investor Paul Tudor Jones says the stock market's wild ride will continue in 2019.
Tightening financial conditions and intensified skittishness over trade will cause the Federal Reserve to follow a less aggressive path when it comes to hiking rates, according to Goldman Sachs.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Japanese carmaker Nissan wants to keep former Chairman Carlos Ghosn and his family from going back to their apartment in Copacabana for fear they would destroy evidence, The Financial Times reports.
Wall Street's top marijuana analyst likes Marlboro maker Altria's $1.8 billion investment in Canadian pot company Cronos Group, telling clients the move represents a "unique entry into cannabis."
Ned Davis Research's Ed Clissold suggests this is no ordinary stock market correction.
Zopa Chief Executive Jaidev Janardana said the fintech firm would look into how to go about raising the extra capital "early next year."
Stocks rose on Monday, erasing sharp losses from earlier in the day, as shares of technology companies posted strong rebounds across the board.
Although falling stocks and rising interest rates will continue to weigh on sentiment, those negatives are likely to be offset by higher wages and retreating oil prices, Goldman says in a research note to clients.
No company wants their proposed deal to become a political football in the 2020 presidential campaign. Plus, it will take some time for capital markets to digest megadeals like AT&T-Time Warner and Disney Fox.
Russell Investments' Doug Gordon blames uncertainty for the stock market downturn.
Stocks could continue to take a beating and aim for a retest of lows, after one of the most brutal weeks for the market this year.