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Citing robust growth and a generational low in unemployment, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell emphasized the central bank's commitment to further interest rate hikes in a speech Wednesday.
Deutsche Bank upgraded Citigroup shares to buy from hold, noting the stock could get a boost from beaten-down levels given upcoming stress test results and a better business environment.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
A stronger economy is keeping workers in the job market and dissuading many Americans from seeking social security benefits, The New York Times reports.
A bidding war for Fox's movie production and other assets has raised the price of a deal by nearly $20 billion since December.
Federated Investors' Phil Orlando says investors should brace for a "summer air pocket."
Bithumb said on Twitter it was temporarily suspending deposit and withdrawal services, following the security breach.
A $2 billion fraud at India's Punjab National Bank may have been orchestrated by a few rogue employees, but it escaped detection because of widespread risk-control and monitoring lapses in many areas of the bank, an internal report said.
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell.
Pro-inflation policies coming from Washington, D.C., are causing trouble for the market, says Richard Bernstein.
Endemol Shine, co-owned by 21st Century Fox and Apollo Global Management, has hired Deutsche Bank and Liontree to seek a sale, according to sources.
Despite trade war fears and market declines, the economic backdrop remains strong, analysts say.
A look at the events since President Donald Trump's campaign that led up to the tariff announcements and war of words in the last several days.
The NYU economics professor says this is a "moment of some degree of fragility."
Despite escalating trade threats between the United States and China, Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein says the two countries will avoid mutually-assured destruction.
Several experienced market veterans predict the U.S. and China will eventually reach a satisfactory trade deal.