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Market commentator Marc Faber faced a growing backlash Tuesday for his racially charged comments.
If Janet Yellen isn't reappointed at Fed, it could be bad news for stocks, Oppenheimer's John Stoltzfus says.
Credit Suisse and Jefferies analysts both expressed concerns that much of Netflix's revenue will be offset by mounting content expenses.
President Donald Trump has a pool of five candidates to choose from for the next chair of the Federal Reserve.
Thirty years after Black Monday, the market is different but has similar characteristics, Financial Times reports.
Marc "Dr. Doom" Faber has launched a racially charged diatribe, alleging that the U.S. is great primarily because it is ruled by white people.
"A regime change can be a little more rattling and unnerving for markets," said Ryan Sweet at Moody's Analytics.
Kazakhstan would follow in the footsteps of a number of countries and regulators to indicate interest in its own cryptocurrency.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
General Electric must "seriously" consider cutting its dividend in addition to a weighty EPS reset, according to Goldman Sachs.
Goldman Sachs posts third-quarter earnings that easily beat expectations on the top and bottom lines.
The stock fell up to 21 percent after Merlin forecast core earnings for 2017 in the range of 470 million pounds to 480 million pounds ($622-$636 million).
Morgan Stanley's fixed income and equities traders navigated a tough environment better than peers at firms such as JPMorgan.
Activist investor RBR Capital Advisors is launching a campaign for breaking up Swiss bank Credit Suisse Group AG into three parts, the Financial Times reported on Monday.
Investors, like the many businesses that have shifted their headquarters out of Catalonia, rarely like uncertainty.
North Korea is so weak, its economy might not last long under tough U.N. sanctions, a high-ranking defector said.
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