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The Fed was not expected to raise its benchmark interest rate at this week's meeting.
To understand where the Fed thinks interest rates are headed, you have to connect the dots. Here are five years of "dot plots" in an interactive chart.
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DBRS announced Wednesday that it is taking down the Wells Fargo rating from AA to AA (low).
"The Gloom Boom and Doom Report" Publisher Marc Faber won't back down from his bearish call on U.S. stocks.
Analysts and fundamental portfolio managers are trying to shift towards a quantitative approach, Institutional Investor reports.
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Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller highlights striking characteristics the stock market shares with 1929.
U.S. bank CEOs are likely "very afraid" of bitcoin although it remains a viable hedge, says a wealth advisor.
Tata Steel says it has signed a memorandum of understanding with Thyssenkrupp to create a "leading European steel enterprise."
The ultra-wealthy are allocating more of their money to equities and less to hedge funds and real estate, a survey found.
London tech firm TransferWise's "borderless" accounts allow businesses to hold money in many currencies, which could mean big savings.
China's latest crackdown on bitcoin will likely shut down the local industry around the digital currency for good, several analysts said.
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell.
Kristi Mitchem, Wells Fargo Asset Management CEO, says when it comes to money, millennials are less than confident about the markets.
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