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President Donald Trump's options for the future Federal Reserve leadership could include not one but two of the top contenders.
Veteran investor Bill Miller joined scores of fellow fund managers in declaring his own bullish views on equities.
House flipping requires fast access to money, and developers are willing to pay higher interest rates for it, N.Y. Times reports.
Wells Fargo is accused of forcing borrowers to buy unneeded auto insurance when they took out a car loan, N.Y. Times reports.
Bitcoin surged 5 percent to a record high above $6,000 on high trading volume Friday.
The AI Powered Equity ETF debuted this week. It's an actively managed fund that seeks to use AI to beat the market.
Questions about whether GE should reduce its 4.07 percent dividend yield arose after the company reported disappointing quarterly earnings.
Lyft has had talks with investment banks about an initial public offering next year, according to two people briefed on the discussions, the NYT reports.
Masayoshi Son said SoftBank would likely invest in 1,000 companies over the next decade, Recode reports.
Deep-pocketed financiers have enabled startups to spurn the regulatory hassles of an IPO even as they become larger than many public companies.
Sweden's AB Volvo reported a bigger-than-expected rise in quarterly core earnings on Friday as stronger demand for heavy trucks more than offset costs stemming from strains on its supply chain.
The expansion of the Internet of Things means smart devices could start doing the shopping and paying the bills.
The jobs of both the president of the Eurogroup and Euro Working Group will soon be up for grabs as incumbents step down at the end of the year.
Oil giant Saudi Aramco is readying what's set to be the biggest initial public offering ever, but many investors aren't all that interested.
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell.
The stock market could crash again like it did 30 years ago on Black Monday, strategist Jim Paulsen of Leuthold Group said Thursday.
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