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A chilled chicken sample from China found containing a bird flu virus was sold by a Hong Kong vendor, SCMP reports.
TD Ameritrade's daily average trades were 726,000 in the fourth quarter, up 49 percent from a year earlier.
Jerome Powell — known more casually as "Jay" — assumes the top Fed position following his nomination by President Donald Trump in November.
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell Tuesday.
Americans could see the price of washing machines soar thanks to President Trump's new tariffs on appliance imports, said Goldman Sachs.
Bank of America customers are protesting a rule change that makes it harder for consumers with low balances to receive free checking, USA Today reports.
Bitcoin recovers after falling below the psychologically key $10,000 for the second time in a week.
The bank says it will boost its branch network by nearly 8 percent as it opens in new markets and adds jobs.
Massive policy changes are giving banks a huge boost, says analyst Dick Bove. Only a recession could slow them down.
Energy and consumer appliance stocks fluctuated after President Trump's decision to implement tariffs on solar cells and washing machines.
Word that COO Anthony Noto is leaving Twitter to be CEO of SoFi sends shares of Twitter lower.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Bitcoin briefly fell Tuesday below the psychologically key $10,000 for the second time in a week.
Badoo, the majority owner of dating app Bumble, which requires women to make the first move, is for sale. It's seeking $1.5 billion.
Leuthold Group’s Jim Paulsen is bracing for a 15 percent pullback.
JPMorgan Chase to increase wages, hire more and open new branches as part of a $20 billion investment following the overhaul of the U.S. tax code.
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