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Sharp market declines in December showed that, while they've made progress diversifying their businesses, big banks like Morgan Stanley are still exposed to the whims of the market.
Just days after raising prices, Netflix reports earnings after the bell and Wall Street is raising its expectations into the release.
Reduced profit expectations, Federal Reserve actions and elevated corporate debt are factors conspiring to limit market upside, the bank said.
Investors should consider buying three exchange-traded funds that track emerging markets, short-duration U.S. bonds and merger arbitrage, according to an investor who specializes in ETFs.
"It wouldn't have happened without him," Buffett said.
A number of government-funded rental assistance programs are in jeopardy as the longest shutdown in U.S. history wears on.
General Electric may yet sell its valuable aviation financing and leasing business, GE Capital Aviation Services, as the embattled conglomerate looks at ways to boost its fallen value.
The social network was worth $31 billion after its public debut in March 2017. Now it's less than $8 billion.
Morgan Stanley's two biggest businesses suffered declines amid last year's whipsawing markets.
Planning for what happens to your assets upon your death helps ensure that your children end up inheriting what you want them to have.
U.S. government debt yields rose on Thursday amid news the U.S. could lower tariffs on Chinese goods as both countries continue negotiation on the trade front.
Long sentences and complex language make most bank websites unreadable for the typical customer, according to a new report.
Avalon Advisors' Bill Stone sees the S&P 500 reaching at least 3,000 by the end of the year.
Bogle, who died Wednesday, devised the index fund in 1975 as a way for retail investors to be able to compete with the pros.
Jim Cramer breaks down the potential behind struggling shipping giant UPS.
Jim Cramer explains why there's been more merger and acquisition activity in recent months and says it's "just getting started."
Jim Cramer races through his responses to callers' stock questions, including one on social media platform Twitter.
Despite some weaker economic data, the stock market should continue to "drift" higher, says top J.P. Morgan strategist Marko Kolanovic.
Here's what Wall Street is saying about the death of investing legend Jack Bogle.
Jim Cramer says Lululemon, Yeti Holdings and Crocs offer insight into a different, higher-performing part of the broader retail sector.