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Investors who have dared to buy into the frontier markets have been richly rewarded in 2017.
Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman speaks with CNBC on how the business community is participating with the new administration.
Snap has investors hoping that the IPO market may finally be taking off, after a virtually lost year in 2016.
FireEye said its chairman and chief financial officer would leave the company.
Shares of underwear maker Hanesbrands sunk following an underwhelming earnings report and weak guidance for 2017.
Goldman's Jan Hatzius shares his views on Trump's policy agenda in an interview on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."
Tom Lee, head of research at Fundstrat Global Advisors, advised clients to get behind financial stocks.
"I think their growth comes at a considerable expense," Cramer says.
Macy's and Canada's Hudson's Bay are in talks that could potentially lead to Macy's sale, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Jefferies on Thursday told investors to turn to companies with high fixed costs as a way to fight inflation.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Trumponomics has already affected Canada's market performance. US and Canada trade relations could be next.
Wall Street gave Amazon a pass on Friday, citing in part the retail giant's lead in the online consumer landscape.
One trader sees a rally in the charts for crude oil, and another way to play the commodity.
If Snap is a camera, then Facebook is a telephone and Twitter's the evening news.
Barclays says the border adjustment tax will hurt retail, food, staples, consumer goods, auto and communication equipment companies.
The overall trend in the market remains up, but there is one slightly troubling development: Transports are deteriorating.
"Many metrics pointing to a market that is trading on best-case-scenario assumptions," JPMorgan says.
The former Treasury secretary discussed his concerns about the Trump administration's "protectionist" policies.
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