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The dollar dropped 0.77 percent against the euro, hitting its lowest level against the common currency in more than 2 1/2 years.
Wall Street analysts are surprised over Apple's strong sales guidance for the September quarter.
RBC’s Helima Croft discusses the “biggest geopolitical story” to watch in the oil markets.
The Dow Jones industrial average broke above 22,000 on Wednesday, just 107 trading days after hitting 21,000 for the first time.
One technical analyst predicts that more downside is ahead.
The new digital currency "bitcoin cash" is rapidly rising in price despite lacking support from parts of the cryptocurrency community.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Trader Todd Gordon says the technicals look weak for Tesla ahead of earnings.
Jim Cramer uses technician Mark Sebastian's charts to analyze the CBOE Volatility Index and predict what could be next the fear gauge.
Jim Cramer shares his top tips and stock picks for investors after a three-day pullback in some of the market's leading names.
The full interview with Craig Hodges.
As expectations for the next iPhone overshadow spring sales, the top and bottom line may not be top of mind for many on Wall Street.
Goldman Sachs CFO Marty Chavez said on Tuesday that the market for fixed income trading has not improved much since the second quarter.
The Dow industrials, up almost 3% in July, has notably diverged from the transports, down nearly 4%.
P&G blasted Nelson Peltz's efforts to join the consumer goods conglomerate's board, saying the investor was not entitled to a seat.
Snap could miss out on a growing pool of wealth, as more investors opt for index funds over active fund managers.
Oil futures sold off after a pair of surveys indicated that OPEC's oil output rose again in July.
The full interview with Mark Mobius.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch says mutual funds' technology exposure reached a "record overweight" in July.
The emerging markets specialist says investors are taking their cash and putting it into the overseas markets.
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