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Over time, JPMorgan Chase will be "boosting jobs and wages more than we otherwise would have" if corporate taxes are cut, CEO said.
J.Jill slashed its expectations for same-store sales in the fiscal third quarter, now calling for a decline of between 3 and 5 percent.
Guggenheim said Disney's shift to pay-television and direct-to-consumer video products will weigh on the stock, due to initial investment.
Investment bank research states investors have three reasons to worry less about a bear market.
Oil prices are unlikely to reach $60 per barrel anytime soon as hawkish forecasters continue to ignore the "elephant in the room", a senior economist told CNBC Wednesday.
The CEO of a major European bank offered a stark warning for his industry on Thursday, suggesting that years of accommodative policy by global central banks could quickly turn sour.
Speculation that China could reverse the ban of cryptocurrency exchanges is driving sentiment.
Eaton Vance's Michael Allison believes stocks could surge another 5 percent to 10 percent more if tax reform is passed.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
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CNBC analysis using Kensho historical trends shows that the third-quarter earnings season results in the best stock performance, on average.
The president claimed that rising market capitalization meant that "maybe in a sense, we're reducing debt."
CNBC used Estimize to find stocks that investors believe will report higher earnings than Wall Street analysts.
The market's next move could hinge on efforts to cut corporate taxes.
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Jim Cramer dives into how the Sports Authority bankruptcy dimmed the outlook for retailers like Nike and Under Armour.
Jim Cramer likens the stock market to fishing and gives five reasons for why so many different stocks are rallying.
Signs of faster pay growth threatens corporate margins and lifts chances of more rate rises, Financial Times reports.
Nearly two-thirds of U.S. oil executives see crude oil prices remaining below $60 per barrel through 2018.
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