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The iShares MSCI Brazil Capped ETF (EWZ) crashed more than 17 percent on the back of an emerging political scandal.
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World's largest asset manager gives investors a dose of optimism on the stock market.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Boris Schlossberg, managing director of foreign exchange strategy at BK Asset Management, breaks down three key events to watch Thursday.
Wall Street would prefer a President Michael Pence rather than President Donald Trump, Wharton's Jeremy Siegel told CNBC.
The current oil price structure somewhat benefits OPEC's competitors, said Jeffrey Currie, head of commodity research at Goldman Sachs.
The bond market is stomping out all optimism about the GOP's pro-growth agenda and is preparing for a drawn-out political drama.
Jim Cramer shares his take on why investors shouldn't let Washington worries get to their portfolios.
Jim Cramer reminds investors of his three rules for protecting their portfolios on down days.
Technical analysts expect a shallow pullback at best, even if stocks dropped on worries about whether the Trump could implement on pro-growth proposals.
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Out of all the large non-leveraged U.S.-listed exchange-traded funds, the six worst-performing are all closely tied to oil prices.
U.S. political risk is rising because the story is changing.
"This is just a pause that refreshes," Kevin O'Leary says.
Corporate insiders are selling many more shares than they're buying. Some call that a sign that the rally is "breaking down."
Cisco stock has been on fire over the past year, surging 28 percent, and one trader thinks there’s more room to run ahead of earnings.
Post-election market leaders fall the most as traders worry the Trump administration may not be able to fulfill its pro-growth promises.
Stocks sold off sharply in reaction to Washington's latest political controversy, but stocks are not yet heading for a serious correction.
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