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Jim Cramer uses technician Mark Sebastian's charts to analyze the CBOE Volatility Index and predict what could be next the fear gauge.
Multiple Wall Street analysts are forecasting inflation as copper and oil rise.
Individual mining is growing more difficult, while large enterprises have emerged in the digital currency industry.
"Without payment of these cost-sharing reductions Americans will be hurt," said Senator Lamar Alexander, chair of a key health committee.
Chief financial officer Luca Maestri told analysts that $246 billion of this cash, or 94 percent of the total, was outside the United States.
President Donald Trump nominated Wray after he fired former FBI director James Comey earlier this year.
Almost 8 months after President Donald Trump first criticized plans to buy a new Air Force One and a backup, he may be getting a new deal.
The FDA's tobacco and nicotine regulation plan could help Philip Morris and Turning Point Brands, analysts say. The outlook for other companies is mixed.
Strategists see the potential for further upside for the stock following its record month.
President Donald Trump and the Republican Party are headed towards a major confrontation. This is how it could play out, says Jake Novak.
Apple reported its fiscal third quarter 2017 results on Tuesday — and while all eyes were on iPhone sales, iPad shipments stuck out.
Apple's earnings are out and the company says it sold 41 million iPhones during fiscal Q3 2017.
Another reason the Tesla Model 3 may eat into Model S sales
The U.S. is set to test an unarmed Minuteman III ICBM on Wednesday, less than a week after North Korea test-fired its own missile.
Tudor’s BVI Global fund lost 1.9 percent year to date through July 21, according to Bloomberg News.
President Trump says Foxconn may invest $30 billion — not $10 billion — on a new plant in Wisconsin.
The President has called it "one of the greatest mansions in the world."
Jurors were in their second full day of deliberations when they asked a judge about the term "assets under management."
Here are three lessons Scaramucci's flame out can teach the next White House communications director, says ethics professor Joe Holt.
Even just one or two red-state Democrats might be able to make up for GOP defections.