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Police in Texas fear a serial bomber planted four powerful explosive devices that have killed two people and injured four others this month.
The S&P is now seen ending the year at 2,839, about 5 percent higher than the current level, but down from the January forecast of 2,937.
The discussions between the Saudi crown prince and Trump are expected to play a "critical role" in the president's next steps regarding the 2015 nuclear agreement, a senior administration official said.
Protectionism worries in the CNBC Fed Survey far outpace concerns over inflation, terrorism and even the Fed itself.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Walmart is bringing FedEx shops for printing, packing and shipping into 500 of its U.S. stores, following a successful pilot test.
After trailing the S&P 500 over the past year, transports stocks could have their turn in the driver's seat, according to one technician's forecasts.
Executives at Cambridge Analytica were caught on camera suggesting that the firm could use sex workers, bribes, ex-spies and fake news to help candidates win votes around the world.
Whole Foods will host a summit on Tuesday for up to 200 of its suppliers, amid anxiety about how its ongoing business revamp will play out under new owner Amazon.com.
Facebook's ability to manage the latest crisis over alleged data breaches will ultimately determine its long-term future, according to an analyst at Goldman Sachs.
More Californians are moving from the Golden State, particularly lower-income residents, although even middle-class residents are saying goodbye, according to experts.
Investors should prepare for some bigger swings from Micron when it reports earnings on Thursday, derivative strategist Stacey Gilbert says.
The market doesn’t have the chops to deliver like it did in 2017, according to PNC's Amanda Agati.
At some point, monthly costs for customers will force them to choose between services, which could pressure companies into reaggregation.
The Fed is expected to upgrade its view of the economy when it meets this week, but it's unlikely to publicly discuss one of the bigger risks for the economy.
You don't have to be anxious all the time.
Trump's $60 billion in tariffs on Chinese imports will crush any benefits from tax cuts, says former Bush aide Sara Fagen.
Migration to passively managed funds continues apace, but rising interest rates and increased market volatility is leading to a concurrent move away from pure indexing.
The U.S. Congress, facing a Friday midnight deadline, toiled to finish writing a $1.2 trillion bill to fund the federal government through Sept. 30.