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J.P. Morgan and Goldman have been going head-to-head in investment-banking arenas hundreds of miles from Wall Street.
Recent appointee Richard Clarida told CNBC's Steve Liesman that nearly three years of increases have brought the Fed's short-term interest rate near where it is neither restrictive nor stimulative.
Soybean farmers in the farm belt largely stood by President Donald Trump in this year's midterm elections, but Democrats narrowed their margin, a CNBC analysis shows. That shift could give Democrats a head start on the 2020 political cycle.
Media reports suggest a vote of no confidence in May's leadership is now likely.
A string of sell-offs in the past week has taken the S&P 500 down to critical levels. One technician now sees technical signs that a bounce could be coming.
Fed officials need to swallow their pride and talk to more CEOs to get a better picture of the pockets of weakness in the economy, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
U.S. manufacturing output increased for a fifth straight month in October, shrugging off a sharp decline in motor vehicle production and suggesting underlying strength in factory activity.
FAO Schwarz is making its return to New York City after shutting its famed flagship store on Fifth Avenue in 2015, when the brand was still owned by Toys R Us.
Stocks fell on Friday as a sharp drop in Nvidia shares pressured chip makers and the overall technology sector.
PayPal, Square and even Amazon are becoming go-to options for small shops in need of a loan.
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Chip-maker Nvidia fell more than 18 percent in premarket trading Friday after missing analyst expectations on revenue and guidance in its third quarter 2019 earnings report. Competitor Advanced Micro Devices also fell more than 7 percent premarket.
Saudi Arabia is loading fewer barrels on ships bound for the United States, a tactic the kingdom used last year to amplify the impact of coordinated production cuts with OPEC and Russia.
At an all-hands meeting, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos was asked what he's learned from the failures of big retailers. Bezos told employees that "Amazon is not too big to fail," and that the company must stay hungry.
Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg said in a Facebook post that she and founder Mark Zuckerberg were "too slow" to respond to the Russian interference on the site.
Shares of utility PG&E popped 46 percent in premarket trading Friday after the head of a regulator eased worries about the California-based utility going bankrupt.
The investment bank's top stock strategist told CNBC that the market has "overshot on the downside."
Gottlieb rolled out new rules Thursday restricting retail sales of most flavored e-cigarettes mostly to vape shops and other stores that don't allow minors. Most convenience stores and gas stations will effectively be banned.
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