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A strong start to second-quarter earnings season isn't doing very much for future expectations, which in turn could put a drag on where the stock market is headed.
The latest tit-for-tat exchange comes as Iranian officials threaten to block the Strait of Hormuz, a major oil shipping waterway, in retaliation for proposed U.S. sanctions.
Tesla is reportedly requesting its suppliers to give cash back from previous payments to help the carmaker become profitable.
Today’s housing market is so competitive and pricey that more and more homeowners who want to move up are renting their current homes in order to pay for a bigger one.
What Amazon threat? One chart watcher says retail stocks could break out to records.
Chick-fil-A is testing meal kits at 150 stores in the Atlanta area starting Aug. 27.
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Despite his recent bellicose tweet, Trump used to express suspicions in prior tweets years ago that Obama would only start a war with Iran "in order to get elected" to a second term.
Citadel’s Ken Griffin says the Trump tax plan's cap on property, state and local incomes taxes deductions will hurt northern states and high-end home values in those geographies.
Omega Advisors is converting to a family office at the end of 2018, according to an investor letter obtained by CNBC.
The new editor in chief is Robert York, currently the editor and publisher of The Morning Call, a Tronc-owned daily newspaper in Allentown, Pa., reports The New York Times.
Fiat Chrysler lost its Europe head after the company named Mike Manley as its CEO this weekend.
President Donald Trump threatened his Iranian counterpart in a Twitter post.
Corporate earnings are "holding the market together" as traders expect President Donald Trump will not let up in his fight with foreign allies on trade, Art Cashin says.
Iran is once again threatening to block the Strait of Hormuz, the world's most important seaborne shipping lane for oil.
Odds have been rising that higher crude oil prices will spark a recession. This is not a surprise: The last five recessions were all preceded by a spike in oil. But a recent downturn in oil shows that a correction could occur too.
The ongoing battle between Papa John's and its founder is putting the company in a precarious position, threatening not just future sales, but employee and franchisee commitment to the brand.
Existing home sales fell 0.6 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.38 million units last month.