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Today’s the last trading day of the quarter. Scott Clemons of Brown Brothers Harriman Private Banking breaks down which sectors soared and which lagged.
The social media giant has suspended 200 accounts linked to Russia as lawmakers probe meddling in the 2016 election. Tony Romm of Recode weighs in.
Michael Gapen of Barclays believes the tax cuts contained in the president's reform plan will only provide a temporary lift to economic growth.
Landon Dowdy explains why so-called "sin stocks" are an attractive investment option in the fourth-quarter.
Politico's Ben White discusses who comes out on top and what's still unknown about the GOP and White House tax reform plan.
Tom Lee, Fundstrat Global Advisors head of research, says there are specific sectors that will benefit if the President’s tax plan gets approved.
Art Hogan, Wunderlich Securities chief market strategist, has three big three themes he says investors need to watch as the month nears its end.
Stocks are sitting near record highs so some investors are bracing for a pullback. If a major downturn is coming, what should you be doing to prepare?
Talley Leger of Oppenheimer Funds takes a deep dive into the tech sector’s drop yesterday.
Christopher Whalen of Whalen Global Advisors is cautious on financials. He explains his take on the sector.
Drew Matus of MetLife says for now in the US economy, he doesn't see any areas of risk, that assets are rich and fully-priced.
Kit Juckes of Societe Generale discusses the broader implications of the German elections, and how it may impact the rest of the euro zone.
Markets react to the fed’s decision to start unwinding its balance sheet. Larry McDonald of ACG Analytics weighs in.
Steven Wieting of Citi Private Bank gives his take on what he calls the “seven decade Cold War” and what it means for markets.
The countdown to Christmas is on! Stacey Widlitz of SW Retail Advisors gives her take on the struggling sector.
Theresa May is getting ready to deliver a major Brexit speech later this morning in Florence, Italy.
Michelle Girard, chief U.S. economist at NatWest Markets, weighs in on the Federal Reserve’s latest policy decision.
Albertsons announcing it will buy meal-kit delivery service Plated.
Alphabet’s Google signed a $1.1 billion all-cash agreement to buy HTC’s smartphone business.
Jurrien Timmer of Fidelity says there's a big disconnect between the FOMC and the "dot plot" in the number of future rate hikes they're forecasting.