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After a year of relatively cheap driving, gasoline prices are creeping higher and consumers could even see a price spike by mid-2017. [Read More]
Gasoline prices are creeping higher and consumers could even see a price spike by mid-2017. [Read More]
The Dow is on pace to finish 2016 with double-digit gains and the S&P 500 could end the year up about 10 percent. [Read More]
The U.S. last week exported a record 8 million barrels of gasoline and nearly 10 million barrels of distillates, or diesel, according to weekly government data. [Read More]
The U.S. last week exported a record 8 million barrels of gasoline and nearly 10 million barrels of distillates, or diesel, according to weekly government data. [Read More]
One strategist said in 2017 "a reduced regulatory backdrop with reduced taxes should encourage corporate animal spirits." [Read More]
It may prove to be a good thing for the stock market that Donald Trump is no ordinary Republican. [Read More]
The Santa rally has run out of steam, and it now appears investors will probably have to wait until the new year to see Dow 20,000. [Read More]
Natural gas futures surged to the highest price in two years, on forecasts for cold weather and lower supply. [Read More]
Wall Street strategists ring in the new year with expectations for a rising dollar, but the unknowns coming from Washington could alter that. [Read More]
More important than the Dow hitting 20,000 is whether the stock market can hold its gains this week. [Read More]
Stock market volume should be low next week, but the trajectory may not be much higher even with a Santa rally. [Read More]
Traders are getting concerned that the Trump Administration is gearing up to get aggressive on trade. [Read More]
Many top economists don't see the growth that President-elect Donald Trump expects from his administration's policies. [Read More]
The Dow came within 13 points of 20,000 Tuesday, but some of the year's final economic reports could help take it over the top on Thursday. [Read More]
Some of this year's final economic reports could help turn the tide for stocks Thursday, after a lackluster session Wednesday. [Read More]
A proposal to tax all goods and services coming into the U.S. has a better chance of becoming law than many suspect. [Read More]
Stocks could take their cue from oil Wednesday as the Dow continues to edge toward 20,000. [Read More]
Stocks could see a pullback in the New Year, but for now, analysts say the market could ride the Santa rally higher as traders look forward to Dow 20,000. [Read More]
"Window dressing, Santa Claus rally. Call it what you will. This reflation move is real," says one global strategist. [Read More]
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