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President Donald Trump may have resurrected a number of other oil and gas projects that were languishing. [Read More]
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The interconnections in the North American energy industry are huge and growing. [Read More]
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A fifth of major companies report earnings in the week ahead, but markets will pay close attention to President Trump. [Read More]
Stocks waffled but held much of their gains after President Donald Trump delivered an inaugural speech. [Read More]
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Stocks waffled but held much of their gains after President Donald Trump delivered an inaugural speech. [Read More]
Wall Street may be expecting too much from Donald Trump's inauguration speech, and his actions may count more. [Read More]
Rates could try recent highs on the potent combination of a hawkish Yellen and the pro-growth talker Trump. [Read More]
Markets look forward to testimony Thursday from Donald Trump's Treasury nominee, with one day left before the inauguration. [Read More]
The bond market is worried that if Donald Trump succeeds in stimulating the economy, it could mean he will clash with the Fed. [Read More]
Consumer inflation is likely to be above 2 percent for the first time in more than two years, but what's on Twitter could matter more. [Read More]
Consumer inflation is likely to be above 2 percent for the first time in more than two years, but what's on Twitter could matter more. [Read More]
Traders are looking for more details on the Trump agenda in the week ahead, and that could help steer the "Trump trade." [Read More]
Job growth is shifting into a lower gear but pay increases came at the best pace since 2009 in December. [Read More]
Job growth is shifting into a lower gear but pay increases came at the best pace since 2009 in December. [Read More]
If December's employment report misses the mark, it wouldn't surprise some of the sourpusses in the bond market. [Read More]
This is the year inflation worries could begin to simmer for the first time in ages. [Read More]
Dow 20,000 could be back in play Thursday as traders watch economic releases on service sector activity and jobs. [Read More]
Markets await the Fed's minutes for any clues on what the central bank is looking for from Donald Trump this year. [Read More]
Markets await the Fed's minutes for any clues on what the central bank is looking for from Donald Trump this year. [Read More]
While the president-elect slapped GM and Ford for making cars in Mexico, they're not that country's biggest automotive export. [Read More]
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