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Fed minutes are the big story for markets Wednesday, but traders are also watching Congress and housing data. [Read More]
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The Fed is about to tell the markets how it plans to wind down the experimental program that made it a major player in financial... [Read More]
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Markets are watching Trump's budget, housing data, and Fed speakers Tuesday. [Read More]
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The dollar index is now in negative territory since Trump's election. [Read More]
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel told students in Berlin that a "too weak" euro is behind Germany's big trade surplus. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia could be a boost for the big ambitions of Saudi Arabia's young deputy crown prince, who is trying... [Read More]
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Figuring out the Fed will be a top priority on Wall Street, as markets also watch for any new fallout from the Trump campaign investigation. [Read More]
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Goldman Sachs economists expect Congress to approve a stripped down tax plan. [Read More]
Goldman Sachs economists expect Congress to approve a stripped-down tax plan. [Read More]
U.S. companies with high exposure to Brazil could be vulnerable after a new scandal emerged in the country this week. [Read More]
Stocks could have hit significant new highs this year if not for the uncertainty from Washington, says Nuveen's Bob Doll. [Read More]
The bond market is stomping out all optimism about the GOP's pro-growth agenda and preparing for a long political drama. [Read More]
The euro has been on a trajectory higher as the dollar gets thumped. [Read More]
Stocks sold off sharply in reaction to Washington's latest political controversy, but stocks are not yet heading for a serious correction. [Read More]
Stocks sold off sharply in reaction to D.C.'s latest controversy, but are not yet heading for a serious correction. [Read More]
Since the financial crisis, the economy has never been called robust, but it may be in the longest expansion on record, with a couple more... [Read More]
Since the financial crisis, the economy has never been called robust, but it may be in the longest expansion on record, with a couple more... [Read More]
Stocks shrugged off the plunge in oil prices, but oil, inflation and retail sales could be important in the week ahead. [Read More]
Investors are hoping to see a payday when companies repatriate overseas cash, but they may get less than they expect. [Read More]
April's drop in unemployment to a 10-year low and strong hiring eases some of the worst fears that the economy hit a rut. [Read More]
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