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Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders came away with big wins in the New Hampshire primary, which is a clear signal that voters want to see change, according to one reporter.
02/10/16 - 12:02 PM EST
While Clinton suffered a bruising defeat in New Hampshire, she can take some solace in knowing that her campaign moves South and West, areas that play to her strengths.
02/10/16 - 09:16 AM EST
John Kasich emphasizes his success creating jobs in his home state, but can he do the same nationwide?
02/10/16 - 08:39 AM EST
Japanese stocks selloff again overnight, down another 2%, after plummeting in the previous session.
02/10/16 - 07:24 AM EST
The United States economy would certainly look different under a Bernie Sanders presidency, but it might not be as crazy as you would think, given he's a socialist.
02/09/16 - 10:00 PM EST
As voters move toward choosing the presidential nominees in the early events of the season, it's worth looking at how one leading cadidate -- Trump -- would handle the economy.
02/09/16 - 09:59 PM EST
While investors have focused on the upcoming presidential primaries in the U.S., there are two elections in emerging market countries that could create opportunities.
02/09/16 - 03:28 PM EST
Life under a President Bernie Sanders could be pretty great, economically speaking, according to one new analysis.
02/09/16 - 03:25 PM EST
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen testifies to Congress this week. A lot is riding on her testimony -- including the performance of the stock market.
02/09/16 - 02:32 PM EST
Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen heads to Capitol Hill this week and a lot is riding on her testimony for the stock market.
02/09/16 - 01:35 PM EST
While occupying different ends of the political spectrum, both Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders owe populism born of economic frustration to their New Hampshire victories.
02/09/16 - 10:21 AM EST
While Trump and Sanders lead polls of New Hampshire voters, the real victors could come elsewhere if their rivals perform better than expected.
02/09/16 - 08:30 AM EST