Andrew Bulkeley was a Berlin-based European correspondent for The Deal for over a decade. Andrew has covered some of Europe's biggest deals, including the marriage and divorce of Daimler and Chrysler, Vodafone's record acquisition of Mannesmann, and the turbulent non-sale of General Motor's Opel.
Investors are likely to push markets higher Wednesday, either on optimism for the new administration in Washington or strong earnings.
Investors are ditching the Trump trade and can now zero in on what they think of the economy.
Many are ready to seal in gains as Donald Trump becomes the 45th president of these United States.
Earnings may take a backseat to Treasury appointee Mnuchin's hearing on Thursday.
Investors are hoping Wednesday will offer less political pressure, better sentiment from earnings.
The stiff fine and tough conditions show how serious regulators are about the spreading opioid epidemic.
Futures for U.S. markets are higher ahead of earnings season while Asia continues to feel the hangover from the Trump press conference.
Investors can now look forward to the first full day of earnings Friday and some Fed officials Thursday.
Investors want to know more about the next administration's efforts to support the economy -- and more about alleged ties between Trump and Russia.
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