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Stocks slump to session lows on Tuesday as uncertainty over when and how the Trump administration will implement regulatory reform spooks the financial sector.
Stocks extend declines on Tuesday as a selloff in the basic materials and financials sector taints broader markets.
Washington kerfuffles should bode well for gold and other 'portfolio protection' assets.
The EPA will have a budget of $5.7 billion.
As the megastorm wallops the Northeast, the best stocks to own may not be so obvious.
Merger talk in telecoms, deals in oil services and a resurgent iron ore price all conspired to drive European benchmarks higher.
Such things used to be shrugged off as non-events, but they're becoming cause for concern.
Wall Street falls on Monday in a broad pullback from a recent rally and on brewing tensions in the Asia-Pacific region.
Wall Street falls on Monday in a broad pullback from a recent rally that pushed markets to fresh records.
Wall Street's retreat from records accelerates on Monday morning as geopolitical tensions in Asia flare up and a selloff in Deutsche Bank shares pressures financial stocks.
Some Chinese iron ore producers may reopen some mills now that prices are on the rise.
South32's strong cash flows and the prospect of an 8% yield from capital returns has won it a place on Goldman Sachs conviction list.
Banks and commodity stocks pared losses Monday, while arms firms received a boost late in the day from President Trump's plans for the defense budget.
Meanwhile, warmer weather in Northeast and Midwest isn't helping natural gas prices.
European stocks traded mixed Tuesday, with futures prices pointing to an uncertain open on Wall Street, as investors continued to focus on mounting regional political risks amid stronger-than-expected economic data
BHP Billiton posted stronger-than-expected first-half earnings Tuesday and boosted its interim divided thanks to a surge in global commodity prices and an optimistic outlook for 2017.
BHP Billition posted stronger-than-expected first half earnings Tuesday and boosted its interim divided thanks to a surge in global commodity prices and an optimistic outlook for 2017.
A hawkish tone from Janet Yellen in Washington sent European markets surging on Wednesday.
This small-cap firm has managed to cut costs and has been a serial buyer.
Stocks took heart from Janet Yellen's hawkish remarks to the Senate committee and more corporate earnings
Continental indices led the charge following strong gains for auto stocks.
And be aware that the trade is already long in the tooth.
European stocks climbed higher in early Monday trading as rising commodity price lifted basic resources firms amid growing optimism over the pace of growth in major Asian economies.
Labor stoppages fan the headlines of supply cut-offs, but there is more to the story, for better or worse.
European benchmarks surged on Friday following another volley of corporate earnings numbers and solid trade data from China for January