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The president-elect's vow to cut back on regulation could buoy the energy stocks in Warren Buffett's holding company.
Jim Cramer identifies powerful currents in the markets and how to navigate them.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average squeaked out another record by a thin margin on Tuesday in its seventh straight session of gains.
The S&P 500 shakes off recent pressure to move higher on Tuesday as rising crude oil prices gives the energy sector a big boost.
Even the Oracle of Omaha can change his mind: Warren Buffett's conglomerate has moved back into airline stocks, with stakes in American, United Continental and Delta. Plus, what Cramer thinks.
The market consensus has flipped from disaster to euphoria. Opportunities still exist.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq shake off recent pressure to move higher on Tuesday as crude oil gives the energy sector a big boost.
Stock futures inch higher again on Tuesday as the Dow Jones Industrial Average looks to extend gains for its seventh session in a row.
During the 3rd quarter, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway took stakes in American Airlines, United Continental and Delta Airlines, according to a regulatory filing.
Investors are wondering how long the Trump rally can last and working to adjust their portfolios to fit how they see his policies.
With 3G back in fund raising mode, speculation alights on what in the U.S. food business could be a candidate for a takeover bid.
3G Capital is reportedly looking to raise $8 billion to $10 billion for a new acquisition fund. There is market speculation that the private equity firm wants to buy Mondelez.
The S&P 500 snapped its worst losing streak in decades as confidence in an election win for Hillary Clinton inspired market bulls.
U.S. stocks maintain big gains mid-afternoon Monday as election polls stabilize and forecast a win for Hillary Clinton in Tuesday's presidential election.
Investors into railroads -- which are deeply tied to commodities -- seem to be less concerned about the presidential election.
Stocks rallied and safe-haven assets fell after the FBI cleared Hillary Clinton of any wrongdoing in another investigation into her emails.
U.S. stocks rally on Monday on renewed market confidence in a Hillary Clinton win come Tuesday evening.
U.S. stock futures rally after FBI director James Comey recommended no charges against Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
U.S. stock futures rise strongly and European shares soar after the FBI announces it won't pursue criminal charges following a renewed review of Hillary Clinton's emails.
Profit at Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway dropped 24% in the three months through September, as the company saw declines in investment and insurance revenues.
Until this unnerving presidential election ends, investors should stay cautious. Here are the events to watch in the week ahead.
Investors are choosing passive over active investing by a huge margin for lower costs and a shot at better returns.
How did management account in June for a settlement that hadn't been reached yet?
I don't see Berkshire Hathaway selling any shares of Wells Fargo over this.
While not front and center at Sunday's debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, taxes were certainly up for discussion -- including Warren Buffett's. Monday, the billionaire hit back.