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President Donald Trump's chief strategist Stephen Bannon is rarely in the spotlight.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average ends an eight-session losing streak with a triple-digit gain, clawing back from some of the heavy losses seen over the past week.
As virtual reality takes off, consider this little-known mid-cap stock that should outperform its larger brethren.
Trump insider Anthony Scaramucci recalls the days when he and Stephen Bannon worked at Goldman Sachs.
Hedge fund manager Anthony Scaramucci, a Trump confidant, used to work for the man who hired Bannon at Goldman Sachs.
Stocks add to session highs on Tuesday as gains in the financials and energy sectors boost markets.
Anthony Scaramucci still wants a job in the Trump administration, even though he doesn't know what it is. And his every word is designed to telegraph that to Washington.
There is no secret Goldman Sachs cabal, says Trump adviser Anthony Scaramucci.
Financials, including Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan, led the way after a days-long retreat.
Stocks break higher by late morning Tuesday after struggling for direction for much of the earlier session.
Snap, and companies that sell non-voting shares to investors, should be excluded from major global equity benchmarks, a U.K. shareholder lobby group has said.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average ends Monday in the red, its eighth day of losses in a row and its longest losing streak since August 2011.
The 26 banks who underwrote Snap's IPO were all eligible to release their research on Monday, and not surprisingly, most were extremely positive on the company.
Stocks are mixed on Monday as Wall Street shakes off worries over the way forward for the Trump White House.
Bearish names dominate this week and financials in particular.
Stocks fall on Monday morning as Donald Trump's failure to push through health care reform raises doubts over his ability to enact other promised changes.
More than half of the 26 banks who underwrote Snap's initial public offering disclosed their research on Monday morning, and the vast majority were positive.
Its price is likely to be hurt by some selling in the short run, so take the proper precautions depending on where you bought.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Twitter and talks about Sears.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Alphabet, Allergan and Ford.
CEO Kevin Mandiant says the security giant has adapted to the new geopolitical landscape, and hopes its results will follow.
Goldman Sachs analysts have a prediction that might help nervous investors sleep easier: tax reform is still likely to happen, regardless of what happens with health care reform.
The White House nominee acknowledged meeting with Carl Icahn after he was nominated - but all they talked about was the billionaire insurgent's view on the importance of activist investors.
The Wall Street lawyer told lawmakers on Capitol Hill that he sees "meaningful" room to bolster the current lackluster IPO markets.