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A Deeply Undervalued Dividend Stock From the North

A Deeply Undervalued Dividend Stock From the North

With its high dividend yield, Manulife investors are paid well to be patient.

As U.S. Economy Downshifts, Fed Chief Powell Prepares to Alter His Message

As U.S. Economy Downshifts, Fed Chief Powell Prepares to Alter His Message

The Federal Reserve's monetary-policy committee, after a two-day meeting that culminates on Wednesday, is likely to scrap a pledge for 'patience' on setting interest rates, paving a way for a rate reduction in July, according to economists at Deutsche Bank.

U.S. Housing Starts Fall Less Than Expected in May After Drop in Mortgage Rates

U.S. Housing Starts Fall Less Than Expected in May After Drop in Mortgage Rates

Builders started 1.269 million new home-construction projects during May, the Census Bureau says, down from the prior month's 1.29 million. But the figure for housing starts still exceeded Wall Street expectations for 1.245 million new projects in May.

Economist Perspective: Will Fed Rate Cuts Work?

Economist Perspective: Will Fed Rate Cuts Work?

Would Fed rate cuts be enough to mitigate the fallout from an escalating trade war?

Replay:'Tension in the Markets: Cramer Tackles Trump Tweets, Boeing and Facebook

Replay:'Tension in the Markets: Cramer Tackles Trump Tweets, Boeing and Facebook

Jim Cramer weighs in on President Trump's tweets over the weekend, whether or not Boeing can be trusted after CEO Dennis Muilenburg admitted that the company made a mistake and a survey from Wall Street Journal and NBC found consumers hesitant to board the 737 Max. Cramer wraps it up with a look into Facebook's cryptocurrency push.

Paysign Falls Sharply Following BTIG Downgrade on Valuation

Paysign Falls Sharply Following BTIG Downgrade on Valuation

The firm now has a neutral rating on shares of the prepaid card processing service provider.

Deutsche Bank May Slash Equity and Trading Business Outside Europe: Report

Deutsche Bank May Slash Equity and Trading Business Outside Europe: Report

The bank, Germany's largest, is said to be planning to 'shrink or shut its U.S. equity and trading businesses,' according to a report in the Financial Times.

Goldman Consolidating Private-Investing Units to Create 'New' Division: Report

Goldman Consolidating Private-Investing Units to Create 'New' Division: Report

Goldman Sachs Group is consolidating several separate units involved in so-called 'hard-to-access' deals, reports the Wall Street Journal.

A Six-Stock 'What, Me Worry?' Portfolio

A Six-Stock 'What, Me Worry?' Portfolio

These stocks share a number of attributes, from little or no exposure to China to moderate expected volatility.

Citizens Financial CEO Talks Trade, Regulatory Environment and Consolidation

Citizens Financial CEO Talks Trade, Regulatory Environment and Consolidation

Watch the video interview with Bruce Van Saun, who believes Washington D.C. can focus more on strengthening the current positive economic environment.