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How Did Caterpillar Get Its Name?

How Did Caterpillar Get Its Name?

So what does a company specializing in heavy machinery share in common with a very hungry insect. Watch to find out.

Trump Demands Deference, Will Be Met With Defiance on Trade

Trump Demands Deference, Will Be Met With Defiance on Trade

What's gone wrong with the Trump trade is that many traders hate Trump's views on trade.

3 Plays to Ride the Housing and Labor Shortage Waves

3 Plays to Ride the Housing and Labor Shortage Waves

If you need a new home, take a number.

Market Rebound: How Tuesday Is a Turnaround

Market Rebound: How Tuesday Is a Turnaround

Let's go over how the market is looking today.

Wednesday Wrap-Up: GE and Facebook

Wednesday Wrap-Up: GE and Facebook

Let's go over Wednesday's top stories.

Steel and Aluminum Stocks Suffer Amidst Trade War Woes

Steel and Aluminum Stocks Suffer Amidst Trade War Woes

After President Trump proposes an extra $200 billion in tariffs on China, steel and aluminum stocks slide.

Soaring Nickel Prices Could Be Bad News for Electric Carmakers Like Tesla

Soaring Nickel Prices Could Be Bad News for Electric Carmakers Like Tesla

Nickel prices have rallied to a three-year high this week.

Market Wrap: China, Autos and Facebook's CEO Finally Speaks (Watch!)

Market Wrap: China, Autos and Facebook's CEO Finally Speaks (Watch!)

The Dow Jones Industrial Average swung 760 points today but finished up 230 points to end the day. So we took the camera to the newsroom to get the scoop on what happened. Watch!

U.S. Automakers Urge De-Escalation of U.S.-China Trade Spat

U.S. Automakers Urge De-Escalation of U.S.-China Trade Spat

Ford and GM want positive trade relationship between the two largest auto markets in the world. While their stocks rebounded, other companies that could be targeted by tariffs fell.

These Dow Stocks Have the Most to Lose From a Trade War With China

These Dow Stocks Have the Most to Lose From a Trade War With China

China announces 25% tariffs on American products including soybeans, airplanes and autos totaling $50 billion.