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Bob Pisani takes a look at how markets reacted to news of Bannon’s ouster.
Foot Locker nosedive after the company’s quarterly results miss expectations by a wide margin.
Markets are worried that President Trump’s key advisers and Cabinet members will distance themselves from him, just as corporate CEOs have done
Retail stocks fell sharply on Tuesday, capping gains in the broader market.
Famed hedge fund honcho David Tepper is rejecting arguments that stocks are overvalued and believes there are still plenty of opportunities.
U.S. stocks traded sharply higher on Monday as traders saw geopolitical tensions easing.
Wall Street analysts continue to set a very high bar for Snap because the Snapchat-parent won’t give them any clues where to place it.
U.S. equities opened lower on Wednesday as U.S.-North Korean relations grew more strenuous.
U.S. stocks closed lower on Tuesday after President Donald Trump warned North Korea, saying that threats will be “met with fire and fury.”
U.S. equities rose on Friday on better-than-expected employment data.
U.S. stocks whipsawed on Thursday on the back of a report that the Russia investigation is intensifying.
Apple surged more than 4 percent after the bell Tuesday in New York, putting the Dow Jones industrial average on track to hit 22,000.
The Dow Jones industrial average closed at a record high on Monday as Wall Street cheered on what’s been a strong earnings season.
Shares of Snapchat were down more than 3 percent in premarket trade Monday after its IPO “lockup” expiration.
U.S. equities opened lower on Friday as large-cap tech stocks followed Amazon.com lower.