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Choosing Up Sides in the Border Tax Battle

What should we expect out of Friday's meeting between U.S. business leaders and President Donald Trump? Trump's business advisory council, chaired by Blackstone Group L.P.'s (NYSE: BX) Stephen Schwarzman, is ...
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3 of 5 Most Valuable Global Bank Brands Are Chinese

In a new ranking of the world's top banking brands, a China-based bank tops the list for the first time, while two more Chinese bank brands nabbed a spot in the ...
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Goldman Sachs, Intel Lead DJIA Down Tuesday

January 31, 2017: Markets opened lower again Tuesday, even following a late-Monday surge that pared what was beginning to look like a nasty loss. Consumer confidence, particularly looking ahead, was weaker ...
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Boeing, Caterpillar Dominate DJIA on Wednesday

January 25, 2017: Markets opened higher Wednesday with the DJIA finally breaking through the 20,000 barrier. The Trump rally got its second (third?) wind and pushed 8 of 11 S&P ...
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Will Trump CEO Advisors Have Trouble With Female Customers?

The formation of the president’s Strategic and Policy Forum was a fairly quiet affair, at least as measured against scores of other actions taken by President Donald Trump. Its 16 ...
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Massive Energy and Tech Trades Highlight Insider Selling: Kosmos Energy, Facebook, Netflix, NVIDIA and More

After a historic trading week, which ended on Friday with the inauguration of Donald Trump, investors are ready to focus on the rest of the month, earnings and the prospects ...
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Marijuana News Roundup: Biggest US Banks Are in the Cannabis Business

One of the biggest issues facing cannabis businesses in states with legalized marijuana is their inability to find a bank willing to handle their money. Because marijuana remains illegal under ...
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5 Worst Performing Dow Stocks of 2017

Even though the new year is barely three weeks old, it's not too soon to take a look at how the 30 blue chip stocks included in the Dow Jones Industrial ...
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JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs Sink DJIA on Tuesday

January 17, 2017: Markets opened lower Tuesday as financial stocks took a severe beating in the session following remarks by the president-elect that he wanted a weaker dollar. That sent ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: American Express, JPMorgan, Netflix, Nordstrom, Twitter and Many More

Stocks were indicated to open lower on Tuesday after a three-day weekend. Despite the Dow Jones Industrial Average not yet cracking the elusive 20,000 mark, there is a path for the ...
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How JPMorgan Solidified Its Position With Q4 Earnings

The U.S. economy is building momentum and a large part of this has been the financial sector. One megabank has not only contributed to the rally but will be well ...
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What to Expect From Bank Earnings Friday

Three of the major U.S. banks are releasing their fourth-quarter earnings reports before the markets open on Friday. Generally speaking, financial stocks have made solid gains through the end of ...
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How Amazon’s New 5% Rewards Card Compares With Costco’s Rewards Card

Giving its customers yet another reason to pay the $99 annual fee for Prime membership, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) and JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) announced a new Amazon ...
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What to Expect From 3 Major Bank Earnings

Three of the major banks are reporting their fourth-quarter financial results before the markets open on Friday. In general, financial stocks have made solid gains through the end of 2016, ...
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The Bull-Bear Case for DJIA Financial Stocks in 2017: Amex, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, Visa, Travelers

Now that 2016 has ended and 2017 has begun, it is important to reflect on what has been seen and what should be expected in the year ahead. The Dow ...
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