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US indexes inch higher as energy stocks claw from the hole
U.S. indexes inched higher Friday as energy stocks clawed back some of their sharp losses from earlier in the week.
Markets Right Now: US stock indexes drift to a mixed close
Solid gains in health care companies made up for losses in other sectors, leaving the market mostly higher.
Markets Right Now: Slide in energy stocks weighs on market
Another dive in energy stocks offset gains for health care and technology companies, leaving major U.S. indexes mostly lower.
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Catholic high school could make millions on Snap public offering
For the students of Saint Francis High School, there’s about to be another reason to love Snapchat: the school is likely to make big bucks on the public offering of the popular social media app's parent company. Once Snap, the parent of Snapchat, goes public, the high school is likely to earn "tens
Dow Jones Industrial Average Closes Above 20K for 1st Time
The Dow Jones industrial average hit a major milestone today, closing above 20,000 points for the first time. Investors pushed stocks higher after strong earnings reports and the market continued to be buoyed by President Donald Trump 's vow to cut regulations for businesses and slash corporate tax
A Look at Trump’s Business Empire in the United States
Golf courses in several states. Glittering hotels and condominiums. Even a share in a federally subsidized housing development in Brooklyn. Donald Trump ’s business interests in the United States, while concentrated in his home state of New York, run the gamut and appear in at least 10 states and
What Happens to the Turkeys Pardoned by President Obama
While many Americans dream of retirement on a California beach or Florida golf course, for two turkeys fortunate enough to escape the fate of their brethren on Thanksgiving, the rolling hills of southwest Virginia will do just fine. Tater and Tot, the turkeys pardoned by President Obama this
Wells Fargo Under Investigation by Securities and Exchange Commission
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has joined a cast of other authorities investigating Wells Fargo sales practices, the bank disclosed in its regulatory filings on Thursday. The investigation adds another layer of scrutiny on the bank, which has faced near-constant criticism since early
Deutsche Bank Share Prices Swing Over Fears of Financial Health
Shares of Deutsche Bank have been trading near record-low levels this week, as the bank’s CEO is attempting to reassure his employees and the public that one of the world’s biggest banks is financially sound. CEO John Cryan sent a letter to employees today reassuring them of the bank’s health,