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STOCKS GO NOWHERE: Here's what you need to know

Stocks rose on Tuesday morning and then reversed course in the afternoon. All three major indices finished little changed, albeit still in the green. The Nasdaq touched a new intraday high. However, oil prices took a dive. First up,Show More Summary

Traditional car companies may not be able to keep up with the shift to electric cars (TSLA, DLPH)

The traditional auto industry is frantically trying to get ahead the curve when it comes to electric cars. Numerous automakers are either bringing new electric vehicles to market — or announcing bold plans to do so over the next decade. But...Show More Summary

A couple of strange and terrible things are happening to the Chinese economy all at once

A few strange and terrible things are happening to the Chinese economy all at once. The Chinese yuan is falling against the dollar — down a whopping 5% in the last 6 months. Capital outflows are increasing as people pull their money out of the country. Show More Summary

Here's a super-quick guide to what traders are talking about right now

Dave Lutz, head of Exchange Traded Funds at JonesTrading, has an overview of what's happening in markets on Tuesday: US stock futures are green, but little changed, with the small-cap Russell 2000 lagging behind after ending a 15-day...Show More Summary

ALLIANCE BERNSTEIN: Here are the 12 most crowded US stocks (AMZN, GE, FB, UNH, CHTR, AVGO, ORLY, FIS, MNST, ZTS, NWL, TAP)

AllianceBernstein has released a report ranking the most and least crowded global stocks. Crowding is measured based on institutional ownership, long-term price momentum, analyst sentiment and expectation of future earnings. "The implications...Show More Summary

Here's the final 2016 Electoral College map

Nearly three weeks after the US presidential election, the last outstanding state, Michigan, finally officially certified that President-elect Donald Trump would receive its 16 electoral votes. The final Electoral College totals, barring any faithless electors, are 232 for Hillary Clinton and 306 for Trump. Show More Summary

The world could be about to run low on dollars

The investing world is coming to terms with the election of Donald Trump, and all that it might mean for currencies, stocks and bonds. And as big investors and bank strategists look ahead to 2017, an emerging theme is the possibility...Show More Summary

The Mexican peso's crash is hurting some US companies

One of the big markets stories surrounding the US presidential election was the Mexican peso. The currency became something of a gauge of Donald Trump's prospects in the weeks leading up to the November 8 vote given that his protectionist platform could have negative repercussions for the Mexican economy. Show More Summary

Everything you need to know about the Indonesian economy

.hide-mobile { display: none; } .hide-desktop { display: block; } @media (min-width: 480px) { .hide-mobile { display: block; } .hide-desktop { display: none; } } Growth in Southeast Asia's biggest economy is accelerating. Underpinned by strong economic reforms, the improving outlook is attracting increasing amounts of foreign money. Show More Summary

Trump is meeting with an ex-bank CEO who wants to abolish the Federal Reserve and return to the gold standard

As President-elect's Donald Trump's transition rolls on, more and more attention is being paid to possible selections for a variety of high-ranking positions and meetings that might help decide these appointments. On Monday, Trump will...Show More Summary

Apple is testing more than 10 different prototypes of the iPhone 8 (AAPL)

Apple is testing more than 10 prototypes for new iPhones that could go on sale next year, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday. Citing sources, some of those prototypes may have a new design centered around a curved screen. The...Show More Summary

MORGAN STANLEY: These 12 stocks have the most downside

Morgan Stanley on Tuesday released its list of " Global Secularly Challenged Stocks," identifying a total of 81 stocks as that have " exposure to longer-term secular challenges, and where the risk-reward is unfavourable." Below we present...Show More Summary

Too many carmakers are aiming to take on Tesla (TSLA)

It's easy to get distracted from Tesla greatest achievement. Elon Musk's upstart automaker builds, fast, sexy electric cars that are prized by the Silicon Valley elite. They're the ultimate rolling status toys, $100,000-plus rides that...Show More Summary

North America is going to get a new billionaire every 6 days

North America can expect to mint a new billionaire every six days for the next five years. That's according to Credit Suisse's 2016 global wealth report, which charts the number of millionaires and billionaires around the world, andShow More Summary

STOCKS JUMP TO RECORD HIGHS: Here's what you need to know

Stocks once again hit record all-time highs on a holiday-shortened trading day. All three indexes ticked up slightly, but oil slid after reports Saudi Arabia may not attend the next OPEC meeting. The bond market was closed all day for...Show More Summary

CONFIRMED: Johnson & Johnson is looking to buy a nearly $20 billion drugmaker (ATLN, JNJ)

Johnson & Johnson is looking to buy the Swiss drugmaker Actelion in what could be a nearly $20 billion deal. Actelion on Friday confirmed J&J's interest, after Bloomberg first reported the potential takeover Thursday. Shares of Actelion...Show More Summary

KRUGMAN: No matter what Trump does, manufacturing jobs are not coming back to the US

Paul Krugman, the Nobel prize winning economist and New York Times columnist, took to Twitter on Friday to address the state of the US labor market and promises by President-elect Donald Trump to being back manufacturing jobs. To Krugman,...Show More Summary

Fitch just revised South Africa's outlook to negative — and the rand is sliding

Fitch just revised South Africa's outlook to negative from stable. The ratings agency also affirmed the country's long-term foreign and local currency issuer default ratings at BBB-. In the accompanying statement, Fitch noted that the...Show More Summary

Here comes Markit services PMI ...

Markit Economics will release initial results of its November survey of purchasing managers in the services sector at 9:45 a.m. ET. Last month's final report showed that the purchasing manager's index was 54.8. Any reading above 50 indicates...Show More Summary

REPORT: Saudi Arabia plans to skip OPEC's crucial meeting next week

Saudi Arabia told the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) that it will not attend the scheduled talks with non-members in Vienna on Monday, according to Reuters. The country is OPEC's top oil exporter, and wields the...Show More Summary

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