Updated March 29 at 2:29pm
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed past 20,000 for the first time as stocks around the world extended a rally after corporate earnings reignited investors’ optimism in economic growth. Bonds sold off with oil. more
In his latest investor letter, Warren Buffett says everyone should be in low-cost S&P 500 index funds -- except for Warren Buffett, of course. more
CVS Health Corp. reported a 1.9 percent increase in profit in 2016, and a nearly 16 percent increase in revenue, boosted by its Pharmacy Services Segment. more
After months of waiting for the volatility trade to pay off, U.S. equity bears are finally cashing in. more
About five years ago, Kentucky started investing some of its public-employee pension money with hedge funds. Sure, fees were high but the funds came with the lure of high returns and could serve as a buffer if the market tanked. more
The lack of a stable income and paying off debt are the top financial stressors in Rhode Island, according to a survey released Monday by GoBankingRates.com. more
A majority of American adults -- 54 percent -- are bullish on the U.S. stock market for 2017 and almost four in 10 say they anticipate being in a better financial situation during the upcoming year than they are now. more
Abigail P. Johnson is taking full control of Fidelity Investments as the money management giant faces intense competition for assets and clients from rivals, including Vanguard Group and BlackRock Inc. more
A global rally that sent U.S. benchmarks surging to a fresh round of records stalled as markets turned their attention to inflation data and Janet Yellen for clues on how quickly the Federal Reserve will tighten monetary policy. Oil rebounded. more
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose to an all-time high as U.S. stocks added to a rally sparked by speculation Donald Trump’s policies will benefit businesses, with banks surging to the highest level since May 2008. more
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