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The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Yellen and the Fed may deserve more of the credit for the market's move.

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Apple stock is less than $1 away from its all-time high amid renewed optimism for the iPhone.

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Verizon has decided to bring back unlimited data plans. But while that's great for its subscribers, it's awful news for investors. It's another sign of how brutally competitive the telecom business is. And it's hurting Verizon's stock.

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Markets are still waking up to the idea that trade battles are more than a sideshow. Investors who think China won’t back down still have plenty of opportunity to get out. They also have a problem: get out of what, exactly?

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MSCI returned Argentina to emerging market status for the first time in nearly a decade, a move that is expected to provide a much-needed boost to the beleaguered country.

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Most Asian stock markets dropped again Friday, following a fall in U.S. equities the day before, with the impact of trade tensions between the American and Chinese governments worrying investors. Japan’s Nikkei 225 fell 0.7% despite better-than-expected Japanese manufacturing data. China’s Shanghai Composite Index dropped 0.2%.

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The prospect that China would use currency devaluation to retaliate against any escalations of U.S. tariffs loomed in the aftermath of a sharp drop in the country’s stock markets. But one gauge of the Chinese currency’s strength indicates no efforts to devalue this year.

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Emerging market currencies rebounded against the dollar Wednesday, as some investors locked in gains after a sharp selloff.

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