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From the "funnybacks" that emerged in the 1920s to the web-printed bills of the 1990s, the dollar's design has undergone some interesting alterations over the years. Keep reading to learn how the buck has changed from the 19th century through the present.
The Dow hit an intraday high Wednesday, and the S&P 500 flirted with a record close, as Wall Street eyed robust economic data. US government bond yields surged, with the 10-year rising to peaks not seen since July 2011. The dollar edged higher.
Stocks were mixed Tuesday, with the Dow touching record highs, as trade tensions eased on the back of a modernized NAFTA deal. Facebook weighed on the tech-heavy Nasdaq, days after the social media giant announced a major security breach.
Stocks were mostly higher Wednesday as markets turned attention away from trade-war fears and toward upbeat economic data. The dollar slipped, and Treasury yields jumped.
Stocks rose Tuesday as markets shrugged off major escalations in the US-China trade war. The dollar and Treasury yields edged higher.
Stocks fell Monday as markets braced for major escalations in the US-China trade war. The Nasdaq Composite dropped nearly 1.5%, with companies like Apple earlier warning tariffs could force them to raise costs. The dollar and Treasury yields slid.
Seventy-six percent of Goldman Sachs' 3,162 global summer analysts and associates responded to the questionnaire on everything from their ambitions to their spending habits. Here are the results.
We ranked all 20 Pixar movies, including its most recent release, "Incredibles 2," by their net profit to determine which film has been the most financially successful over time.
India's economy expanded more than 8% between April and June from a year earlier, as a surge in manufacturing activity and spending powered the world's sixth-largest economy to its fastest growth in more than two years.
Wall Street is offering the latest employee benefit, but it’s apparently the ‘kiss of death’ for the careers of bankers who use it
New York's bankers, traders, and asset managers often work for companies that offer weeks of paid paternity leave. But a Wall Street career coach said actually taking that time off is "the kiss of death" for their careers.