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  • Trump sinks drug stocks 

    Shares of Big Pharma companies and biotechs fell after President-elect Donald Trump put them on notice because of big price hikes for medications.

  • Oprah's weight is down, Weight Watchers shares are up 

    Oprah Winfrey's latest ad campaign highlighting her 40-pound weight loss caused Weight Watchers shares to surge, but they are still down sharply overall in 2016, despite her investment in the company.

  • Trump body slammed critics and WWE soars 

    The WWE has gotten in on the stock market rally since Donald Trump's election victory, and there's even speculation that Linda McMahon, wife of WWE CEO Vince McMahon, could be named to President Trump's cabinet.

  • What does a Trump presidency mean for the Fed? 

    Donald Trump has criticized Janet Yellen for keeping interest rates low -- but the market's bullish reaction to Trump's win may push the Federal Reserve to finally lift rates.

  • Why President Trump might be bad for gun sales 

    The second amendment is safe under President-elect Donald Trump -- so why are gun stocks suffering?

  • The Donald Trump market rally continues 

    Stocks have historically gone down the day after Election Day. But the market rose the day after Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton, a reaction few expected. And the rally continues.

  • Wall Street doesn't fear President Trump 

    After initial panic over a Donald Trump victory, U.S. stocks are rallying in the wake of the election.

  • Herbalife finally settles with the FTC 

    The controversial nutritional supplements company will pay $200 million to settle claims that consumers looking to sell Herbalife' s products lost money. But the FTC didn't call Herbalife a pyramid scheme. The stock surged, making it a victory for big backer Carl Icahn ... and loss for rival hedge fund manager Bill Ackman.

  • Party time on Wall Street!  

    Stocks are at record highs but the market leaders are mostly boring, bond alternatives, like telecoms and utilities. How much longer can the rally last?