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Stocks getting a bit frothy after move higher, could pause as more earnings roll out

Stocks have gotten a boost from optimism for U.S.-China trade talks, but earnings could take a bigger role in the week ahead, when reports roll in from a diverse group of companies in tech, railroads,

Disney is already losing over $1 billion in streaming, and its Netflix competitor has yet to launch

Disney reported losses of more than $1 billion tied to its ownership of Hulu and BAMtech, which powers ESPN+ and other streaming services.

When hiring, be gender neutral and look for the best athletes

Unfairness in the workforce is symptomatic of the same cultural issues that continue.

Seems like investors just overreacted—big time—when they dumped all that stock

Compared to the rough ride down, stocks have much more quietly and gently recovered more than 13 percent of their losses from the Christmas Eve low.

The market is recovering because earnings are turning out to be not so bad

Earnings have reset lower but are still seen growing in the mid-single digits for 2019, and recession fears have eased.

China offers 6-year import boost in trade talks with US: Sources

China has offered a six-year boost in imports during its ongoing talks with the U.S., officials familiar with the matter told CNBC.

Your first trade for Friday, January 18

The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.

This sluggish market may call for a 'low and slow' portfolio

The secret to outperforming the market in a downturn is to buy stocks that have "low and slow" characteristics — lower multiples and higher returns relative to the S&P 500 and trades that are less

A major wall Street player is cutting 1,500 jobs and accelerating automation

The Boston-based bank says it is cutting about 6 percent of the workforce, including a 15 percent reduction of senior management.

Fed's Williams calls for 'patience and good judgment' before raising rates

Williams reiterates recent calls from other Fed officials that suggest a less aggressive approach to rate hikes in 2019.

JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon gets raise to $31 million after bank posts record earnings for 2018

J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon got a 5 percent bump — $2 million — in his pay last year following record annual earnings for the company.

This '90s Jack Bogle interview shows how little his famous investing strategy changed over the years

Jack Bogle was famous for making investing accessible to everyone through index funds. His message was simple: why waste money on expensive fees and commissions for complex funds when market

Netflix says it's more scared of Fortnite and YouTube than Disney and Amazon

Netflix says it's silly to frame the conversation around its company against new streaming services like Disney+.

Netflix says its cash burn will peak this year, then go down

The company has long argued its cash burn is a long-term investment because it ultimately owns the rights to the original content produced.

Investors pulled a record $143 billion out of active funds during December's plunge

According to data from Morningstar, actively managed funds experienced outflows of nearly $143 billion in December, their worst month ever.

Marvin Goodfriend's nomination to the Fed appears in doubt

President Donald Trump's move to appoint the Carnegie Mellon economist as a central banker ran into a dead end last year when the nomination died in the Senate.

American Express drops after missing Wall Street's fourth-quarter expectations

American Express missed analysts' expectations for fourth-quarter earnings and revenue.