CNNMoney - Markets Premarket: 4 things to know before the bell 2017-02-28T09:54:13.000000Z Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day. Wilbur Ross approved by Senate as Trump's commerce secretary 2017-02-28T00:37:21.000000Z Wilbur Ross, tapped to be a crucial player in President Trump's trade agenda, will finally get on the field. The U.S. Senate voted Monday evening to confirm the billionaire as America's next commerce secretary. Border adjustment tax: What you need to know 2017-02-27T21:45:28.000000Z House Republicans are proposing a major reform called a border adjustment tax. President Trump was against it, but he's warming up to it. It's complicated, but stick with us. 12 in a row: Dow matches longest streak of records ever 2017-02-27T21:24:43.000000Z Don't blink. You'll miss another record falling on Wall Street. The red-hot Dow closed at an all-time high yet again on Monday, its 12th consecutive record day. That's tied for the longest streak of records ever. Tesla gets downgraded to 'sell' by Goldman Sachs 2017-02-27T17:19:00.000000Z Is Tesla doing too much? An analyst at Goldman Sachs cut his rating on the company to a 'sell' and cited concerns about the upcoming Model 3 launch, the SolarCity acquisition and plans to build even more Gigafactories. Warren Buffett: Red-hot market not in a bubble, still looks 'cheap' 2017-02-27T15:59:00.000000Z Has the stock market euphoria gotten out of hand? Warren Buffett doesn't think so. The legendary investor says the stock market is not in "bubble territory" and actually looks "on the cheap side" due to low interest rates. Apple is now one of Warren Buffett's top stocks 2017-02-27T15:30:12.000000Z The Oracle of Omaha said in an interview with CNBC that he's bought a lot more Apple so far in 2017. He praised the company for its 'incredible stickiness' even though he confessed he doesn't own an iPhone. Warren Buffett: Red-hot market not in a bubble, still looks 'cheap' 2017-02-27T15:22:53.000000Z Has the stock market euphoria gotten out of hand? Warren Buffett doesn't think so. The legendary investor says the stock market is not in "bubble territory" and actually looks "on the cheap side" due to low interest rates. Fears of British breakup batter the pound 2017-02-27T13:16:52.000000Z The pound slumped by 0.4% against the dollar on Monday to $1.24 on fears that Britain could soon face a new crisis: A referendum on Scottish independence. Europe's giant stock exchange merger is in big trouble 2017-02-27T09:31:56.000000Z Plans to combine the London Stock Exchange with Deutsche Boerse have run into problems with European regulators, making it "unlikely" the deal will be approved.