CNNMoney - Markets Wall Street is losing faith in the Trump agenda 2017-03-22T17:12:43.000000Z Read full story for latest details. Donald Trump wants 4% GDP growth. 3% will do 2017-03-22T16:41:14.000000Z President Trump thinks his economic proposals will lead to 4% GDP growth. That may be tough. But even if growth picks up to about 3%, economists think that will be sufficient to make people feel better and be considered a success. French emissions probe extends to Fiat Chrysler 2017-03-22T15:09:31.000000Z Fiat Chrysler is the latest automaker to be ensnared in a growing French investigation into diesel emissions cheating. Trump's Wall Street cop is a big defender of Wall Street 2017-03-22T14:53:58.000000Z Jay Clayton, a star lawyer picked to lead the SEC, has a list of clients that reads like a who's who list of Wall Street bad boys. There's Deutsche Bank, Valeant, Volkswagen, Bear Stearns and of course Goldman Sachs. Brazil's spoiled meat scandal widens worldwide 2017-03-22T14:35:36.000000Z Several countries have temporarily banned imports of Brazilian meat after Brazilian police raided several meat processors alleged to dolled out bribes to food inspectors. Don't just do it? Nike tanks on poor sales 2017-03-22T13:50:02.000000Z Nike's latest sales missed forecasts and its outlook wasn't great either. Competition from Adidas and Under Armour may be taking a toll. But the dismal state of retail in the United States also isn't helping. Airbnb makes a late play for China 2017-03-22T13:46:52.000000Z Read full story for latest details. Does anybody eat cereal for breakfast anymore? 2017-03-21T19:41:26.000000Z Read full story for latest details. Gulf airlines worry electronics ban will hurt them 2017-03-21T18:02:18.000000Z A ban on passengers carrying larger electronic devices such as laptops on some flights to the U.S. could slam Gulf airlines. Trump Reality Check: Did he create nearly half a million jobs? 2017-03-21T17:42:25.000000Z President Trump claimed that the economy added nearly half a million jobs in his first two months in office. But he wasn't in office for much of January.