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Global chief investment officer at UBS Mark Haefele offers his reaction to the Fed hike and what he expects to happen now.
Salman Ahmed, chief strategist at Lombard Odier IM, says we haven’t seen the last of gyrations in the credit market.
With the Fed raising rates for the first time in nine years, higher borrowing costs might spur a credit crunch in Asia and hurt growth, analysts said.
The Fed detailed its plan for raising rates.
Don't fear the junk bond market
Mohamed El-Erian, chief economic advisor at Allianz, discusses what bond investors need to know about the junk bond market.
The Federal Reserve will meet for its December meeting this week. Mohamed El-Erian, chief economic advisor at Allianz, predicts the Fed hikes interest rates.
Mohamed El-Erian, chief economic advisor at Allianz, shares his view of the high yield bond market.
Sandy Rufenacht, Three Peaks Capital CIO & co-portfolio, discusses the selloff in junk bonds.
The FMHR traders discuss continued jitters over junk bonds.
Dan Heckman, U.S. Bank Wealth Management, thinks the market has further room to room to the downside.
With oil prices below $40 and falling, it’s a courageous trader who wants to boost his commodity exposure. But for those that do, here's a novel idea.
Jim Awad, MD at Plimsoll Mark Capital, warns that the lack of regulation and discipline in credit markets risk hurting the U.S. economy.
With U.S. interest rates set to rise and Europe's likely headed lower, assets on the continent look like a good bet, Goldman Sachs said.
Not knowing your credit score could cost you. CNBC's Landon Dowdy takes a look at what makes a good score and how you can find yours out for free.
Purchase mortgage originations surged 15 percent annually in Q2, and purchase lending is being driven almost entirely by high-credit borrowers. Zillow Chief Economist Stan Humphries, and CNBC's Diana Olick provide insight.
Candidates say they support small businesses. But what are they doing to help this key driver of economic growth?
As more consumers turn to social media, a growing number of hackers are using fake accounts to phish for account credentials.
Merely raising capital levels is not going create "unquestionably strong" banks, warns Nathan Bell, head of research at Peters MacGregor Capital Management.
FICO says the content borrowers post on their social media profiles could be used to gauge their creditworthiness.