Dec 19- The biggest investor in Meredith Whitney's hedge fund has demanded his money back and two executives have left in the past month, Bloomberg reported, citing a person with knowledge of the firm. Chief Financial Officer Andrew Turchin has also exited, Bloomberg said, quoting the source. Whitney's fund started trading in November 2013 with about $50 million...
Meredith Whitney has announced she is de-registering her brokerage business and is in the process of raising money for a new hedge fund. Does this mean if she can't make it in the research business, no one can? Jim Chanos responds.
Meredith Whitney of Meredith Whitney Advisory Group sees a migration away from the coasts to the middle of the country, to states rich in commodities—such as Texas, Louisiana, and North Dakota.
How to play Lululemon ahead of its earnings announcement this week, with the FMHR traders.
Discussing the state of the financial sector, with Meredith Whitney of Meredith Whitney Advisory Group CEO. "There is more clarity today on financials than over the past 5 years," she explains.
Jason Goldberg, Barclays, explains how long he expects banks to get a boost from Meredith Whitney's latest upgrades on Citi, Bank of America and Discover Financial.
What to expect from tomorrow's trading day, with Kimberly Foss, Empyrion Wealth Management; Steven Rosen, Societe Generale and Rich Peterson, S&P Capital IQ.
CNBC's Maria Bartiromo reports financial analyst Meredith Whitney is upgrading financials, moving to a positive stance on the group ahead of 3 catalysts in 2013.
Richard Bove, Rochdale Securities, discusses the state of the financial sector, which firms he is likely to sign with, what's next for Rochdale and Meredith Whitney's positive stance on the financials. "I think Meredith is right, but she should have said in 2011," he says.
Meredith Whitney, founder & CEO of Meredith Whitney Advisory Group LLC, discusses whether you should be concerned about the banking sector. "I still like Bank of America," she tells CNBC's Maria Bartiromo.
US banks are already separating banking operations, so there's no need for the radical breakup suggested by former Citigroup chairman Sandy Weill, Meredith Whitney told CNBC Wednesday.
Whether it's San Bernadino, Stockton or Scranton, there are clear signs that things are getting worse in municipal finance — though not quite so bad as famed analyst Meredith Whitney supposed.
JPMorgan Chase was downgraded to "hold" by Meredith Whitney, founder/CEO of the Meredith Whitney Advisory Group. "This was the only large cap bank stock we had recommended, and now it is more in line with our negative stance on the group," she says.
Meredith Whitney, Meredith Whitney Advisory Group CEO, discusses her take on JPMorgan's $2 billion trading loss and the state of the banking industry.
The head of Meredith Whitney Advisory Group said the American heartland will provide the best return for investors, who should avoid large states like California, Illinois and New Jersey.
Meredith Whitney, Advisory Group CEO, explains why she upgraded Citigroup to a "hold" rating and where she sees financial services right now.
Meredith Whitney, who made the prescient call in 2007 that Citigroup would cut its dividend, has now upgraded the very stock that brought her celebrity status during the credit crisis.
CNBC's Kate Kelly has the details of Meredith Whitney's upgrade on Citigroup from an "underperform" rating to a "hold", amid improved operating metrics.
High-grade municipal bonds remain a solid investment despite their sometimes-battered public image, according to fixed income expert Alexandra Lebenthal.
CNBC's Kelly Evans reports Citi has a new target on its back: noted analyst, Meredith Whitney told CNBC's Maria Bartiromo she is not "positive" on Citgroup. Also, discussing the results of the Fed's new "stress tests" on banks and whether it's good policy to play out the results in the public arena, with Bill Isaac, Fifth Third Bancorp chairman.