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Stock index futures dipped Monday, tracking losses in Europe amid concerns over whether Greece can avoid a messy default.
Stocks ended near session highs Friday, with the Dow finishing at its best level since May 2008, buoyed by a monthly government employment report that blew past estimates and a handful of impressive economic news.
American icon Caterpillar is one firm who is helping bring jobs back home, reports CNBC's Jane Wells. Marc Morial, National Urban League, and Ron Christie, Christie Strategies, also weigh in.
US stock index futures surged following a monthly government employment report that blew past estimates.
An Iranian missile under construction, caught up in a mysterious blast in November, had a range of 6,000 miles, a senior Israeli official said Thursday in a speech outside Tel Aviv, the Christian Science Monitor reports.
Euro zone and U.S. growth rates will probably diverge this year, with the euro zone contracting while U.S. growth accelerates, but U.S growth will be similar to that in the euro zone next year, Legal & General Investment Management said in a new report.
Stocks ended narrowly mixed in a lackluster session Thursday following a handful of mixed earnings reports, decline in weekly jobless claims and ahead of the government's monthly employment report due Friday morning.
U.S. stock index futures turned positive Thursday following news that jobless claims fell and as investors digested a handful of mixed earnings news.
During his presidential campaign in 2007, Republican candidate Mitt Romney promised that a trust overseeing his financial portfolio would shed any investments that conflicted with GOP positions toward Iran, China, stem cell research and other issues.
Stocks kicked off the first trading day of February with a bang, extending their robust rally from the previous month, boosted by some positive global economic news in addition to a report that Greece and its private creditors may soon agree upon a deal.
US stock index futures indicated a sharply higher open for Wall Street, with spirits lifted by a possible announcement of an IPO by Facebook and ahead of various data on unemployment.
MF Global’s chief risk officer urged senior executives and the company’s board to pare back its $6.3 billion proprietary bet on the debt of troubled European nations roughly three months before the futures broker declared bankruptcy, according to his prepared congressional testimony, the Financial Times reports.
Stocks came off their worst levels but still finished narrowly mixed Tuesday, after a handful of disappointing economic news weighed on the market. Despite the session's lackluster performance, the Dow and S&P are still posted their best January since 1997. In addition, all three major averages logged their best monthly gains since October.
U.S. stock index futures held their early gains Tuesday as investors seemed unfazed following a report that showed home prices continued to decline. Futures were buoyed by renewed hopes for a deal between Greece and private sector creditors, and after the approval of a new euro zone budget discipline pact.
Stocks cut most of their earlier losses, but still finished in negative territory Monday as ongoing worries over the euro zone debt crisis kept investors from fully jumping in.
GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney is running ahead of rival Newt Gingrich in polls a day before voting begins in Florida's Republican primary, with CNBC's Eamon Javers.
Stock index futures slumped Monday, tracking losses in Europe and Asia, amid renewed worries over a second bailout package for Greece.
Discussing why he is backing Mitt Romney, with Stephen Ross, The Related Companies chairman/CEO/founder, who says Romney has the background needed to be President in these times.
With the European financial crisis still threatening a trail of defaults, United States banks are betting that their insurance is going to pay out, the New York Times reports.
No country will exit the euro zone this year but a solution to the debt crisis remains elusive, Jim Rogers, CEO and chairman at Rogers Holdings, told CNBC Monday.