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Stocks slumped more in the final hour of trading as disappointing economic news halted the market's rally and a disappointing drug trial for Merck dragged down the Dow. Merck and Alcoa fell, while Home Depot rose.
"The rules of the game changed in really 2007, 2008 and 2009, and everybody is trying to figure out how they adapt to that environment," Raymond said.
Stocks slipped as economic news released Thursday gave investors reason to pause a day after the market reached new multi-year highs. Merck sank, while DuPont rose.
US stocks looked set to open lower on Thursday, off the new multi-year record highs reached for all the major indexes on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve reported improving economic conditions across the country, and after upbeat earnings outlooks for banks lifted investor sentiment.
Stocks ended at new record highs as the Federal Reserve reported improving economic conditions across the country, and as upbeat earnings outlooks for banks lifted investor sentiment. JPMorgan and Bank of America rose, while Disney fell.
Two successful hedge mangers continued off-camera, with David Faber, Gary Kaminsky, and two hedge fund giants Steve Tananbaum Golden Tree Asset Management and Jason Ader Hayground Cove.
Stocks traded off the highs of the day, but remained significantly up, as the Federal Reserve reported improving economic conditions across the country, and as upbeat earnings outlooks for banks lifted investor sentiment. JPMorgan and Boeing rose, while Alcoa fell.
It is no longer "in vogue" to carry cash on corporate balance sheets, Steve Tananbaum, an influential player in the credit and the distressed markets and founder and CEO of the $12 billion plus hedge fund GoldenTree Asset Management, told CNBC on Wednesday.
The cycle for commodities is only getting started, said Cliffs Natural Resources CEO Joe Carrabba.
Stocks gained on a brighter outlook for banks ahead of earnings releases, and as debt troubles in Europe eased after a successful Portuguese bond offering. JPMorgan and Bank of America gained.
U.S. stock index futures gained ahead of the open Wednesday and remained higher after Portugal successfully auctioned government debt, relieving some of investors' concerns about the state of the euro zone debt crisis.
Stocks closed up modestly, easing off the highs of the day, as upbeat earnings reports and rising commodity prices gave a lift to the market. BofA and Intel rose, while Verizon fell.
Stocks gained, although they traded down from the highs of the day, following a handful of positive earnings reports and rising commodity prices. BofA and Intel rose, while Verizon fell.
Stocks advanced amid several positive earnings reports and as debt concerns among peripheral euro zone countries faded for the moment. HP and BofA rose, while Verizon fell.
The deal to bring the iPhone to Verizon is a big one. Verizon customers have been waiting for years, and the company should see a boost in the number of subscribers that it adds.
U.S. stock index futures edged slightly higher ahead of the open Tuesday after Alcoa got earnings season off to a good start with better-than-expected results after the close Monday.
I've often said that nine out of ten mergers create little to no value, but perhaps Monday's deal between Progress Energy and Duke Energy will be one of the few that do, and here's why.
Stocks ended mixed, but off the lows of the session, amid rekindled European debt worries and as investors awaited the start of the earnings season.
Mail-order drug pharmacy Medco Health Solutions will have a “monster” year, meaning a very lucrative one, in 2012, due to a number of blockbuster drugs going off-patent, David Snow, its CEO and chairman, told CNBC Monday.
Stocks pared some of their earlier losses as tech stocks gained, but remained under pressure for a third straight session Monday amid rekindled European worries and as investors awaited the start of the earnings season. AT&T and DuPont fell, while BofA rose.
NEW YORK, March 10- More client-hungry hedge fund managers are looking to put their investment strategies to work in exchange-traded funds, a move that could exponentially expand their pool of investors but requires them to slash investment management fees.
Rhonda Ryan, partner and head of EMEA at Altius Associates, says the private equity market is "buoyant".
Big-name hedge funds like Third Point Capital, Paulson& Co, Pershing Square Capital Management, and Eton Park Capital Management have made it tougher for investors to see fund performance, using complex password-protected websites and putting in settings that forbid things like printing, forwarding, and copying and pasting.