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The biggest question in any debt crisis is whether a credible path back to solvency can be found. For Greece, this now seems very unlikely, the Financial Times reports.
A preview of market activity and what to watch for at the open, with Pat Kernan, Cardinal Capital Management.
CNBC's Rick Santelli with a look at today's futures activity at the CME, with Barry Knapp, Barclays.
A preview of today's futures and commodities markets, with Nicholas Bennenbroek, Wells Fargo; Yra Harris, Praxis Trading, and Stephen Schork, The Schork Report.
The London Stock Exchange would be open to considering a merger of equals with Nasdaq OMX, the US exchange operator, in the first sign that the British bourse could yet turn its attention to securing its future in another big merger after its attempted tie-up with Canada’s TMX Group collapsed, the FT reports.
A look ahead of the futures trading day, with CNBC's Rick Santelli.
By the time you read this column today, a fascinating shift will almost certainly have occurred in the nature of US finance: for the first time the government will be the biggest source of outstanding home mortgage and consumer credit loans in the US, eclipsing private sector banks or investors.
The Fast Money traders weigh in on the crop report and the dramatic drop in grain futures.
Is the Fed's easy money policy to blame for a weaker dollar and higher commodity prices? Discussing what's ahead for currencies and commodities, with Rehan Rashid, FBR, and Jens Nordvig, Nomura Securities.
Investment professionals have a new pitch: The sky could soon be falling. So-called black swan funds — named for rare and unexpected events — offer a way to profit in the event of a market collapse, the New York Times reports.
A preview of today's market activity from the CME, with Michael Gurka, BruinHill Partners.
Enjoy the coming slump. That is not what the Bank for International Settlements says to the US and other over-indebted economies. But it is what its latest annual report implies, writes FT columnist Martin Wolf.
The supply/demand restrict in oil is a lot tighter than first thought. A check on what's moving futures and oil ahead of this morning's open, with Kevin Ferry, Cronus Futures Management, and Stephen Schork, The Schork Report.
There's a lot of uncertainty priced into the market.and it's not a time to get overly aggressive. Charting market fundamentals and looking for investment opportunites, with Steve Auth, Federated Investors Global Equities, and Anthony Chan, JP Morgan Private Wealth Management.
Nearly three years after the start of the economic crisis, a new spectre is haunting the world’s most advanced economies: the prospect that the majority of their citizens will face years of stagnant wages, reported the FT.
A few weeks ago, Mike Farrell, head of Annaly Capital, a New-York based, non-bank finance firm, wrote a letter to his investors that pointed out that “in times of chaos ... those that survive aren’t necessarily the biggest or the bravest.” the FT reported.
Citigroup has fired the starting gun on the auction of EMI, the British music business it seized from Guy Hands’ Terra Firma group in February, setting up a probable sale of the company behind the Beatles and the James Bond theme tune, reported the FT.
A mismatch in the US labour market between the skills of unemployed people and the jobs available is making it hard for some companies to find the right staff despite an unemployment rate of more than 9 percent, one of the country’s largest manufacturing employers has warned, the Financial Times reports.
Merger arbitrage investors are braced for a second consecutive month of losses with a string of unexpected upsets leading to a difficult period for the hedge fund strategy, the FT reports.
Amid weak economic data and the crisis in Greece, a look at what to expect in the markets, with Holly Liss, Citi; Jeff Grossman, BRG Brokerage; and Warren Meyers, DME Securities.
Gold dove on the jobs report, then soared. Here's why.
Siegel and Wien disagree over how much the Fed has driven this year's rally.
Blackstone's Byron Wien and Wharton's Jeremy Siegel have at it in a wide-ranging debate on the market and the economy, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.
CNBC's Dominic Chu looks at three stocks to watch for next week, including Autozone, which is up 30 percent this year; Costco, which reports early Wednesday am; and Lululemon, which reports Thursday before the bell.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets and looks ahead to where oil and precious metals are likely headed next week.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen looks ahead to what are likely to be next week's top business and financial stories.