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Stocks are rallying on the strong jobs report. What happened to fear of tapering?
Investment in Iran's lucrative oil reserves could be a long term opportunity, according Torgrim Reitan, the chief financial officer at oil major Statoil.
It may be time to step back from retailers, because the damage is broader than just apparel.
Despite optimism over the state of the global economy, chief financial officers from around the globe are wary of asset valuations.
Taper anxiety is feeding a sell-off that some argue should be embraced. Stocks dropped at the opening bell, with the 10-year spiking.
The rally is still in an uptrend, but it's looking tired. Then again, it's been looking tired for more than a week.
The demand for steel will pick up in the U.S. thanks to a pick-up in certain industries but there will be "pain " in Europe.
Black Friday retail sales may have been more sizzle than steak. Traffic was up, but spending was down.
"Lots of businesses have had a longer runway to recover," says AlixPartners CEO Fred Crawford, in discussing corporate America's health amid "easy money."
Euro zone countries -- particularly in the south -- still face "challenging economic conditions," the CFO at Wolters Kluwer told CNBC.
The delay surrounding the European banking union needs to end if lenders are to shake off "the shackles on growth," the CFO of BNP Paribas told CNBC.
Germany might be growing and there are signs of stabilization in Europe, but it's nothing to "hang our hats on," the CFO of Deutsche Post DHL said.
Amid the noise of the Dow and S&P 500 hitting record highs, markets have moved in a narrow range for the past week on light volume.
October's retail sales supports the view of those who would like to see the Fed begin tapering, and confirmed decent retail earnings.
IntercontinentalExchange, which last week completed its deal for NYSE Euronext, held a teleconference this morning to update investors.
Activist investor Carl Icahn said he is "very cautious" on the stock market and has no plans to walk away from his Apple investment.
The season of big round numbers--as in, 16,000 on the Dow, 1,800 on the S&P 500 and 4,000 on the NASDAQ--is upon us. Are we overbought?
Is there a big reason to sell stocks? Not right now. Everyone is more scared of missing the upside.
Fed chief nominee-in-waiting Janet Yellen got markets rolling on Wednesday with her dovish remarks. Don't expect much follow-through.
Apple is under investigation in Italy for allegedly hiding $1.34B from the local tax authority, a source with direct knowledge of the matter said.