"At this point, you're sort of in a no man's land waiting for Friday's number," said Daniel Greenhaus, chief global strategist at BTIG.» Read More
Weighing in on the business of weight loss, with David Kirchhoff, Weight Watchers president/CEO.
Insight on why semiconductor stocks are in for a volatile year , with C.J. Muse, Barclays Capital analyst, who says all in all it will still be a good year for the sector.
A look at why Morgan Stanley nailed targets for the S&P ending in 2011, with Adam Parker, Morgan Stanley chief U.S. equity strategist.
Breaking down what the ISM numbers from December indicate for the economy, with Drew Matus, UBS senior economist; CNBC's Steve Liesman & Rick Santelli.
CNBC's Jim Cramer shares six stocks to watch and reveals them in under 60 seconds.
Volumes of Samurai bonds — yen-denominated bonds issued by non-Japanese entities — hit a 15-year high in 2011, and could be 20 percent higher in 2012, a Tokyo-based analyst told CNBC.com.
CNBC's Rick Santelli has the update on bond yields and the dollar.
Unlike the boom years of the last decade, households will not be able to refinance credit card debt and auto loans by further mortgaging homes, and consumers simply must slow down during the first half of 2012.
The euro is taking a back step because there was an overreaction last year to the European debt trouble, according to David Dreman, Dreman Value Management founder, who adds that 2012 will be better than people think.
Good news lifts the euro, but hedge funds aren't so sure - it's time for your FX Fix.
Futures soared, pointing to a sharply higher open on the first trading day of the New Year as investors were encouraged by a manufacturing report from China.
Oil is as low as it is going to go, says Joe Petrowski, Gulf Oil CEO, who shares his forecast on whether there will be a major fluctuation in the price of oil due to the decisions in the Middle East.
Before Europe’s debt crisis flared anew last summer, corporate cash piles and cheap debt had fostered hopes that deal-making would recover strongly. The New York Times reports.
Andrew Economos, Head, Sovereign & Institutional Strategy Asia at JP Morgan Asset Management says in 2012 active trading will be critical, adding that investors will have to work harder for their returns.
To start your new year off right, a key jobs report will land at the end of the week. Here's how to trade it.
Markets start the New Year with a fresh wave of reports on the U.S. economy, including Friday's jobs report, and that could turn the focus away from Europe.
Analysts expect that volatility and correlation will continue to afflict markets in the year to come, the New York Times reports.
Almost $6.3 trillion was erased from global stock markets this year as the euro zone financial crisis reverberated across the world in the latter half of 2011, calling into question the future of the world’s largest currency bloc. The Financial Times reports.
Seasonal factors on top of fundamental challenges are weighing on the euro.
Markets start the New Year with a fresh wave of reports on the U.S. economy and that could temporarily help turn the focus away from Europe.