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Chipmaker Qualcomm, holding its annual analyst event Wednesday, looks set to hold the pole position in the race to 4G networks, according to experts.
From the "January Effect" to "Sell in May and Go Away,"investors who followed Wall Street's favorite maxims fared quite well this year. The only question is whether Santa Claus will bring a year-end rally.
Joshua Feinman, Deutsche Asset Management, discusses whether rising oil prices could signal that the risk of inflation is back on.
Thomas Melcher, Hawthorn, discusses a new PNC survey which finds the number of affluent investors who feel pessimistic about their portfolios now outnumber optimists.
NYMEX crude oil is rallying on the reversal of the seaway pipeline. Anthony Grisanti, GRZ Energy, weighs in.
Starbucks is raising prices in several major US markets, with Dennis Gartman, the Gartman Letter. The Fast Money traders also look at big market movers midday.
WTI surged above $102 on news that the flow of crude oil will be reversed on the Seaway Pipeline. The result in Wednesday’s trading has been panic in the spread between WTI and Brent Crude with funds and other market players buying WTI and selling off Brent...fast.
John Mackey, Whole Foods Market co-CEO, discusses why economic freedom in the United States is declining and how it comes at the expense of American jobs.
My first reaction when I heard there would be a social media ETF was the same I have whenever I hear a new “sector” fund is being launched: Why always after the fact?
The Mexican peso looks ready to rise, these strategists say.
In this economic environment where most everyone is acutely aware of how they spend their money, it’s interesting that we’re willing to look the other way when we need some fast cash, burying our head in the financial quicksand, and instead embrace the potentially damaging money at any cost attitude.
David Woo, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, discusses developments out of Italy and whether the Bank of England's comments today signal trouble for the UK.
Target is trading higher after Q3 results beat estimates, with Patrick McKeever, MKM Partners.
What to watch ahead of the open, with CNBC's Jim Cramer.
The IEA says that the oil market is tight and high prices remain a threat, with CNBC's Mary Thompson.
Futures extended their losses Wednesday, amid ongoing concerns over high borrowing costs for heavily-indebted euro zone countries.
Call buyers streamed into Broadcom yesterday as the chip maker ran higher with the rest of the tech sector.
In order to feed 7 billion people, and 9.1 billion by 2050, Jacques Diouf, director general of the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, told CNBC the world market needs to be fairer and more free.
Weakness in the Japanese yen is ahead for the long-term, as a 40-year long-term cycle which has seen the yen's exchange rate appreciating against the dollar is about to see a major reversal, Ron William, a technical strategist at MIG Bank, told CNBC.com.