Although McDonald’s recent rally in the stock market has pushed its shares to trade at all-time highs, one analyst still maintains a "buy" rating on the fast-food giant as investors flee to safety stocks.
What does the Federal Reserve's statement today mean for the markets? Carl Lantz, U.S. Interest Rate Strategy Group and Wilmer Stith, MTB Intermediate Term Bond Fund weigh in.
CNBC's Rick Santelli breaking down Tuesday's moves in the bond market.
Gold prices are down $35 today without the Fed's promise of QE3. CNBC contributor Jordan Kotick shares insight into where gold will go next.
Best Buy's efforts to boost sales — particularly on Black Friday — by deep discounting took a heavy toll on gross profit margins, resulting in the retailer missing quarterly earnings estimates, Brian Nagel, senior research analyst at Oppenheimer & Co., told CNBC Tuesday.
Treasurys are up again after a sale of $21B worth of 10-year notes. Discussing Tuesday's market moves, with Brian Edmonds, Cantor Fitzgerald.
The outlook for the euro is iffy at best, this strategist says - but watch out for positioning risks.
The Fed's statement left interest rates unchanged. The outlook for stocks going into the end of the year, with Steve Neimeth, Sun America Asset Mgmt, and Joe Quinlan, U.S. Trust.
Want to know which banks investors are currently betting against? Take a look at the short interest ratio, which divides average trading volumes by outstanding short interest.
Sharing stock picks for value, with Mark Travis, Intrepid Capital Funds president, including defense contractor, ManTech Intl.
"We get rumors Netflix is going to be acquired every month. It’s either Amazon or Microsoft or Verizon or somebody else," said Piper Jaffray analyst Michael Olson.
CNBC's Hampton Pearson reports the Fed pledges to keep rates exceptionally low through at least mid-2013. Discussing the Fed's decision and its impact on the economy, with Gina Sanchez, Roubini Global Economics; Bill Gross, Pimco; Josh Brown, Fusion Analytics; and Stephen Gallo, Schneider Foreign Exchange.
A preview of the FOMC meeting, with CNBC's Steve Liesman; Bill Gross, Pimco founder/co-CIO; and Josh Brown, Fusion Analytics.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson spoke with financial advisors about how they're positioning their portfolios for "tail risks" in retirement.
"We know that 80% of the growth that's going to take place in the tire industry in the next 20 years will take place in emerging markets," says Pete Selleck, Michelin chairman/president, discussing his company's global outlook.
Has China engineered a "soft landing" steered itself for a bull run in 2012? Jim Oberweis, Asset Mgmt. president, weighs in, saying, "the downside risk is somewhat limited because the government has the balance sheet, if they want to, to make the landing soft."
Flooding in Thailand has cut the world's supply of hard disk drives. Discussing which companies are most likely to be affected, with Brian Blair, Wedge Partners principal.
Sharing perspective on some of the best trades even with all the macro risk in Europe, with Richard Madigan, JPM global access funds CIO.
"Europe is going into recession and the ripple effect on global growth next year is the story," says strategist Peter Boockvar. "To think we can avoid it is delusional."
A look at shares of Salesforce.com and whether weakness does present a buying opportunity, with Walter Pritchard, Citi director/software analyst.