Will Duff Gordon, research director at Markit, tells CNBC that the rising tide and record bull market mean that being a short seller is 'a nightmare right now'.» Read More
So much concern, so much talk about dealing with disappointment, and a perceived slowdown in Blackberry momentum amid so much media clamor about anything and everything Droid from Google and what does Research in Motion do? Blows everyone away, that's what.
Carnival is cruising into its earnings release Friday morning, and the bulls are getting on board.
Corporate IT spending is going to be one of the prime drivers of the tech rally in 2010, said Paul Wick, portfolio manager at Seligman Communications & Information Fund. He shared his insight and stock picks.
Just before 3pm today, volume in Bank of America picked up as shares fell below $15 – the price of its secondary offering earlier in the month.
Stocks declined Thursday as the dollar gained. Financials took a hit after an analyst slashed her outlook and Citigroup's offering disappointed. A weak outlook from shipping giant FedEx also weighed on the market.
Many investors see junk bonds as the way to go, but are the high yields worth the risk now? Thomas Karsten, president and CIO of Karsten Financial, told CNBC where investors should put their money.
Stocks declined Thursday as the dollar gained and weekly jobless claims rose more than expected last week.
2009 was a banner year for the ETF industry. Assets under management blew up to record levels, hitting $751 billion at the end of November, a 54 percent jump from a year earlier. Tom Lydon, editor of ETF Trends, offers his outlook for 2010.
Markets opened lower on Thursday as the dollar gained and weekly jobless claims rose more than expected last week. David Waddell of Waddell & Associates and Bernard Beal of M.R. Beal & Co. shared their outlooks for 2010.
Many investors are familiar with the emerging markets story, especially with the MSCI Emerging Index's 70% or so gain so far this year.
Crude oil supplies in the Midwest (PADD II) and the GoM continued moving in opposite directions, writes Stephen Schork.
Short dollar trade continues to unwind and lots of finger-pointing over Citi's disappointing pricing of its secondary.
Meredith Whitney Advisory Group cut its earnings estimates for Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley Thursday.
U.S. stock futures pointed to a lower open for Wall Street on Thursday, a day after the Federal Reserve reiterated its special liquidity measures would expire early next year, dragging bank stocks down.
American Express shares looks set to gain nearly $10, but the outlook for Citigroup and Bank of America is negative as shares of the Wall Street banks could be set for sharp declines, Royce Tostrams, technical analyst at Tostrams Groep, told CNBC Thursday.
Global stocks were lower on Thursday after the Federal Reserve reiterated its special liquidity measures would expire early next year. Experts told CNBC investors should stick to value areas as a result.
As New Year's approaches, money managers, strategists, sell-side analysts and economists turn their attention to what the next year holds.
Bernanke is expected to renominated into office on Thursday, but he has his critics; some who have blasted Time's magazine's choice of the Fed Chief as "Person of the Year."
The Dow erased all of gains on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve offered no surprises in its latest statement. Anton Schutz, president of Mendon Capital told investors what to expect from the markets going forward.
The Federal Reserve, as expected, decided to hold interest rates at a record low for an "extended period" to keep the economic recovery going and drive down double-digit unemployment. What does this mean for stocks going forward? Kenneth Heebner, portfolio manager at Capital Growth Management, shared his view.