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Risk-averse investors have been bailing out of the Australian and New Zealand dollars. Time for bargain hunting, this strategist says.
In a normal market, the wide disparity between the Dow Jones Industrial Average and technicals would be screaming an ugly message, but these are not normal times.
In less than two years, Bank of America has sold 20 assets worth the market capitalization of Goldman Sachs. This comes as CEO Brian Moynihan has said that the company does not need to raise capital—likely meaning issue more common shares, since the spigot of asset sales is still flowing
One of the top performing sectors these days is utilities, with Christopher Muir, Standard & Poor's senior analyst.
Strong third-quarter earnings could be a "positive catalyst" on a U.S. stock market that has been plagued by uncertainty, Eugene Peroni, Advisor Asset Management senior vice president, told CNBC.
Will U.S. companies swoop into Europe with a strong dollar? Mark Thierfelder, Dechert LLP, shares his thoughts, and CNBC's Kayla Tausche takes a closer look at Bank of America's asset sales to help raise capital ratios.
Investors who have an 18-months or longer time horizon should consider buying Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs, one analyst said.
Is now the time for investors to pick up these bargain buys or is more trouble ahead for the sector? Basili Alukos, Morningstar and Christian Wetherbee, Citi air freight/surface/marine transportation analyst share their strategies.
Strategies for investors to do amid volatility as the fourth quarter approaches, with Keith McCullough, Hedgeye Risk Management and Eugene Peroni Advisors Asset Management.
The world's largest bond fund said it is cutting back on its exposure to riskier assets amid concerns about the outlook for the global economy.
Greg Gordon, ISI Group Utilities Research Group managing director.
Hungary's decision to help its citizens pay back the foreign exchange loans they took at the height of the economic boom a few years back has sparked outrage among banks and spooked foreign investors.
Futures added to their gains Thursday as investors cheered a handful of encouraging economic news and after Germany's parliament passed a crucial vote which approved the reforms to the EFSF.
An outlook on whether copper will continue to struggle, with Eric Zuccarelli, independent copper trader.
Recent declines in banking and financial stocks are part of a "banking crisis in slow motion," one investor told CNBC as the markets awaited the outcome of a key vote on the European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) in Germany.
Investors and consumers across the world are worried that the global economy is heading back into recession, but analysts at Goldman Sachs are warning the risk of a "great stagnation" is bigger than you might think.
Hungary's government is taking steps to pull the country out of the difficult economic conditions it still faces but needs to ensure predictability, Eleni Tsakopoulos Kounalakis, US Ambassador to Hungary, told CNBC.com.
In this volatile market, investors cherish safety and consistency above all else, says Cramer. Talking profits and dividends, with Mike Morris, American Electric Power chairman and CEO.
You say the name of a stock, and Mad Money's Jim Cramer tells you whether to buy or sell.
Right now there are a lot of incredibly cheap oil companies, says Mad Money's Jim Cramer, and Whiting Petroleum is one of them. Cramer talks with a key player in the Bakken shale region, James Volker, Whiting Petroleum CEO.