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A step-by-step guide for keeping your money as safe as possible during these trying times.
As the transportation sector goes, so goes the U.S. economy, and that means things are going to get better, Donald Broughton told CNBC Friday.
How to cash in on Alcoa's Q2 earnings, with Brian Stutland, Stutland Equities.
Shares of Google fell after Morgan Stanley downgraded the company to "equal weight," saying its margins will decline due to hiring concerns and higher spending on advertising for new products. Morgan Stanley cut its price target to $600 from $645, according to the report.
The higher commodity prices have been a double-edged sword for U.S. companies...
"There are certainly a lot of individuals out there, the so-called market experts that rely on hard factual data that are certainly scratching their heads," says one market strategist.
It looks like it may be a busy weekend for Williams Companies, its advisors and its board of directors as the company seems likely to move ahead with an offer to top Energy Transfer's latest $40-a-share offer for Southern Union, according to sources.
I'm not trying to gild the lily (OK, I am) but this is not that bad. When the jobs report came out at 8:30am ET, I was quite sure the Dow would be down at least 200 points at the open, likely more.
The Canadian dollar could face near-term headwinds, this strategist says— but after that, prepare for liftoff.
Wayne Kaufman, chief market analyst at John Thomas Financial Leadership told CNBC Friday he likes U.S. companies with a global focus but he does not like the Obama administration's economic policies.
Here's why you should keep a close eye on these six stocks.
Some think not as bad as the open. The thinking is that most who really wanted to sell did it using futures at 8:30am ET, and at the open at 9:30am ET.
"In addition to the shock value...we need to seriously question whether a double dip is there. I would say it's back on the table," says one strategist.
Futures dropped 17 points as June nonfarm payrolls came in at 18,000 — well below expectations of 125,000. Private payrolls only grew 57,000, also disappointing. To top it off, April and May numbers were revised lower as well.
Futures tumbled sharply Friday after employment rose far less than expected, shattering hopes that the economy was starting to regain momentum after a soft patch in the first half of the year.
Discussing why she believes the President's policy is not working to grow the economy, with Rep. Michelle Bachmann, (R-MN).
Americans who illegally download songs and movies may soon be in for a surprise: They will be warned to stop, and if they don’t, they could find their Internet access slowing to a crawl, the New York Times reports.
Jim Rogers, the noted commodity bull, is shorting the 30-year U.S. government bonds and may consider shorting the 5 and 10-year bonds as well, he told CNBC on Monday.
June may end up being a turning point for the job market, even if job creation still shows up to be relatively light in the government employment report Friday.