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The economy is highly unlikely to re-enter recession and that means the stock market will keep moving higher, though not as much as previously expected, Goldman Sachs analyst Abby Joseph Cohen said.
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The discreet sign by the door does not say Lehman Brothers. But step inside: a bit of Lehman lives on here in Manhattan, reports the New York Times.
As many households and small businesses are being turned away by bank loan officers, large corporations are borrowing vast sums of money for next to nothing — simply because they can, the New York Times reports.
The September jobs report trumps most everything else for markets in the week ahead, and it could have a lingering effect.
Apple's approach to $300 brings it close to a $274 billion market cap, second only to Exxon Mobil's $315 billion value as the largest U.S. companies by stock value. Apple sits high atop the tech sector, with Microsoft now a distant second. But even as Apple continues to climb to all-time highs, some analysts see reason to point even higher. ...A report from TheStreet.
Stock experts are well and good, Cramer says, but investors should be willing to learn from just about anyone.
Following the wrong one, Cramer says, could sidetrack you from the market’s next big move.
You’d be surprised at how much money you can make doing just that.
Stocks ended modestly higher for the first trading session of the fourth quarter despite a volatile start as investors digested a spate of economic reports giving conflicting accounts of the U.S. economy's health. JP Morgan and Bank of America rose.
This is a report from the staffs of the CFTC and the SEC. Given the intense rivalry between the CFTC and the SEC, and the fact that one of the main causative factors was a huge eMini sell order, maybe all they could agree on is just the bare-bones facts.
The SEC’s focus on high frequency traders should be instead on the proliferation of high frequency products. The traders are the good guys in the Man versus Machine debate. My worries are about the 30-some sponsors of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) who are said to be creating all sorts of new ready-to-exploit pricing inefficiencies in small capitalization stocks, sectors, industry ETFs, ETF futures, ETF options, and ETF fund-of-funds.
The Dow came off the best September since 1939. So will the market rally continue in the fourth quarter? Brent Wilsey, president of Wilsey Asset Management, and Christopher Craddock, senior managing director at CC Trading, discussed their best plays.
It seems this report will be submitted to the joint advisory committee for their consideration. But this was a high-profile report and the public is looking for what, if any, action the SEC should be taking...
Stocks held gains for the first trading session of the fourth quarter despite a volatile start as investors digested a spate of economic reports giving conflicting accounts of the U.S. economy's health. JP Morgan and Bank of America rose.
Another flash crash could happen now, but it’s less likely than it was on May 6, when it took place, Bart Chilton, commissioner of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), told CNBC Friday.
We recently did some firsthand investigation into the likelihood of a gold/silver bubble by heading straight to a source of the would-be bubble—the precious metals mecca that is New York City’s 47th Street Diamond District.
Hewlett-Packard shares slipped on Friday after new CEO Leo Apotheker failed to gain investor confidence. Roger Kay, president and founder of Endpoint Technologies shared his insights on the tech giant’s new CEO. Roger Kay, president and founder of Endpoint Technologies shares his insights.
Democrats are pulling up in the polls—though not doing well, they are doing less badly. Prospects for a Republican sweep seem less likely than two weeks ago, and the Republicans have only themselves to blame.