Jim Awad, managing director at Plimsoll Mark Capital, discusses the weaker finish and anemic trading volumes on Wall Street last week.» Read More
Discussing whether bullish headlines from Cummins signal a return to fundamental investing, with Michael Murphy, Rosecliff Capital CEO.
There's more fear in Europe than in the U.S. says, Jim Iuorio, TJM Institututional Services, with the play on Europe's volatility and tech giant, Microsoft.
The Fast Money traders weigh in on the trade on Best Buy, and take a look at stocks to play today.
Does Cisco have a winning turnaround plan? Nikos Theodosopoulous, UBS telecom analyst, weighs in on the tech giant's new strategy.
If you want to shape up your investment portfolio, you may want to consider sports apparel retailers Foot Locker and Lululemon Athletica, two analysts told CNBC Tuesday.
West Texas Intermediate oil futures closed above $90 for the first time in six weeks, driven higher by a confluence of factors, including tighter supplies.
Is Apple ripe to spend some it its $100 billion in cash? Kathryn Huberty, Morgan Stanley provides analysis of a possible dividend by the tech leader.
While most of UPS revenues are in the U.S. (about 75 percent), the health of their international package business (about 22 percent of revenues) is considered a key barometer of global shipping demand.
Stocks rallied to finish higher in another volatile session Tuesday, led by industrials and materials, but investors continued to remain cautious over the euro zone debt crisis and the economy.
Although the turmoil in Greece, France, Germany and the rest of the euro monetary bloc will steal attention in the days ahead, investors should avoid being distracted from other events taking place elsewhere around the globe, according to a report from TheStreet.
European debt issues haven't gone away, but they can be ignored — for a day or two. Here's something odd: S&P Industrials up almost 2 percent, and S&P Materials up 1.6 percent, but S&P Energy up less than 0.5 percent.
Hedge Fund juggernaut, Tiger Management delivered gains of annualized returns of 32% each year between 1980 and 1988. Julian Robertson spoke exclusively with Maria Bartiromo about his investments worldwide. Robertson believes that the tech boom is still going strong, global stocks are cheap and he's looking for opportunities around the globe.
CNBC's Jon Fortt has the story on how John Chambers, Cisco System CEO plans to increase sales and reassure investors. Also, discussing whether the stock is oversold, with Mark Sue, RBC Capital Markets, and Alkesh Shah, Evercore Partners.
Analysts at Citigroup and UBS lowered their earnings estimates Monday for Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and other universal banks on expectations the barren landscape in the equity and credit markets would persist for several quarters.
If a recession occurs in the U.S., it will not hit that hard although the markets will continue to experience volatility stemming from a lack of confidence because of uncertainty in Europe and weak U.S. economic data, said Robert Doll, chief equity strategist for BlackRock.
CNBC's Courtney Regan reports due to overwhelming consumer demand for the high-end fashion line, Target sold out of the designer's collection within minutes of its launch.
CNBC's Rick Santelli reports on Tuesday's Treasury auction from the CME.
There are "big holes in the market" for investors to sidestep, including financial, commodity, and health-care stocks, Laszlo Birinyi told CNBC Tuesday.
Long dollar positions are growing, especially against the euro. That could get interesting as the FOMC meeting nears.
Even professional stock pickers are miserable. At an informal gathering of about a dozen hedge fund traders and analysts last night, trader after trader expressed frustration with the fact that the correlation between stocks has been near all-time highs—for months. This means that stock picking has been useless.