CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses the latest action in the bond market, and the U.S. dollar.» Read More
CNBC's Kate Kelly with the details on Glencore's initial public offering and who's buying the shares.
Stocks traded mixed after news that pending home sales rose 5.1 percent, and a slew of companies delivered a mixed batch of earnings, a day after the market hit record multi-year highs across-the-board.
NYSE Chairman Jan-Michiel Hessels called the Nasdaq proposal "an empty vessel," and that the Nasdaq bid was "frought with unacceptable execution risk" and that they would not get regulatory approval. Then there was Evelyn Y. Davis...
Here's why you should keep a close eye on these six stocks.
Bowing to criticism from the financial press, from short-sellers and others, the Nasdaq has quietly filed with the SEC to change the way reverse mergers are listed—Chinese or otherwise.
ExxonMobil’s quarter earnings results were “good,” said Phil Weiss, senior energy analyst at Argus Research Company. He maintained his "positive view" on the stock.
Investors will be attracted to Microsoft if it raises its dividend over 3 percent, but don't expect to hear that tonight during the company's earnings report, said Walter Pritchard, director and software analyst at Citi.
Some value plays to keep your eyes on, with Tim Courtney, Burns Advisory Group and Michael Savage, Savage Financial Group.
Stock index futures fell slightly ahead of the open on Wall Street Thursday after news that the economy slowed in the first quarter, and jobless claims rose more than expected.
Among the long-running jokes to those of us watching Wall Street: Analysts almost never put an outright “sell” rating and recommendation on a stock.
A breakdown of the consumer staple company's Q3 earnings, with Jon Moeller, Procter & Gamble CFO.
Discussing the tone of the markets, with Mark Hulbert, Dow Jones MarketWatch/Hulbert Financial Digest.
The headwinds facing the global economy, while significant, have yet to impact stock markets as investors have focused on rising profitability and the "risk-on" trade being underpinned by loose monetary policy.
Elevated jobless claims or a very weak reading on first quarter GDP Thursday could give the markets pause, as investors continue to pick apart the Fed's commitment to its easing policies.
Four years after coming into existence, Hong Kong’s nascent market for renminbi-denominated bonds — a core plank in China’s drive to internationalize its currency — has burst into life. The Financial Times reports.
Like him or not—Jim Cramer often gets you to stop and think, which is the method to his madness. So when he started talking Netflix on CNBC today I stopped to listen.
A third round of quantitative easing? Several comments from Ben Bernanke made traders believe that the Fed would continue to provide some support to stock prices, even after QE2 ends.
The markets rallied after the Fed signaled an intent to to complete its bond buying program by June. The Fast Money team discusses the market ramifications.
If Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's goal was to appear to be in control of the press conference, to control the supposedly rapid Washington press corp, and to lay out some rationale for his policies, than he should be pleased with his performance. By most any standards, it was a fairly sedate affair. Stocks rose.
Stocks added to gains after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke spoke to the press, hitting new highs ahead of the market's close.