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How to navigate a rocky market, with David Darst, Morgan Stanley, and Mike Koskuba, Victory Capital Management.
A trader I have known for more than a decade — a man with 30 years trading experience — called me this afternoon to say he has gone long the market, a comment I heard several times this afternoon.
Several signs suggest a rebound in the bank sector is on the way.
"Depending on our politicians to make business-friendly decisions in a timely manner is certainly not a formula for success," Harry Rady, chief executive of Rady Asset Management, told CNBC Friday.
Traders are betting a deal will get done. President Obama said earlier that Democrats and Republicans are not far apart on an agreement to raise the debt ceiling.
The only relative safe haven in North American equities in the event of a U.S. default would be Canadian banks, though even they would feel the ripple effects, according to a report from Keefe, Bruyette & Woods.
The Fast Money traders weigh in on buying opportunities in the market and a trade on the Swiss franc, with Rebecca Patterson, JPMorgan Asset Management.
Wall Street was heading out of July on a negative note, with a sharp selloff at the open triggered by the debt impasse in Washington and news that economic growth was even more anemic than expected.
Globalized economies must go with their strengths. For the United States those are resources, banking and medium and high-tech manufacturing and services.
Gold soars to record highs after the latest read on the economy came in weaker than expected. Insight on how one gold producer is posting profits, with Richard O'Brien, Newmont Mining president/CEO.
Here's why you should keep a close eye on these six stocks.
Can we conclude the second round of quantitative easing did not work? It may have solved the deflation problem, but it did nothing to help improve the jobs outlook or the economic outlook, it appears.
Stock index futures pointed to a weaker open for Wall Street on Friday after U.S. House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner failed to rally enough support for his plan to raise the debt ceiling before Tuesday’s deadline.
Vodafone shareholders will get their first dividend payout in six years after a bumper payout from Verizon Wireless, its joint venture with Verizon Communications.
A warning on Spain dents the euro and Japanese officials want the yen lower, thank you. It's time for your Friday FX Fix.
As Republicans failed to agree a plan to raise the US debt ceiling, Dennis Gartman, author of The Gartman Letter, warned that the US stock market was a dangerous place at the moment.
The debt impasse in Washington has sent investors fleeing for safety, selling down the U.S. dollar and buying into safe-haven assets like the Swiss franc and Japanese yen.
"The world’s financial system could face losses equivalent to that of Lehman’s failure by August 15, and then again on the fifteenth day and the last day of every month until default is rectified,” says one chief economist.
Washington's political feuding over the deficit has damaged business and consumer sentiment, but now some economists are wondering if it will curb third-quarter growth.
In the midst of stalled debt talks inching closer to the Aug. 2 deadline when the federal government will run out of money to pay its bills, analysts are split over how the market will react—even if a deal is inked in time.