James Liu, JPMorgan Funds global market strategist, and Joe Quinlan, Bank of America chief market strategist, discuss an outlook for the second half.» Read More
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Corn supplies are forecast to be higher than expected this fall. A larger crop would ease concerns of a grain shortage and could slow food inflation later this year.
The euro rallied and S&P futures moved almost 18 points — solely on vague rumors that the ECB may be buying Italian debt. I very much doubt that.
Futures shaved some losses Tuesday after investors shrugged off news that trade deficit jumped more than expected. Investors had been concerned over the spreading debt crisis in Europe in addition to an ongoing struggle to break the impasse over a reduction in the U.S. deficit.
European banking stocks fell sharply Tuesday before starting to rebound, with Unicredit and Deutsche Bank among the top losers, on fears that sovereign debt crises in peripheral euro zone countries might spread.
Vodafone, the UK-listed telecoms company, has warned it faces a doubling of the $2.5bn tax bill it is contesting in the India Supreme Court in July. The FT reports.
You say the name of a stock, and Mad Money's Jim Cramer tells you whether to buy or sell.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer reminds you that as stocks go lower, they also get cheaper.
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Euro dip concerns have reached a dangerous phase, says Nick Bennenbroek, head of currency strategy at Wells Fargo Foreign Exchange.
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Stocks ended near session lows Monday, posting their largest loss in about a month, as investors worried that Europe's debt crisis could spread to Italy and amid ongoing worries over the U.S. budget.
Stocks were on pace to post their largest loss in about a month Monday as investors worried that Europe's debt crisis could spread to Italy and amid ongoing worries over the U.S. budget.
It is NOT NORMAL for big European banks to be down 5 to 10 percent (ING down 9.6 percent in one day!), particularly on top of 5 percent declines or worst last week.
Microsoft kicked off its annual event Monday to 15,000 people integral to its business—the partners who sell its products and build software on top of them.
Latin America likes U.S. entertainment, and that means Goldman Sachs continues to like Netflix because it is expanding into that region and the Caribbean.
A phone hacking scandal continues to rock the house of Rupert Murdoch, sending shares of News Corp plummeting as well as those of its acquisition target BSkyB.
The ongoing crisis in the euro zone is creating a trading opportunity among safe-haven currencies, this strategist says.