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Stocks fell further on Wednesday after Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke outlined the Fed's exit strategy for its unprecedented economic stimulus measures. How should investors be positioned? Frank Holmes, CEO and CIO of U.S. Global Investors and John Lekas, CEO and portfolio manager at Leader Capital shared their insights.
Stocks slipped further into the red Wednesday after Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke outlined in prepared testimony the Fed's exit strategy for its unprecedented economic stimulus measures.
Stocks traded lower on Wendesday after a flat open. Is the pullback an opportunity for investors to get into the market? Paul Schatz, president at Heritage Capital, shared his insights.
Stocks continue to be tethered to the outcome of a potential Greece rescue plan. Futures were up modestly, with European banks leading the way. However, shortly before 8am ET, futures lost most of their gains as a Reuters headline cited comments from a German government official that no decision on aid has been made, nor is one pending.
Futures were pointing to a higher open Wednesday but pared gains after a report showed the US trade gap widened more than expected.
It is certainly time to watch out for investment opportunities in Greece, Kingsley Jones, international portfolio manager at Macquarie Funds Management Group, told CNBC on Wednesday.
Virgin Media saw institution-sized call buying late yesterday after a rival TV company ended a long-standing legal dispute.
Global stocks were mostly higher on Wednesday and Greece's borrowing costs fell on the prospects of a bailout, while safe-haven German government bonds dipped and the euro eased after the previous session's hefty gains.
Markets will stay fixated Wednesday on Europe's efforts to solve the credit problems of its weakest members.
It is tempting and oversimplifying to categorize all Baby Boomers as facing similar challenges. Given that Boomers were born across three decades spanning 18 years, each group faces unique financial challenges that must be addressed in different ways.
Stocks rose on Tuesday amid hopes that the EU would step in to bail out Greece. Does this provide enough confidence and trust for investors to return to the markets? David Sowerby, chief market analyst and portfolio manager at Loomis Sayles & Co. and Lawrence Glazer, managing director at Mayflower Advisors discussed their insights.
Despite a market selloff that appears orderly and expected, investors find themselves bracing for the worst.
Stocks closed broadly higher on optimism that help was on the way for Greece to deal with its heavy debt burden.
Washington virtually shutdown as a result of the weekend snowstorm. Now weather reports are saying we’re in for another major snowstorm late tonight and all day tomorrow. Mother nature will not give up!
The most important Valentine’s Day rule, according to Patti Stanger, star of Bravo’s hit reality show Millionaire Matchmaker, is don’t ignore Valentine’s Day.
Markets jumped on Tuesday, but will the rally continue or should investors fear a further dip? Joe Battipaglia, private client market strategist at Stifel Nicolaus, and Marc Pado, U.S. market strategist at Cantor Fitzgerald, shared their market outlooks.
Stocks have rallied in the late morning on a Reuters headline, "Eurozone governments have decided in principle to help Greece." This is good news, and bad news. Good news for Greece because they will likely get cheap loans (like 4 percent) to tide them over. The bad news; it doesn't address the structural problems.
Eike Batista is the wealthiest man in Brazil with a net worth of $7.5 billion. Batista is #61 on the Forbes Billionaires list. Maria Bartiromo will sit down with him and discuss a wide-range of topics this afternoon on Closing Bell at 440PM ET.
Peter Sidoti, founder and president of Sidoti & Company, is bullish on "the outlook for small cap stocks across the board." He shared his favorite stock picks.
Standard and Poor's revised their credit outlook on Citigroup and Bank of America to Negative from Stable. Traders noting that Standard and Poor's is attempting to remove the Too Big To Fail premium that has been enjoyed by these large banks, which has been a major help to their credit ratings.