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The euro's recent gains against the dollar are set to continue for the meantime, but investors should be cautious as the greenback's declines could be about to change, Roelof van den Akker, chartist at ING Wholesale Banking, told CNBC Tuesday.
The incessant appetite for Asian IPOs does not come as a surprise, said Alan Lok, director of Sabio Global on CNBC, especially with the huge influx of funds from the United States.
Big declines in Apple and IBM shares could sour stocks Tuesday, as traders watch for earnings from Bank of America and other big names, like Goldman Sachs, Coca-Cola and Johnson and Johnson.
Contrarian investor and author Marc Faber answers five questions posed to him by CNBC on life, his investments and the lessons learnt from the Asian financial crisis.
Although Apple traditionally develops much of its technology in-house, the company still relies on a vast network of external suppliers to manufacture pieces of its popular products. ...A report from TheStreet.
Forget the high fees. Given the explosion of ETFs and other financial products, it's possible to create a low-budget, limited hedge fund, providing an alternative to your traditional porfolio mix.
The Dow Jones Index is where big companies land once the rapid growth stops and the numbers get more predictable. Apple, as its earnings report will show after the bell, is neither a slow-grower nor predictable. ...A report from TheStreet.
IBM, which closed at an historic high, is down about 4 percent after the close. The issues: 2010 guidance of "at least" $11.40 is only slightly better than previous guidance of "at least" $11.25; bookings also light at $11 billion vs. street expectations of $12.5 billion.
Stocks closed higher as Citigroup's earnings lifted bank stocks ahead of a cluster of earnings reports this week, including Apple and IBM, which report after the market closes. Bank of America and JPMorgan rose, while Intel and Home Depot fell.
As earnings season intensifies, so will scrutiny over Johnson & Johnson when it reports results on Tuesday.
Stocks rose as Citigroup's earnings lifted bank stocks ahead of a cluster of earnings reports this week. Bank of America and JPMorgan rose, while Intel and GE fell.
While the foreclosure mess is likely to play out for months and perhaps years to come, investors in banking stocks already appear to have braced themselves for the fallout and are ready to move on.
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Stocks open slightly up despite a disappointing September industrial production report. Last month’s decline was the first decline in 15 months. The poor data sent the dollar to its lows of the sessions.
The balance of power in both houses of Congress are at stake in November's midterm elections. As we countdown to November 2nd, we want to know what issue matters most to the investing public.
Report: Builder sentiment improving but a long way from healthy. The NAHB Housing Market Index rose from 13 to 16, above expectations of 13, the first rise in housing activity in months.
Stocks turned mixed as Citigroup earnings lifted bank stocks, but a decline in tech stocks took strength out of the Nasdaq. JPMorgan and Exxon Mobil rose, while Intel fell.
Overnight, the US dollar has had a rally on what I'd call the "We-can-print-money-too!" theory of central bank easing.
J.C. Penney has put in a poison pill that prevents any other shareholder of exceeding a 10 percent stake in the company.