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The stock market is fixating on crumbling confidence in the U.S. economic recovery and may continue to ignore the good news that's likely to show up in corporate earnings reports in the coming week.
Stocks slid this week, with the Dow losing 1 percent. Treasurys rallied, demonstrating the attractiveness of income investments. Here are the 10 highest-yielding S&P 500 Index components, which offer big dividends and a margin of safety because of their size. They are ordered by dividend yield, from great to greatest.
Doug Ullman, a three time cancer survivor is the President & CEO LIVEstrong, the foundation Lance Armstrong created. Ullman sat down with Maria Bartiromo to give his take on the health act.
Former Vice-President Dan Quayle sat down with Maria Bartiromo at American Century Championship. The 44th vice-president commented on the current financial situation.
Stocks ended the week down 1% as disappointment in earnings and economic news snapped the market's recent winning streak. Bank of America lost 9%. Goldman Sachs rose.
If you read Google's earnings release yesterday, you would have seen this under cash: That the company's cash balance of $30 billion included cash collateral of $2.9 billion that “we received in connection with our securities lending program..." Did they say securities lending program?
The weak Michigan Sentiment number seems to have been the final straw: remember the S&P 500 was up over 5 percent this month going into earnings on Monday, but the last three days have been flat. Not today, though...
Don't miss topline! That seems to be the message this earnings season. Our parent company, General Electric, Bank of America, and Gannett all reported topline a bit light, all trading down today. Look at Gannett...
Stocks tumbled Friday, with the Dow down over 200 points, after a report showed consumer sentiment dropped to its lowest level in nearly a year. Goldman Sachs and Apple rose.
The enthusiasm of those faithful to Apple’s products is the envy of many. It was a company that many thought could do no wrong, but it is now one on the defense and for good reason. Looks like innovation sometimes runs into bumps like inadequately tested products. And now Apple is paying the price for a phone with issues.
Now that the Senate has passed President Obama’s Wall Street reform legislation, the financial industry’s representatives are combing through the legislation and trying to figure out exactly who their new regulators in Washington will be.
The S&P 500 has closed between 1095 and 1098 for three straight days, which means the market may be at a fulcrum between bears and bulls, Art Cashin, director of floor operations at UBS Financial Services said on CNBC Friday morning.
Stocks tumbled Friday, with the Dow down over 100 points, after a report showed consumer sentiment dropped to its lowest level in nearly a year. Goldman Sachs shares jumped.
With the announcement on Thursday that Goldman Sachs will pay a record $550 million to settle with the Securities and Exchange Commission on civil claims that it misled investors, analyst Dick Bove said that the company’s stock is a buy.
The 2,330 leviathan is done and will be signed by President Obama next week. The bill leaves tremendous much of the rule making up to the big three: Federal Reserve, CFTC and SEC.
Bank earnings reports are more complicated than any other sector report, simply because there are more places money can be moved, lost or taxed. Look at Bank of America, which reported earnings of $0.27, above expectations of $0.22. Here's why traders and analysts are unhappy with the report...
If the core banking franchise holds steady, the only real risk to Goldman's growth will be the cost of that expansion. Talent costs money, and hiring the best bankers could eventually weigh on Goldman's return on equity.
Here's what Ray Harrison from Harrison Financial Group is saying about why the markets seem to be positioned into a sideways trading range.
U.S. stock index futures reversed earlier loses ahead of the open Friday after Dow components Bank of America and General Electric beat estimates with their quarterly earnings.
After news of the Goldman settlement swept away a wave of uncertainties, focus on Friday will return to economic data and earnings from Citigroup, Bank of America and General Electric.