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If Asia's loose monetary policy is left unaddressed it will ultimately blow a bubble of "mind-boggling size" that could become uncontrollable without fiscal tightening, Frederic Neumann, economist at HSBC, told CNBC Tuesday.
The gem market, like most others, has taken strain since the economic downturn hit. But with the climate improving and with prices below their estimates, could now be the time to add sparkle to your portfolio?
Owning a classic car is often a childhood dream and in May this year the highest price ever was reached at an auction for a classic car: 9 million euros ($12.2 million) for a 1957 Ferrari Testa Rossa.
Investors should be “dancing near the door” when playing the rally in stock markets, David Roche, global strategist at Independent Strategy, told CNBC on Tuesday.
When you have an initial bid rejected as derisory it is probably not a good idea to come back with a lower offer expecting a big change of heart from your prey.
It's "risk on" in global markets, a trend traders say could help keep stocks heading higher for now.
Th e Dow rallied to a new high for 2009 after the Group of 20 pledged to keep stimulus in place until recovery was assured.
Dow Industrials hits new highs, but other indices lag. In most recoveries, small caps notably outperform big caps, but this has not been the case with this recovery.
Smithfield Foods gapped higher at the open today, and traders are positioning for it to keep running into next year.
Stocks rallied Monday, coming off their best weekly performance in a month, after the Group of 20 pledged to keep stimulus in place until recovery was assured.
The weaker dollar has been sending commodity prices higher and while most of the energy sector has moved significantly higher, natural gas has stayed relatively cheap. How can investors profit from natural gas? Chris Jarvis, founder and president of Caprock Risk Management and Addison Armstrong, director of market research at Tradition Energy and CNBC contributor discussed their views.
Cash sitting on the sidelines will eventually come back to the markets and investors should look into the following mid-cap areas, said Don Wordell, portfolio manager at RidgeWorth Capital Management.
On Saturday, the House backed a health care bill that would expand coverage to nearly all Americans and bar insurance practices such as refusing to cover people with pre-existing medical conditions. How should investors be positioned? Bob Phillips, managing partner at Spectrum Management Group and Robert Zagunis, co-portfolio manager at Jensen Investment Management shared their insights.
The health care reform bill passed by the House this weekend now moves to the Senate, which has its own version of a bill. So how do investors play health care stocks? Les Funtleyder, health care strategist for Miller Tabak and Ipsita Smolinksi, health care analyst for Capitol Street gave their outlook on Monday to CNBC.
In the last 30 days, the Dow’s volatility increased significantly and took investors on quite a roller coaster ride. As such, I’m hearing from a lot of people who wonder what to do next.
Some experts are betting that technology stocks will see a boost as holiday season draws closer. Craig Berger, senior technology, media and telecom analyst at FBR Capital Markets shared his insights on the tech stocks that will could potentially benefit the most.
Toward the end of last week, the markets saw a huge run-up. Does this bode well for stocks this week? Art Cashin, director of floor operations for UBS Financial Services, offered CNBC his insights.
The Group of 20 (finance ministers and central bank governors) signaled that while they would eventually be withdrawing their loose monetary stance, it would not be imminent.
Smart investments lie in those companies that are boosting market share, creating healthy balance sheets, and taking advantage of price leadership, according to Javelin Wealth Management CEO Stephen Davies.
Bankers aren't really bankers, but are more like bookmakers and insurance agents, and they don't actually get bonuses, but profit share, Peter Brown, partner from MM&K, told CNBC Monday.