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Stock futures are up this morning on the continued weakness in the dollar and a flurry of economic data before the Thanksgiving Day holiday.
There will be a short-term pullback after Thanksgiving in stock markets and there is a 50 percent chance that the US economy will double-dip, according to Paul Schatz, president of Heritage Capital.
US stock index futures climbed further Wednesday after a batch of data signaling that the US economy was building on strength but also that the recovery would be gradual.
The latest economic data, as well as hardships in the banking sector, suggest that it is time investors shifted to a more prudent approach when it comes to stocks, and look for quality, BlackRock Vice Chairman Robert Doll told CNBC Wednesday.
Ebay has been showing signs of improving business trends, and now some investors are betting on a New Year's rally.
Export-driven Asian economies need to focus on regional financial markets to rebalance as US policy remains uncertain and ‘very volatile’ and unreformed banks act as a brake on the huge flow of liquidity coming from central banks, Kevin Gaynor, chief markets economist at RBS, told CNBC Tuesday.
Global stocks rose on Wednesday, with gold hitting another new high above $1,178 an ounce, after the Federal Reserve raised U.S. growth forecasts for 2010. Experts told CNBC liquidity will continue to drive stocks up, but that investors should see dips as short-term buying opportunities.
Stocks slid on Tuesday but ended off their lows for the day, after the Federal Reserve raised its forecast for 2010. John Linehan, portfolio manager at T.Rowe Price, and Howard Ward, CIO of Gamco Investment Growth Fund, shared their insights.
Stocks declined Tuesday but ended off their lows for the day after the Fed raised its forecast for 2010.
Stocks continued its decline on Tuesday after a report showed the economy grew less than expected in the third quarter. Eric Thorne, investment advisor at Bryn Mawr Trust Wealth Management and Carmine Grigoli, chief investment strategist Mizuho Securities shared their market outlooks.
Has the financial sector stabilized—and if so, how can investors put their money to work? Jeffery Harte, managing director in equity research at Sandler O’Neill, and David Trone, managing director at Fox-Pitt, Kelton, discussed their outlook for the banks.
Home prices rose for the fifth straight month and posted the second quarterly increase, but the pace of appreciation in September slowed and was less than expected, according to Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller indexes. David Goldberg, homebuilder and building products analyst at UBS, shared his insight on the housing market.
Stocks declined Tuesday, after soaring to new 2009 highs on Monday, as a report showed the economy grew less than expected in the third quarter and HP issued a cautious outlook.
Dollar Tree ripped to a new all-time high today after beating earnings estimates, and bullish option traders are looking for even further upside.
Stocks slid Tuesday morning, after soaring to new 2009 highs on Monday, as a report showed the economy grew less than expected in the third quarter. Douglas Roberts, founder and chief investment strategist at Channel Capital Research.com, and Dean Barber, founder and president of Barber Financial Group, shared their views.
Small cap stocks have outperformed many of the larger cap stocks over the last few months, but Eric Marshall, portfolio manager at Hodges Capital Management, said there are still opportunities for investors. He shared his best picks.
I am currently reporting on the ground from the Asia region, after spending last week in Europe. I am also hosting the CNBC Asia Business Leadership Awards show this Thursday, which will be broadcast live around the world.
Stocks opened lower Tuesday, after soaring to new 2009 highs on Monday, as a report showed the economy grew less than expected in the third quarter.
U..S. stock index futures were mixed Tuesday after Monday's gains which gave the U.S. stock market a positive start towards continuing a historical trend.
As the holiday season fast approaches, food seems to be on everyone's minds. But does food also whet the investor's appetite?