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'We've got to move to an economy that can produce more jobs. I think that means to be sustained over a period of time, we need to improve our export ability and capacity,' said White House economic adviser PAUL VOLCKER in an exclusive interview.
Seesaw moves in the stock market have not discouraged some strategists who believe the market remains in an uptrend, despite near-term choppiness.
A late rally helped propel the Dow to a positive finish Monday as financial stocks rebounded.
Forget stimulus! Former Chicago Fed President Michael Moskow says its all about the other 's' word for the U.S. economy. The word? Sustainable.
Most companies have reported earnings that produced good news. Will the markets go higher from here? Edward Yardeni, president of Yardeni Research, shared his market insights.
I would be lost with out my BlackBerry, which continues to help me be more productive every day, allowing me to do so much at once from anywhere in the world. And I know I am not the only one.
Ford Motors posted a surprise $1 billion quarterly profit on Monday and raised its 2011 outlook to "solidly profitable." Toyota and Nissan are also expected to report earnings this week in addition to auto sales data due Tuesday. David Silver, equity research analyst at Wall Street Strategies shared his industry outlook.
After an upside-down fall, there's little reason to doubt that the normally positive months of November and December will also defy expectations and move lower.
Stocks erased all of their gains Monday after an early surge due to a better-than-expected manufacturing report. Financials led the decline.
Financials weaken midday and traders are citing two factors.
Another important week for IPOs, as hotel giant Hyatt Hotels (symbol: H) is expected to price Thursday for trading Friday at the NYSE; seeking to raise over $900 million: 38 million shares at $23-$26. Lots of drama here, surrounding the Pritzker family infighting.
The dollar dropped on the strong economic news, as it gives traders confidence to continue the risk trade (short dollar/long commodities/long emerging markets).
Maria Bartiromo will be hosting a special edition of Closing Bell today live from the CME Global Financial Leadership Conference in Naples, Florida and will get rare and exclusive access to Paul Volcker, Former Chairman of the Federal Reserve.
The Dow shot up more than 100 points Monday after a report showed manufacturing expanded more than expected last month.
China's Shanghai Index up 2.7 percent as Chinese PMI was stronger than expected. U.S. ISM will be released at 10 Am ET. And that's the point: with earnings season just about over, it is economic news that will be the driver for the next couple of months.
FTI Consulting saw upside options activity late in Friday's dismal session ahead of its earnings report after the bell Wednesday.
Stock futures pointed to a modest rebound ahead of the open Monday after the Dow and the S&P 500 experienced their biggest one-day percentage drops Friday since July 2.
Global stocks were mostly lower on Monday, sticking close to one-month lows as news of CIT Group finally filed for bankruptcy underscored the continuing fragility of parts of the financial sector. Experts told CNBC safe-haven trading is back – for now.
The US market setback started Friday and stocks will see a 15 percent correction during the next three weeks, but a market turnaround will push the S&P to 1,200 by next spring, according to Robin Griffiths, technical strategist from Cazenove Capital.
Brace for more volatility in the week ahead as investors wrestle with dual concerns that stocks have gotten too pricey and that the economic recovery is just too uncertain.