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“Just because you can get the money, doesn’t mean you should do the deals,” Robert Kindler, the vice chairman of investment banking for Morgan Stanley told CNBC Thursday.
Stocks move to highs of day; NAHB survey helps. The NAHB homebuilder sentiment index came in at 19 — 3 points better than consensus and up 4 points from March. This is the highest level since September and helped push stocks to their highs for the day.
Real estate is nearing a bottom and eventually could be a better bet for investors than stocks or bonds, Pimco's Bill Gross told CNBC.
Stocks rose Thursday in mid-afternoon trading, following a five-day winning streak as investors digested a jump in jobless claims against a pair of solid manufacturing reports.
Stocks bounced off a lower open on Thursday after a pair of solid manufacturing reports and a rally in banks. Where should investors look to put their money? Frederic Dickson, chief market strategist at D.A. Davidson, and Carlo Panaccione, founder of Navigation Group, shared their insights.
Anadarko Petroleum on Thursday is about 9 percent below its all-time high from 2008, and one big option trader expects it to blow past that level in the next month.
Stocks wavered on Thursday after a report showed initial claims for unemployment benefits rose unexpectedly for the second straight week. Bruce Kasman, chief U.S. economist at JPMorgan and Paul Schatz, president at Heritage Capital, shared their insights.
Strong economic growth and an even better earnings season than projected has Bank of America-Merrill Lynch raising its view on the stock market's prospects.
With growing belief that the economy is headed in the right direction, private equity firms will are gearing up for more M&A deals in the near future.
Earnings season starts off well, strong buying trend continues. The wave of money continues to wash over the stock market. Bank of America and our parent company General Electric will be reporting tomorrow. Both are again trading on the upside, both at new highs, a day after JPMorgan reported stellar earnings. Here are the facts on banks so far...
"The economic recovery is boosting rates, and that is a positive," says one analyst. "That's not a bad thing for stocks or companies or corporate profits."
David Faber's exclusive interview with Doug Braunstein, JPMorgan's Head of Investment Banking on when we should expect to see more M&A deals.
GE reports earnings and we expect the results will be another confirmation that this recovery is real and that the gloomy outlook many strategists have should now be reassessed.
There are a lot of warnings signs that markets may have come too far, too fast, said Steve Hochberg, chief market analyst at Elliot Wave International.
Stock futures slipped a bit as continuing claims, at 484,000, was worse than the 458,000 expected. This is disappointing, but there is only one reality right now: the wall of money coming into stocks. And it is a force very difficult to fight against. We get additional economic indicators today...Capacity Utilization, Industrial Production, Philly Fed.
Stocks opened lower Thursday after a report showed initial claims for unemployment benfits rose unexpectedly for the second straight week.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open Thursday after Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500 and Nasdaq hit multi-year highs in the previous session.
Plum Creek Timber has broken out to its highest levels since the 2008 market crash, and some traders expect it to keep running.
The yuan's peg against the dollar and a bigger say on the international scene may be making all the headlines as the BRIC leaders meet in the Brazilian capital over the next 24 hours. But the big story is the growth in trade and investment between the four economic power houses – and how this is shaping relations between them.
Chinese stocks could be set for a strong rally in the wake of better-than-expected economic growth data out of the country, but the Dow hasn't run out of steam yet, Daryl Guppy, CEO of Guppytraders.com, told CNBC Thursday.