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The final days of summer could bring more disappointing employment and manufacturing data, setting the stage for a choppy September.
A step-by-step guide for keeping your money as safe as possible during these trying times.
Stocks capped a rocky week with a rally Friday as investors breathed a collective sigh of relief after Fed Chairman Bernanke said the Fed was willing to do what it takes to stabilize the recovery.
The dog days of summer have increased the dividend yields on many quality bank and thrift names, underscoring how cheap these stocks are right now and presenting fantastic long-term growth and income plays for investors ...A report from TheStreet.
Stocks continued to rally in volatile trading Friday as investors breathed a collective sigh of relief after Fed Chairman Bernanke said the Fed was willing to do what it takes to stabilize the recovery.
Have you ever wondered what great traders do that you don’t? The answer is pretty simple. They make decisions based on simple math, rather than with their "lizard brain" emotions.
A rally in stocks (today's gains were the biggest in nearly four weeks) has caused havoc in the bond market with the yield on the 10-year Treasury note doing something we don't see often—backing up considerably (yield rising, price falling.)
You have to be slightly encouraged by the fact that Intel comes out with the kind of warning it did, and the stock rallies; and by the fact that the VIX dropped below its 50-day moving average. Then, Mr. Bernanke, in his own way, said he is willing to do anything if and when the time comes. This sets up the fabled "hope trade."
Even as the economy languishes and likely has several quarters of slow growth ahead, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke was able to convince investors Friday that the central bank will do all it can to promote growth.
A person close to the HP camp says that Hewlett Packard continues to bid for 3PAR because it believes an acquisition is beneficial to its strategy, and not because it is trying to simply demoralize Dell.
Today, Intel was halted twice: once for News Pending due to the company's lowering of its revenue guidance for the third quarter. It is the second halt that has traders scratching their heads...
Stocks struggled to hold gains Friday amid some mixed economic reports. So what can you do to boost your portfolio ahead of next week? Benny Lorenzo, CEO of Kaufman Brothers, and David Stepherson, senior portfolio manager at Hardesty Capital Management, shared their best plays.
Stocks rallied, with the Dow jumping over 100 points, after a rocky start. HP skidded.
Here's why you should keep a close eye on these six stocks.
Stocks rose Friday after a reading on economic growth came in better than expected. Art Cashin, director of floor operations at UBS Financial Services, and Peter Costa, president of Empire Executions and CNBC market analyst, discussed their market outlooks.
Hewlett Packard raised it's bid for 3Par to $30.00 a share, or about $2 billion on Friday. This comes after Dell matched HP's previously increased bid earlier this morning.
A major disaster sets the perfect stage for grandstanding. And nothing was more “major” at the time than Hurricane Katrina. Business and government leaders laid out their dramatic plans to come to the rescue.
Futures rallied a few points as the second estimate to GDP estimate comae in at 1.6 percent for the second quarter, higher than the 1.4 percent increase expected. This is the second data point a bit better than expected in as many days (following yesterday's initial claims report for the week) and breaks a string of worse-than-expected economic news.