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The Dow lost more than 100 points, led by Cisco, as comments from CEO John Chambers sucked the wind out of the tech rally's sails.
The three biggest credit agencies are now on the hook—along with eight Wall Street banks—in a probe involving whether they misled investors in toxic, mortgage-backed securities, CNBC has learned.
The Dow bounced around Thursday as Alcoa advanced, while Cisco skidded after comments from CEO John Chambers.
The Dow is recouping its losses over the past week but fears of national debt burdens are continuing to stir market volatility. Is the worst over or is there more pain ahead? Stephen Wood, chief market strategist at Russell Investments and Jon Fisher, portfolio manager at Fifth Third Asset Management shared their insights.
The SEC itself will make an announcement on new rules early next week, likely Monday. At the same time, the exchanges will make a regulatory filing that will reflect the changes in their own rulebook.
The investigation by the New York Attorney General into whether rating agencies were 'duped' by Wall Street in a slew of slimy structured products seems an odd road to go down.
Smaller companies continue to outperform this year, providing investors a potentially safer place to stay as the stock market endures global turbulence.
Volatile activity in the capital markets has caused mixed results with initial public offerings.
Google shares have dropped almost 11 percent in the last month. So should investors still consider buying the search engine giant? Steve Weinstein, senior analyst at Pacific Crest Securities shared his insights.
Strength in the US dollar and stability from the European bailout will take the steam out of gold's recent run and send prices to below $1,000 by year's end, one economics firm says.
The CBOE volatility index, widely considered the best gauge of fear in the market, is trading above 25 today. Is this volatility good for the market? James Hardesty, president, market strategist and chief economist at Hardesty Capital Management and David Hefty, CEO of Cornerstone Wealth Management shared their insights.
The Euro and Gold remain the top two stories in the financial markets as former losses ground while the latter puts in new all time highs.
The ride may be bumpy, but the Dow is headed for 12,000 by yearend and 13,000 in 2011.
IPO's take another shot—and fail. The entire market is repricing risk, and IPOs are showing that stress. Last week was a mess for IPOs, and that continues this week.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a slightly lower open Thursday in the wake of a strong rally for the Dow Jones Industrial Average in the previous session. But volatility looked set to remain.
Carthaginian peace refers to the imposition of a very brutal “peace,” or the armistice imposed on Carthage by Rome that saw the Romans systematically burn Carthage to the ground.
Advanced Micro Devices always seems to lag behind archrival Intel, but now the bulls are looking for it to move front and center.
Amid fears over the strength of nearly every major currency, Abu Dhabi’s top hotel has come up with a new type of ATM for their most risk-averse guests. The Emirates Palace is giving those staying there to chance to withdraw gold from the world first ever gold dispenser.
Despite a fully-fledged debt crisis in Europe, the stock market continues to defy the bears to trade higher on the year.
The European Central Bank's decision to buy government bonds in the secondary markets will likely stop speculators, but it may push the euro down by more than 10 percent.