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Walter Zimmermann, United-ICAP, and Todd Morgan, Bel Air Investment Advisors, discuss whether the S&P 500 has risen too high, too quickly.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets, including a number of refinery closures that could help drive the price of gasoline higher.
Peter Misek, sr. tech analyst at Jefferies, explains why he has a "buy" rating on Apple with a $550 price target, though he contends that Apple's size is a big obstacle to its share price.
The International Monetary Fund on Tuesday lowered its forecasts for global growth, saying it sees global activity decelerating but not collapsing, with most advanced economies falling back into recession and developing economies slowing from a high pace of growth.
European stocks were called to open lower on Tuesday after euro zone finance ministers rejected an offer made by private holders of Greek debt at a meeting on Monday.
Westport Innovations is the stock to own, says Mad Money's Jim Cramer. They have a host of joint ventures with some of the biggest engine makers around. Discussing how the natural gas vehicles story is playing out, with David Demers, Westport Innovations CEO.
Will JC Penney's new CEO, Ron Johnson be able to turnaround the ailing retailer? Mad Money's Jim Cramer, says it will take at least 18 months for this company to get better.
Mad Money's Cramer says the worst of the patent expirations is over for many of the big pharma companies and that's why investors can now own the best of them, like Merck.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer says investors need to be prepared for Apple to selloff when it reports earnings on Tuesday, but then be prepared to buy it the next day, but only if the stock is down.
Is the S&P primed for a selloff? Charting the direction of the market and where to find growth opportunites, with Mary Ann Bartels, BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research head of technical & market analysis.
Historically low PE and price-to-book ratios could push the S&P up at least 11% this year, says Paul Hickey, Bespoke Investment Group.
France and Germany are to call for a relaxation of global bank capital rules to prevent lending to the real economy being choked off, setting them at odds with the UK’s stricter approach to banks. The FT reports.
Three years ago, when the worst financial and economic crisis since the 1930s gripped the global economy, the Financial Times published a series on “the future of capitalism”. Now, after a feeble recovery in the high-income countries, it has run a series on “capitalism in crisis”. Things seem to be worse, the Financial Times reports.
European stocks were called to open higher on Monday ahead of a meeting between European finance ministers in Brussels where they are set to discuss the latest offer from private holders of Greek debt on losses they are willing to incur.
UK homeowners could face higher mortgage costs and greater risk of foreclosure next year because of an obscure clause in the bank capital directive being worked on by the European parliament. The FT Reports.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares his thoughts on the resurrection of three tech giants left for dead; Intel, IBM, and Microsoft.
Bryan Jordan, First Horizon chairman & CEO discusses the turnaround in banks, and the outlook for the regional banker, with Mad Money's Jim Cramer.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer discusses the poor performance of oil services companies and drillers, and the outlook for the sector, with Andrew Gould, Schlumberger chairman.
Will next week's economic data prove the market rally is for real? Stephanie Link, The Street, and Michael Yoshikami, YCMNET Advisors, weigh in.
Is Google dragging down the Nasdaq? Warren Meyers, DME Securities, with the trade on the stock ahead of the closing bell, the outlook on housing, and what investor need to watch on Monday.