Fed speak may trump a bundle of big earnings reports and important housing and industrial production data Wednesday.» Read More
Catalonia no longer fits within Spain and needs to explore the option of independence, according to a leading nationalist and former head of the Catalan regional government. The FT reports.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer speaks to Campus Crest Communities co-founder & CEO Ted Rollins, about its dividend plans, and the state of college enrollment and its competitive advantage in the construction space.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains why best of breed stocks, like McDonald's and Coach, can go down, but they do not stay down.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg just spoke at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference, and Henry Blodget, Business Insider, and the Fast Money traders discuss what investors can take away from his comments.
"As a public investor, it was a massive failure-- the only declaration of success is that the company raised $10 billion," says Richard Grasso, former CEO of the New York Stock Exchange, weighing in on Facebook's initial public offering, with Kenneth Langone, Invemed Associates chairman and president.
"We cannot allow these poor kids to leave high school without knowing how to read or write," says Kenneth Langone, Invemed Associates chairman and president, discussing Chicago's teachers' strike, with Richard Grasso, former CEO of the New York Stock Exchange.
The breakout in LME aluminum is the most developed. Many LME metals are moving in a similar way, but aluminum is most advanced so it gives guide for other developments.
A slew of decisions and developments from around the world will flood the market this week, and the outcome could change the game for stock market investors.
New research from Jeff Kleintop of LPL Financial shows the market is pricing in a quick outcome to the fiscal cliff but Larry Kudlow insists there's no way a resolution will come quickly.
Retail has been really hot lately, but investors who play the sector, should remember the best performers are those companies getting the fashion right, with Mad Money host Jim Cramer.
On Wall Street, corporate break-ups are often a fantastic way for companies to unlock hidden value, and Hess has exactly what we want in a break-up play, with Mad Money host Jim Cramer.
Currency traders are awaiting the Fed's decision on QE3, and the German constitutional court's ruling on the legality of the European rescue fund, with Amelia Bourdeau, Westpac Institutional Bank.
Jeffrey Saut, Raymond James; Drew Matus, UBS; and Dan Greenhaus, BTIG, discuss how QE3 and politics are impacting the markets.
Dinakar Singh, TPG-Axon Capital CEO, discusses the best way to trade financials after the banking crisis.
"Ultimately, I don't think lower rates make that much difference anymore," says Dinakar Singh, TPG-Axon Capital CEO, sharing his thoughts on additional Fed easing.
Ivan Glasenberg had argued for months that his offer for Xstrata of 2.8 Glencore shares for each of the London-listed miner's was 'generous', now questions have been raised over his climbdown, the FT reports.
After two weeks of political conventions with the Democrat and the Republican parties, who made the better sale to the Independents? Rep. Carolyn Maloney, (D-NY), and Rick Lazio, Former New York Congressman (R), share their opinions.
With the nation only creating 96,000 new jobs in August, Larry Kudlow explains why he doesn't think Barack Obama can get reelected.
The market is waiting to see what action Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke will announce at the meeting on Thursday, with Mad Money host Jim Cramer
Mad Money host Jim Cramer discusses today's disappointing jobs data, and explains why the market did not react. "The market is making sense because it is about profits, not about unemployment reports," he says.