Investors may find it time to adjust portfolios as they focus on Fed speakers, economic reports, and the rising U.S. dollar in the week ahead.» Read More
President Obama says the federal government will provide additional resources to restore power.
Insight on the presidential campaign, with CNBC's John Harwood.
Duncan Niederauer, CEO of NYSE Euronext, explains how NYSE decided to open its doors for trading tomorrow.
NYSE and Nasdaq say they will open as usual, reports CNBC's Bob Pisani.
The weekly chart of the NYMEX oil price is going nowhere. It remains largely impervious to the endless crisis in the Middle East and even the gusting winds of Sandy, one of the biggest storms to hit the United States.
Ventas Chairman and CEO Debra Cafaro says over 80 percent of Ventas' revenues come from private pay sources, and 25 percent of its business comes from a very high-end living senior markets.
As shoppers cleared off shelves ahead of Hurricane Sandy, Mad Money host Jim Cramer has a play on Dollar General.
Clean Harbor Chairman & CEO Alan McKim, says his emergency crews are ready to help customers during Hurricane Sandy, and discusses his company's acquisition of Safety-Kleen.
The U.S. stock exchanges were closed today ahead of Hurricane Sandy. Mad Money host Jim Cramer prepares your portfolio for the storm.
Your first trade for when trading reportedly resumes on Wednesday, with the Fast Money traders.
Hurricane Sandy has the potential to cause some of the biggest losses in the insurance industry, with Paul Newsome, Sandler O'Neill insurance analyst; and city officials discuss damage expectations for the storm.
Hurricane Sandy is just off the coast of Cape May, New Jersey, reports Greg Postel, The Weather Channel; and nearly 1 million people are without power due to Hurricane Sandy, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan and Robert Frank reports the part of the crane dangling in New York City is more than 7 stories tall. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie speaks on preparations for the worst of Hurricane Sandy.
CNBC's Jon Fortt reports Apple's head of retail John Browett, as well as the company's iPhone & IOS head Scott Forstall are both leaving the firm; and Dennis Gartman, The Gartman Letter discusses Hurricane Sandy's impact on commodities.
What to expect when markets open after the storm, with Michael Yoshikami, Destination Wealth Management; Eric Marshall, Hodges Capital Management; and CNBC's Bob Pisani.
Thomas Lee, JPMorgan, offers insight on the impact Sandy will have on markets.
Tres Knippa, Kenai Capital Management, explains what trading was like at the CME today.
Tim Ryan, SIFMA president & CEO, explains why he thinks it is right to keep the U.S. bond market closed tomorrow.
Dennis Kelleher, CEO of Better Markets, says the initial decision to just close the NYSE floor shows the NYSE is a "dinosaur."
Some traders are bullish on heating oil as seasonal supplies weren't great going into the storm, and demand is expected to escalate once the storm hits, reports CNBC's Kate Kelly.
Asian shares slipped on Monday as investors switched their focus away from signs of stable U.S. growth, looking instead at tepid global corporate earnings and the uncertain economic outlook.