Discussing what sectors they love in the stock market and where they are deploying their cash, with Phil Orlando, Federated chief equity strategist, and John Rutledge, SAFANAD chief investment strategist.» Read More
Mad Money's Cramer compares and contrasts Caterpillar to Joy Global, and concludes CAT's vast sales force, financing arm, and service division, make it a better play, but only on a pullback.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains how short-covering buyers impact stocks and have nothing to do with market valuation.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets and looks at where oil and precious metals are likely headed tomorrow.
Should investors focus on Europe's debt crisis or look to positive U.S. economic data for guidance? Dan McMahon, Raymond James, and Marc Chaikin, Chaikin Stock Research, discuss the risk factors affecting markets now.
Insight on the stock and housing markets as investors still anxiously await news of a Greek debt solution, with CNBC's Simon Hobbs & Diana Olick.
Researchers at UC San Francisco argue that sugar should be taxed and regulated like tobacco and alcohol. Justin Wilson, Center for Consumer Freedom, and Jennifer Pomeranz, Yale's Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity, debate.
Why chatter about the Super Bowl is bad for a company's bottom line, with CNBC's Steve Liesman.
Reports emerge that GM's profit could hit a record of $10 billion a year and other bullish news for the auto sector, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
U.S. markets are down in spite of the Giants' Super Bowl win as worries about Europe continue to drag. Micron Technology shares lower following CEO's death Friday. Netflix is down as Verizon teams up with Coinstar (parent of Redbox) to launch video streaming service. Of the 290 S&P companies that have reported so far, 60 percent have beaten earnings estimates.
European shares fall over ongoing concerns about Greek debt talks. Banking stocks hit on the day. Fiat shares fall as S&P warns of possible credit downgrade. Glencore set to offer bigger-than-expected premium to buy Xstrata, according to Financial Times. Some 53 percent of Germans want Greece out of euro zone.
Emerging markets are well placed to weather the storm of the sovereign debt crisis currently engulfing the euro zone, and emerging economies are expected to grow by 5.3 percent this year and 6.1 percent in 2013, Pablo Goldberg, global head of Emerging Markets Research at HSBC, wrote in a report.
Stock index futures pointed to a lower open for Wall Street today, tracking losses in Europe on concerns over whether Greece can avoid a messy default. Greece's coalition parties must tell the European Union on Monday whether they accept the painful terms of a new bailout deal as EU patience wears thin with political dithering in Athens over implementing reforms.
Investors continue to wait for a solution to restructure Greece's debt; Micron Technology appoints a successor for CEO Steve Appleton, who died in a small plane crash, and Wall Street is cheering the Giants' victory because the Super Bowl predictor shows when a National team wins, stocks go up that year, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
US futures point to Wall Street opening down today as European shares fell back from a six-month high early today, with investors worried about whether Greece can avoid a messy default as its politicians struggled to agree austerity measures needed to secure a bailout package. Asian shares ended mostly higher as surprisingly robust U.S. jobs data bolstered investors' risk appetite.
Facebook is set to begin showing advertisements to users on mobile devices within weeks in an effort to tap a new source of revenues before it goes public. The FT reports.
European shares looked set to open flat to lower Monday morning as bailout talks between Greece and its international lenders continue.
Glencore is set to pay a larger premium than expected to seal its long-coveted merger with Xstrata, a move designed to defuse concerns among Xstrata investors about a cozy deal between the chief executives of the two companies. The Financial Times reports.
The European Banking Authority is to challenge a significant proportion of the capital restructuring plans put forward by the continent’s leading banks to meet tough new capital requirements, say three people familiar with the process. The FT reports.
Following 5 weeks of gains for gold, Michael Langford, Proprietary Trader, StreamTrading.com, sees the precious metal heading towards $1800 an ounce.
Discussing the rally in stocks, and how to invest in this market, with Stephanie Link, TheStreet; Phil Orlando, Federated Investors; Jim Iuorio, Director; TJM Institutional Services; and Stephen Weiss, Short Hills Capital.