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Mary Jane Matts, Fifth Third Asset Management, explains why bank stocks are under-owned. And David Trone, JMP Securities, discusses his favorite picks in the sector.
Ron Sloan, Invesco, and Larry Kantor, Barclays Capital, discuss whether investors should re-engage in risky assets.
All day long guests on CNBC comment on the U.S. economy and the direction of the market.
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.
Kate Moore, Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Research, discusses the market action heading into the close.
Walter Todd, Greenwood Capital, and Kate Moore, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, discuss whether the dollar will move to the upside despite today's dip against the euro.
A look at what the technicals reveal about JPMorgan ahead of its earnings release tomorrow morning, with Carter Worth, Oppenheimer, and Andy McOrmond, WallachBeth Capital.
Gold and the dollar have been moving higher. What's the trade? Frank Holmes, U.S. Global Investors CEO, sheds perspective.
David Zaslav, Discovery Communications CEO, discusses the company's strategy in 2012.
Chris Retzler, Needham Small Cap Growth Fund, discusses the advantages of using shorts in a highly volatile market.
European shares mixed after weak U.S. economic data this morning. The Bank of England and the ECB leave key rates unchanged. Yields fall sharply in Spain and Italy debt auctions. There are now signs of economic stabilization, according to ECB President Mario Drahi. Recession in euro zone may be less likely, as a result.
The price of uranium could receive a boost from renewed instability in the Middle East if governments turn again to nuclear power, an industry executive told CNBC.
The European Central Bank left interest rates on hold on Thursday, as its President Mario Draghi defended its use of ultra-long loans and said they had helped avert another credit crunch.
The single European currency is likely to continue its fall even if European Union leaders, including European Central Bank officials, agree on a solution to the debt crisis, according to analysts.
European markets see gains across the board as bond yields fall, reports CNBC's Rebecca Meehan.
European debt auctions are giving a boost to U.S. futures and yields in Italian debt have come down; the ECB makes a decision on rates today; Chevron says its upstream production was softer than expected; PVH (formerly Philip Van Heusen) says sales were strong in Q4 but heading into 2012 earnings are likely to be more back loaded, reports with CNBC's Bertha Coombs.
European stocks were called to open slightly higher ahead of a Spanish bond auction on Thursday, while the euro stayed close to a 16-month low in Asia overnight amid lingering concerns over sovereign funding in the euro zone.
Consolidation among European carmakers is unavoidable as they battle with chronic overcapacity and mounting financial losses in a weakening market, according to Sergio Marchionne, Fiat and Chrysler’s chief executive. The FT reports.
Michael Ozanian, Forbes executive editor, and Don Luskin, Trend Macro chief investment officer, discuss how investors can protect their portfolios, amid recession fears in Europe. Also, will the euro zone's debt crisis keep a lid on the market's rally? David Malpass, Encima Global founder & CEO, provides perspective.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares his final thoughts on the waning action in the personal computer market.