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CNBC's Bertha Coombs discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets and looks at where oil and precious metals are likely headed tomorrow.
CNBC's Bob Pisani reports on the trading day from the NYSE.
News out of Europe is helping spark optimism in the markets this morning, but will volatility stay? Scott Bauer, president at SIB Equity Options discusses. "Nobody wants to take a position overnight," he says. "I still see high volatility into earning seasons."
Frederic Dickson, D.A. Davidson & Co., and Robert Brusca, Fact And Opinion, discuss how to play the markets Monday morning.
It is hard to envisage a less propitious climate for equity analysis than a gloomy outlook for advanced economies combined with sustained and severe market volatility.
US hedge funds and private equity firms that specialise in distressed situations are gearing up new or existing European offices in expectation of a surge in coming opportunities as the continent grapples with its sovereign debt crisis and sputtering growth, reported the FT.
European stocks were expected to open higher on Monday after the board of troubled bank Dexia approved a government-led rescue plan. But investors await details on plans announced by Angela Merkel and Nicolas Sarkozy to recapitalize under fire euro zone banks.
Mikio Kumada, global strategist at LGT Capital Management, advises to keep generally low exposure to the euro zone equities and invest in opportunities that offer safety amidst global volatility.
Greg Bundy, vice chairman and senior adviser at AIMS Finance, sees a lot of value in the U.S. corporate sector and predicts that equity market will continue to rally over the next few weeks.
George Osborne will need to be “Churchillian” in acting swiftly to bolster corporate confidence and unlock private investment in energy, transport, broadband and housing, according to the head of Britain’s biggest business lobby group. The FT reports.
Discussing whether the better than expected jobs numbers will keep the U.S. economy from a double-dip recession, and how to contain the European debt threat, with T.J. Rodgers, CEO, Cypress Semiconductor CEO; Donald Luskin, Trend Macro; and Jack Bouroudjian, Index Futures Group CEO.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares his final thoughts on Dollar Tree, saying it's time the company sweetened its allure by paying investors a dividend.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer lays out next week's investment strategy, but cautions that unless something positive comes out of Europe, it will be tough for the U.S. markets to gain traction .
The week's top business news and investing advice, including how to trade Apple after Steve Jobs' death, other tech plays, and hammered-down financials, with CNBC's Brian Sullivan.
Insight into the state of the economy and sharing portfolio advice, with Mark Kopinksi, American Century Investments CIO and Mark Kajita, Baker Boyer senior portfolio manager.
Swiss pharmaceutical giant, Roche, is due to release its Q3 sales results on Thursday. Amit Roy, head of healthcare equity research at Nomura and Barath Subramanian, healthcare senior consultant at Frost & Sullivan, joined CNBC to discuss what we can expect, and how the pharmaceutical sector as a whole is holding up.
"The market has been a magnet to this level for 2.5 months now," says Ben Lichtenstein, TradersAudio.com.
European stocks were expected to open higher on Friday after they hit their highest close in five weeks on Thursday. Mining firms and banks were among the best performers after the Bank of England announced fresh stimulus measures for the UK economy and investors remained hopeful that euro zone policymakers would act to recapitalize banks.
“We told you so”. That captures the reaction of many American bankers and policymakers towards Europe these days, writes Gillian Tett of the FT.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen with the rundown on Thursday's market rally, and discussing whether stocks are clear of bear market territory, and how to profit from it, with Barry Knapp, Barclays Capital; Stephen Weiss, Short Hills Capital; and David Dietze, Point View Wealth Management.