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The Fast Money traders with a look at the drop in Apple shares, and discussing the surprise returns by several economic sectors, with Jim O'Shaughnessy, O'Shaughnessy Asset Management and "What Works on Wall Street" author.
Steve Auth, Federated Investors Global Equities, discusses whether the situation is truly improving in Europe for the long-run.
Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway chairman/CEO says the relationship between U.S. and China will be bumpy at times, however the two countries will align interests over time.
Workers claiming state help with childcare and housing costs will be expected to seek longer hours, or risk sanctions that could include loss of benefits or a requirement to undergo training, in a radical shift in Britain’s welfare system, the Financial Times reports.
European opening calls were higher on Monday on the back of a positive session in Asia and hopes that the new interim leaders in Italy and Greece will take appropriate measures to curtail the debt crisis.
In a a special Veteran's Day edition of Mad Money, host Jim Cramer answers audience question on investment strategies, but first, he weighs in on Friday's markets saying the U.S. is still hostage to Europe but at least now new leadership in Italy and Greece, is a reason for hope.
Markets moved higher Friday on renewed optimism that Europe would be able to handle its debt crisis, with Bill Greiner, Scout Investments, and Rob Morgan, Fulcrum Securities.
European stocks looked set to open higher on Friday, tracking gains in Asian and U.S. trade, after a relatively positive Italian bond auction and the appointment of a new prime minister in Greece boosted investors’ confidence.
Mad Money's Cramer says Western Gas is one of the safest pipeline players around because 98% of it's business is fee-based with fixed prices, and it offers a 4.8% yield. Discussing the company's future prospects for growth, with Donald Sinclair, Western Gas president/CEO.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer says as long as Europe remains dysfunctional, investors should stay focused on stocks paying decent dividends.
Thursday's rally may have been fueled by the easing in the Italian bond yields, but investors still haven't forgotten about the lack of resolution of the debt crisis, with Doug Sandler, Riverfront Investment Group, and Benjamin Pace, Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management.
European stocks are expected to open sharply lower on Thursday tracking heavy losses in Asia and Wall Street following a jump in Italian borrowing costs above 7 percent.
Investors looking for stocks that can protect in a chaotic market should put Windstream, Solar Capital, Energy Transfer partners, American Electric Power, and Sanofi-Aventis in their portfolio, for a combined yield of 7.5%.
Matthew Cheslock, Cohen Capital Group, discusses Europe's heavy weight on markets now.
European stocks were called to open higher on Wednesday after shares rose and the euro steadied in Asia overnight on news that Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi would resign after he lost his parliamentary majority in a crucial vote on Tuesday afternoon.
The precedent set by the restructuring of Greek sovereign debt risks leaving banks more exposed to future financial crises of other countries, according to the man who helped to orchestrate the so-called “private sector involvement” in the rescue plan for Athens. The FT reports.
The 12,600 target for the Dow is achievable in January 2012.