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Global stocks were mostly higher on Tuesday as investors bet the Federal Reserve will repeat its vow of keeping interest rates low for an extended period of time at its monthly meeting. Experts told CNBC a mild double dip could be in the works. As a result, they are positive on commodities, including oil, platinum and soft commodities like coffee and corn.
The US housing market will face another retreat while mortgage-backed securities and Treasurys are likely to go through a "material" correction, Meredith Whitney, CEO of Meredith Whitney Advisory Group, told CNBC Tuesday.
Emerging market bonds have had their best start to the year on record as new issuance has surged, the FT reports.
The London Olympics lacks a clear co-ordination plan to ensure the various bodies responsible for a successful 2012 Games know what each other are doing, according to a report published on February 25 by the government’s finance watchdog.
Global stocks were mostly lower on Monday as fears that China may tighten it monetary policy lingered. Experts told CNBC the country will appreciate its yuan, but when is still unknown. They explain how to play an expected appreciation.
Germany’s trade surpluses built on holding down labor costs may be unsustainable for the other countries in the eurozone, France’s finance minister said in an unusually blunt warning to Berlin.
Four former world champions line up on the starting grid to start one of the most exciting and intriguing Formula One seasons for years. Personally, my head is supporting Button or Hamilton, but (as the years tick by) my heart is rooting for the old guy, Schumacher.
Sentiment has turned positive for Citigroup, as well as the banking sector overall, Royce Tostrams, technical analyst at Tostrams Groep, told CNBC on Friday.
Global stocks were mixed on Thursday as data showing Chinese inflation rose to a 16-month high in February spurred policy tightening talk. But experts told CNBC investors should buy stocks related to the Asian growth story.
Citigroup has turned itself around and investors in the stock, which has risen around 12 percent in the last 5 days, are likely to make important gains in the long term, Richard Bove, financial strategist at Rochdale Securities, told CNBC Wednesday.
Poor economic data in the US coupled with Europe's debt crisis are contributing to an increase of the risk of the US economy going through a double-dip recession, Nouriel Roubini said.
Cathay Pacific's posted its best six-month profit in two years on Wednesday, lending support to its shares which were already up nearly 2 percent ahead of the results. While it's easy to attribute the recent stock gains to the Hong Kong flagship carrier's improving earnings, a closer look at the firm's stock chart shows a broad cruising pattern that's unlikey to be significantly altered by earnings releases.
The Nasdaq 100 index is showing a "pretty good uptrend," noted Roelof van den Akker, technical analyst from ING Wholesale Banking Tuesday.
A year ago, major stock market indexes hit a nadir that came to be known as the March lows. Global indexes were battered by lack of confidence in the credit markets and banking system.
With the euro zone economy shrouded in uncertainty, UBS is advising clients to look at European stocks with strong exposure to the United States.
The true unemployment rate in the United States is actually higher than we think -- at 11.5 percent, said Stephen Roach, Asia chairman of Morgan Stanley.
Businesses that find a hiring advantage can lead the economic recovery. Historically, the key to accelerating business growth is innovation; the same principle needs to be applied in a recovering job market.
Toyota's safety crisis may have cleared the way for U.S. automakers, but that is just an aside. The entire industry is poised for a strong recovery. And here are three reasons why
The pound's fall is nearly over but foreign exchange markets are still going to watch developments, since parity with the euro can not be ruled out as the country gets closer to a crucial spring election, analysts and traders told CNBC.com Tuesday.