Hedge funds have suffered their worst start to the year in performance terms since the financial crisis, as returns in March and January were both in the red.» Read More
Nat gas prices are likely to stay low for the next 20 years, with a long-term annual average price of $4 to $5 per million Btu, an IHS study says.
David Henwood, chief investment officer at Raymond James, tells CNBC how his team of analysts come up with market-beating stock picks each year.
Goldman has been quietly moving thousands of jobs to cheaper cities like Salt Lake City in recent years, a move that's finally paying off.
HSBC said it had suspended two foreign exchange traders in London and Citigroup said it had put a pair of traders on leave.
It's bad enough to have an earnings miss, but guiding lower before earnings even come out can be a real momentum killer.
Happy Friday. Condolences to those who live in a town where JCPenney is closing a store. Tough break.
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Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Morgan Stanley reported a sharp fall in quarterly profit as the bank was hit by $1.2 billion in legal bills, but adjusted earnings beat market estimates.
Triple witching expiration, General Electric’s earnings and industrial production could all help shape Friday trading.
Companies making headlines after the bell Thursday:
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Common Sense Investment Management isn't shutting down, despite media reports to the contrary.
A year ago, Berkowitz formally attempted to simultaneously manage both a hedge and mutual fund. So far, so good.
Some of Thursday's midday movers:
The Treasury Department said it plans to sell 410,000 shares in auto lender Ally Financial as part of its effort to unwind its financial bailout fund.
With rising rates, it's no surprise to see a considerable short in the Treasury market.
A provision prohibiting banks from keeping investments in CDOs backed by hybrid securities called trust preferreds ignited a controversy.
The fees on actively managed funds are rising. Don't think your dollar fees are small because percentages are. Here's how to do your homework.
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