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You can learn about as much about the economy from bacon cheeseburgers as you can any of the reports that come out each month to measure growth.
This is where Bill Miller and Leon Cooperman are investing right now.
Here’s why I’m betting that Qatar will be stripped of the 2022 World Cup, says former assistant US attorney Mitchell Epner.
Some of Friday midday movers:
"The greatest risk of all is that Wall Street excesses rather than Main Street recovery forces the Fed to tighten," BofA's Michael Hartnett said.
If you're having a rough time making money in the 2014 market, don't feel bad. You've got some pretty lofty company.
The deteriorating situation in Iraq "might play out for quite some time," but U.S. stocks should be able to weather the storm, Gabelli Funds' Howard Ward tells CNBC.
Here's one for the Freaky Friday files: Priceline announced it's buying OpenTable as four new IPOs come to market.
Headlines before the bell Friday.
The financial industry is fiercely fighting a change in a law that would require more finance professionals to act as fiduciaries for their customers.
The day has been long for Justin M. Leverenz, who runs America's largest emerging markets mutual fund at Oppenheimer Funds.
Iraq has become an important swing player with big promise in the global energy market, and the widening conflict there has oil experts worried.
Andrew unleashes a Twitter firestorm about noisy kids on flights. Ackman-Icahn are friends again. And so long Cantor. Find those stories and more on "Squawk Box" blog."
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday: Intel, Finisar, Capstone Turbine & more.
Despite China growth concerns, U.S.-listed Chinese IPOs are doing well. Zhaopin Limited went public today, gaining eight percent.
The U.S. is grabbing a greater share of the world's oil production. Crude ends at a nine-month high.
Some of Thursday's midday movers:
The departures are important for the firm as they represent the exit of two leaders from one of the bank's most highly functioning units.
The bank's CFO said that JPMorgan could cut compensation for investment banking employees if it continues to post lower revenue.
Eric Cantor's coming exit from Congress means that Wall Street won't have a key ally on Capitol Hill.
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