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
Minutes from the Federal Reserve's October meeting could help determine the course of interest rates for the rest of the year.
Companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday:
Some of Tuesday's midday movers:
Should the controversy over the September 2012 report go full-blown, it could shake the government's data-gathering operations at their foundation.
IntercontinentalExchange, which last week completed its deal for NYSE Euronext, held a teleconference this morning to update investors.
The expected JPM settlement shows "this government cannot be trusted when it asks an institution to come to the rescue," former prosecutor Jacob Frenkel tells CNBC.
Happy Tuesday. Remember: Three coins in the fountain just gets you a wish, but three bitcoins get you $1,500 and change.
Silicon Valley's suddenly wealthy won't be doing mutual funds and muni bonds. Start-up millionaires just don't do "traditional" when it comes to investing.
Investor Dennis Gartman told CNBC on Tuesday he's staying away from these sectors, but overall, the market still has life.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The new records on the stock market are a sign that stocks are getting pricey but not necessarily of a big selloff anytime soon.
Companies making headlines after the bell Monday:
In a speech to the International Monetary Fund, Larry Summers raises the possibility that we might be stuck in a permanent economic slump.
A judge ordered MF Global to return more than $1 billion to harmed customers and pay an additional $100 million penalty as part of a civil settlement.
Take a look at Monday's midday movers:
Amid new exchange rules, Goldman resumes sales talks of its metals warehousing business with potential buyers largely outside the United States.
It will be a dose of reality for virtual currencies. With growing investor and consumer interest, lawmakers are holding a hearing to find out more.
It only takes a little bitcoin to enjoy a big sandwich at one Subway location. An Allentown, Pa. shop has made history by accepting bitcoins.
The season of big round numbers--as in, 16,000 on the Dow, 1,800 on the S&P 500 and 4,000 on the NASDAQ--is upon us. Are we overbought?
Happy Monday. Only four more shopping days until the weekend.
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