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With the Fed's policy-setting meeting in the rear-view mirror, the coming week should have Wall Street switching its focus to U.S. and global data.
Markets lose early momentum amid a sell-side imbalance in stock for sales at the close. Fed's Richard Fisher's comments weigh too.
Rising inflation and interest rates aren't a bad thing. Here's why, says Michael Yoshikami.
Take a look at some of Friday's midday movers:
Most U.S. banks came out of the recent stress tests looking pretty good, with one notable exception: Bank of America.
Biotechs drop on reports Rep. Waxman has sent a letter to Gilead's CEO asking him to justify the price of Hepatitis C drug Sovaldi.
Higher interest rates are a boon to banks, semiconductor firms are soaring, and Goldman's brass weigh in on high-frequency trading.
In a series of tense on-air discussions, verbal sparring matches broke out about everything from gold to private equity.
Regulators are looking at ways to reform the bond trading climate and the way dealers show their prices to the rest of the marketplace.
Sarcastically calling private equity firms "everything other than Mother Teresa," CNBC's Jim Cramer took PE firms to task on Friday.
Pensions must chase higher returns to meet obligations, and that means moving away from traditional investments, CapRidge Partner's Steve LeBlanc tells CNBC.
A U.S. bank regulator said the Volcker Rule could cost the industry a one-time annual charge of up to $4.3 billion.
Happy Friday. Today is the first full day of spring, reason enough to pop open a morning Six-Pack and see what's inside.
E*Trade Financial bid farewell to the baby who starred in the television commercials advertising its trading platform for the last seven years.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Financial stocks have room to double from current levels, Dick Bove said Thursday on CNBC.
The stock market could be stuck in neutral as investors wait for first-quarter earnings to confirm valuations.
Nike among the companies in the news after the bell Thursday.
The Federal Reserve's most recent stress test shows 29 out of 30 U.S. banks met their stress test capital requirements.
Some of Thursday's midday movers:
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