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Global fund managers are more optimistic on the world economy, and optimism about the euro zone doubled in the last month to a nine-year high.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Tuesday:
The housing boom in Canada has allowed banks to reduce capital held against mortgage losses. If home prices decline, some of the biggest banks may feel the pinch.
Investors looking for major clues about the future of monetary policy probably will have to look past this month's Federal Reserve summit at Jackson Hole, Wyo.
The new study showing only a limited effect from bond buying is good news, not bad.
Consumer sales for July, when taking into account the June revisions, were basically in-line, but were still at their highest levels this year. That's certainly good enough to keep the Fed taper talk alive for the September meeting.
Dick Bove, the bank analyst and vice president of equity research at Rafferty Capital, said investors should be buying financial stocks "very aggressively."
Strong data supports the idea that a taper of bond purchases by the Fed is more likely than not. Those who believe that the Fed will wait are now a minority.
Corn futures prices could lose another 10 to 15 percent on the prospect of a record U.S. corn corp.
Hedge funds have reversed the heavy losses they suffered in June, as some 70 percent of reporting funds delivered positive returns in July.
Bill Ackman may be out at JCPenney, but the Morning Six-Pack is still in. Way in. Here's what we've got:
With profit margins increasingly stretched, some investing experts said companies will have to start putting their cash to work and expand their businesses.
Tuesday’s retail sales should be an important check up on consumers and could show they are picking up their pace of spending.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Monday:
Two Fed economists are telling the Street what it already suspected: Dovish talk may have an even bigger impact than quantitative easing.
The market for IPOs has made a comeback, at the same time, concerns have resurfaced over the role of Wall Street research analysts in these lucrative deals.
In the latest salvo in the feud among the hedge fund industry's biggest players, Dan Loeb has offered up a thinly veiled jab against archenemy Bill Ackman.
China may be turning around for the better, but judging from some markets you might not know that.
Jittery Wall Street traders are looking to the skies and seeing Hindenburgs. That can be a bad thing for markets.
Icky Monday, icky market. So go the dog days. Anyway, here's what we're reading.