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The job market may finally be healing at a more normal pace, with one key indicator—jobless claims at the lowest rate in 8½ years.
As world unrest surges and the stock market wobbles, investors have gotten nervous.
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Thursday marked another day and another data point that at least on its face showed the Fed has plenty of incentive to start raising interest rates.
Some of Thursday's midday movers:
With everyone distracted by Ukraine and Russia, Europe is becoming an increasing risk for markets.
While “neutral” on the potential deal, Mario Gabelli did say on “Squawk Box” that he expects to continue to benefit from owning both stocks.
Bank of America directors are supportive of its proposed $16 billion to $17 billion mortgage-securities settlement, according to someone familiar with the matter.
Goldman said it was being investigated for its U.S. alternative trading system and for the potential misuse and circulation of non-public information.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Europe could again have a grip on global markets Thursday, as the European Central Bank holds its rates meeting.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Wednesday: FOXA, GMCR, JACK & more.
Twenty-First Century Fox reported a rise in quarterly revenue, helped by the box office success of films and growth in its cable network business.
All of a sudden, during a quiet August trading afternoon, there was a momentary flash of excitement in the currency market.
Some of Wednesday's midday movers:
Strong second-quarter GDP growth just got stronger and prospects for the third quarter also improved, thanks to a narrower trade gap in June.
The notion that a lot of the current upset could be traced back to a Death Cross in the 10-year Treasury yield seems as plausible as any.
Wednesday's news cycle indicates hings are a real mess again in Europe.
Blackstone Advisory Partners Vice Chairman Byron Wien tells CNBC that the fundamentals are sound but investors have become too complacent.
The U.S. Federal Reserve approved a resubmitted capital plan from Bank of America, which announced it has raised its dividend.