With the global economy slowing and the U.S. dollar strengthening it may now be time to invest in companies more tied to the U.S. economy, some market pros are saying.
The overwhelming number of content providers in media and technology makes strategic partnerships an attractive option — without the need for fierce battles with the competition, CC Media CEO Bob Pittman told CNBC’s “Power Lunch.”
Stocks erased their gains in the final hour of trading to finish narrowly mixed Friday as investors shrugged off earlier optimism over reports that Spain might request a bailout.
U.S stock index futures were higher amid optimism that Spain has started working with European Union officials on a potential bailout.
In the debate over high-frequency trading, the benefits shouldn’t be overlooked, Thomas Peterffy, considered the father of high-frequency trading, told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” on Wednesday.
A Senate subcommittee pointed the finger at Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard on Thursday in a report on how U.S. multinational corporations shift profits offshore to avoid taxation.
Stocks recovered from their earlier losses to close flat in thin trading Thursday, but several disappointing global economic reports that pointed to further signs of slowing kept a damper on gains.
Real estate website operator Trulia said Wednesday it has priced its planned initial public stock offering at $17 each, above its expected range.
China's economy continues to deteriorate despite the government's efforts to paper over the troubles, making the country's stocks ripe for short-selling, hedge fund titan Jim Chanos told CNBC.
U.S stock index futures added to losses Thursday, following a tepid weekly jobless claims report and amid ongoing worries over the global economy.
Any Federal Reserve exit from its extraordinary monetary stimulus is still far off, Jeffrey Gundlach, noted bond investor and CEO of DoubleLine Capital told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” on Wednesday.
Stocks squeezed out small gains Wednesday, helped by a better-than-expected existing home sales report and after Japan's central bank expanded a bond-buying program to boost its economy.
U.S. stock index futures held gains Wednesday after the Bank of Japan eased monetary policy to boost an economy struggling with sluggish global demand.
Money has been fleeing the stock market as fast as the market has been rising, leaving open the fear that, once again, mom-and-pop investors will have missed the best part of the rally.
Stocks ended narrowly mixed in lackluster trading Tuesday, as the glow continued to fade from last week's Fed-fueled rally and investors looked ahead to some key economic reports for further direction.
U.S stock index futures held losses Tuesday, after major indexes snapped a four-day win streak, amid uncertainties over Spain.
Stocks snapped a four-day rally Monday, pulling back from Fed-fueled multi-year highs, amid fresh geopolitical worries and following a drop in oil prices.
U.S. stock index futures were lower Monday, as investors looked to take a breather following last week's sharp rally and as euphoria over the Federal Reserve's decision on quantitative easing faded.
Stocks ended higher for the fourth-straight session Friday, logging sharp gains for the week, as Wall Street cheered the Federal Reserve’s decision to embark on another round of monetary stimulus.
U.S. stock index futures held their gains Friday a day after the Federal Reserve's decision to launch another round of quantitative easing, and as investors largely overlooked a batch of mixed economic reports.