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Energy and materials again landed front and center on every trader's radar after Goldman Sachs made some seriously bullish comments.
Stocks turned mixed a day after a steep selloff, although energy and materials sectors were lifted by a positive report on commodities prices by Goldman Sachs.
Investors looking to short the stock should be prepared to face some hurdles, says Gregory DePetris, Quadriserv.
See what's happening, who's talking and what will be making headlines on Tuesday's Squawk on the Street.
Concerns on what could be a potential bubble, after LinkedIn's IPO, with Steven Rattner, former Car Czar/former Quadrangle Group managing partner.
Nicolas Sarkozy has invited the digital industry to pop to Paris for a few days this week to chew the fat before the G8 summit. And Rebecca Meehan is going along for the ride.
If these ten things were to happen, the "Mad Money" host thinks the market would soar.
Tuesday is the first day that traders can short shares of LinkedIn. That is, if you can find shares to borrow and are willing to pay the price.
Stocks closed sharply lower, triggered by worries over euro zone debt troubles and signs of a slowing economy in Europe and Asia.
Stocks pared losses but remained significantly lower on worries over euro zone debt troubles, and signs of a slowing economy in Europe and Asia.
At a press event in San Francisco Square rolled out new mobile payment systems designed to help both retailers and consumers. A new free app, called "Register" makes it affordable for small businesses to accept credit cards, automate checkouts, and measure and manage everything they sell.
The question at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference in New York City: Did the LinkedIn IPO change the game in the world of tech start-ups and venture capital? Among the masses gathered at Pier 94 right on the Hudson River, the short answer is yes
With little to excite buyers, the Fast pros are starting to worry about a different dynamic dominating the market.
Stocks traded sharply lower amid worries over global growth in Europe and China, and continuing concerns about debt troubles in peripheral euro zone countries.
Messy Monday on several pieces of news: 1) China's PMI fell more than expected (to the lowest since July 2010), 2) S&P cutting Italy's rating outlook to negative from stable (European bonds are lower), 3) the governing Spanish Socialist party lost badly in the elections to the center-right Popular Party, setting up more clashes over austerity.
Shares in LinkedIn are expected to come under downward pressure this week, as they attract the attention of aggressive traders who are prepared to bet on a fall in the business network’s stock price, reports the Financial Times.
"My sense is it's not about the dollar getting stronger. It's about the euro getting weaker. I think there's been a bit of erosion in sentiment in part because of the politics in Washington over the deficit," says a chief currency strategist.
The "Mad Money" host compares the valuations in the tech sector.
Stocks ended the day sharply lower amid concerns over the restructuring of European debt issues and as retailers such as Gap offered a bleak earnings outlook.
It was a social networking company that made more money on its first day of trading than most people earn in a lifetime. Then the shares started falling and as the price dropped, so did the fortunes of its investors and its co-founders. This was TheGlobe.com.