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If Goldman must divest profitable holdings in wake of fin reg, why are shares higher? Are investors getting it wrong?
Stocks shook off a shaky start Friday, pushing higher after a report showed consumer sentiment is at its highest level since January 2008.
Watch how the dumb money invests so you can make smart decisions, says Gary Kaminsky of CNBC's "The Strategy Session."
Apple’s touch-screen smartphone has been a sensation since Day 1 three years ago, and many who own the device believe it to be almost perfect — if only it worked better as a phone. The NYT reports.
Stocks opened higher Friday amid relief after Congress reached a deal on financial-reform legislation.
Despite a strong performance over the past year, Cramer said a small change is needed.
Persistent fears about the economy, financial regulation, and more sent investors to the sidelines again. What should you be watching, now?
Stocks fell sharply as selling accelerated in the final hour of trading Thursday. Worries about a double-dip recession, financial reform and Greece weighed on the market.
American consumers are on "tenterhooks," said William Lauder, executive chairman of cosmetics maker Estee Lauder.
Questions of online privacy and security are front and center again today as Twitter settled Federal Trade Commission charges over privacy breaches. The settlement resolves the FTC charges that lapses in the company's data security program allowed hackers to take control of Twitter, accessing tweets designated private, and sending phony tweets from the likes of Barack Obama and news outlets.
Recently, market research firm NPD found that during the first quarter of 2010, consumers purchased more Google Android-based devices than iPhones. It was an important win for Google and Android. But for investors, it was eye-opening.
Stocks shaved some of its losses in mid-afternoon trading Thursday, but worries about Greece and the financial reform continued to weigh on the market.
With shares down, how should you game RIMM ahead of earnings after the bell Thursday?
The fact that the euro rallied Thursday and the S&P didn’t is extraordinarily negative, says Guy Adami. It seems to me that we’re on the edge of something.
ETFs were among the investment types most affected by the "flash crash" in May, but Bill McNabb, CEO of The Vanguard Group and told investors that they are still a safe place to invest.
Stocks were lower Thursday after the Fed highlighted the weakness of the recovery in its latest statement. Rob Morgan, chief investment strategist at Fulcrum Securities, and David Hefty, CEO of Cornerstone Wealth Management, discussed their market outlooks.
Sales of Apple’s latest product, iPad have hit 3 million since its launch and that’s in just 80 days. This is destined to give Apple the shot it needs to continue its star performance the company has achieved in recent years. Amazon’s Kindle, some contend, seems to be limping along.
Stocks opened lower Thursday after the Fed highlighted the weakness of the recovery in its latest statement. But a pair of better-than-expected economic reports helped curb the losses.
As one success follows another, Apple finds itself in a bewildering position. As the tech industry’s perennial underdog, Apple was frequently scorned and dismissed by larger and more successful competitors like Microsoft or Dell. Now, with growing frequency, the company is seen by competitors and other industry players as a bully. The NYT reports.
Asian stock markets ended mostly lower Thursday after paring earlier gains on the back of leadership changes in Australia.