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Stocks were lower ahead of the close Wednesday led by the tech-heavy Nasdaq as the Dow appeared ready to break a five-day winning streak. Microsoft and Bank of America fell, Alcoa jumped.
The precious metal has little resistance to the upside, said widely followed commodities strategist.
Headwinds appear to be gusting down Wall Street. Do the bulls have enough power to keep running?
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong took the stage at Goldman Sachs' Communacopia conference and made a few headlines about his plans to create a next-generation digital content company.
Four years ago, Nintendo could do no wrong in the video game world. The Wii was beginning a triumphant run at retail and the handheld DS unit had been flying off of store shelves for the past 24 months.
The market’s performance this September has belied all the pessimism from investors getting into the month. Is it time to get out of bonds and into equities? James Altucher, managing director of Formula Capital shared his insights.
Yesterday another Wall Street law firm told its attorneys that the firm would support the iPhone for work email. The announcement added that employees who chose the iPhone would have their data plans paid for by the law firm.
See what's happening, who's talking and what will be making headlines on Wednesday's Squawk on the Street.
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Each year, Oracle’s presence looms over this city for a week, during the company’s Open World customer conference. About 41,000 people arrived this week to discuss business software in fine detail and talk over beers, reports the New York Times.
Stocks gave back most of its afternoon gains Tuesday as investors digested news that the Federal Reserve would be willing to provide "additional accommodation" to the U.S. economy. Caterpillar rose, while Alcoa fell.
Goldman Sachs annual media and technology conference — Communacopia — kicked off today with optimism and bullish comments from AT&T's CEO Randall Stephenson and Disney CEO Bob Iger. The event is a who's who of media, tech and telecom CEOs; the economy is top of mind, as is digital distribution and the growing smart phone and tablet market.
Stocks were mixed Tuesday as investors digested news that the Federal Reserve would be willing to provide "additional accommodation" to the U.S. economy. Caterpillar rose, while Alcoa fell.
Big news for Apple and Apple investors: The iPad is the highest-scoring product that a leading consumer satisfaction index has ever tracked.
Fast Money trader Steve Cortes is closely watching the action in crude as his market tell and what he sees looks rather bearish. What must you know?
China's success as an economy and the strength of its manufacturing sector has not translated into success of a homegrown brand into the global arena.
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This post has been updated with even more tech trades including M&A predictions from star analyst Brian Marshall of Gleacher.
Stocks extended a September rally by breaking through a long-held trading range to hit four-month highs a day before the Federal Open Market Committee meets. AmEx rose while Cisco fell.
Stocks continued to add to gains Monday in a broad-based rally that pushed stocks to new levels, although trading volume remained thin. AmEx rose while Cisco fell.