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  • Futures Hold On To Big Gains Wednesday, 28 Jan 2009 | 9:22 AM ET

    Futures have been holding impressive gains overnight, on top of a three-day gain, as markets are expecting news on several fronts.

  • Dow Ends Higher After AmEx Surprise Tuesday, 27 Jan 2009 | 5:01 PM ET

    Stocks pulled off a gain — barely — as investors cheered earnings surprises from American Express and others amid an underlying buzz of anxiety about the economy.

  • More Layoffs Announced—Is Your Firm On the List? Tuesday, 27 Jan 2009 | 2:22 PM ET

    More companies announced layoffs on Tuesday as the employment picture continued to dim.

  • Now On Sale: Once-Great Stocks For Less Than $10 Tuesday, 27 Jan 2009 | 2:12 PM ET

    "We don't always know which ones are going to be the amazing turnarounds," says one market pro. "But there's opportunity out there, there's no question about it."

  • Stocks Chug Higher as AmEx Tops Forecasts Tuesday, 27 Jan 2009 | 1:58 PM ET

    Stocks turned flat Tuesday after a report showed consumer confidence continues to fade and an early rally fizzled.

  • Former Merrill CEO Thain Subpoenaed Over Bonuses Tuesday, 27 Jan 2009 | 12:01 PM ET

    New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo has subpoenaed former Merrill Lynch CEO John Thain over $4 billion in bonuses paid to Merrill executives, sources tell CNBC.

  • Stocks Turn Flat as Confidence Sags Tuesday, 27 Jan 2009 | 11:18 AM ET

    Stocks turned flat Tuesday after a report showed consumer confidence continues to fade and an early rally fizzled.

  • As of yesterday afternoon, roughly 18% of the S&P 500 companies have reported earnings. Here's a look at which companies have had the biggest surprises so far...

  • Thain: Loss Not My Fault, BofA Knew Of Problems Monday, 26 Jan 2009 | 5:48 PM ET
    John Thain

    Former Merrill CEO John Thain told CNBC the huge losses resulted from his predecessor and that Bank of America was aware of them.

  • Thain Saw Smaller Loss in Early Dec.: BofA Officials Monday, 26 Jan 2009 | 5:26 PM ET

    Former Merrill Lynch CEO John Thain's estimate of losses in early December was only a fraction of the $15.3 billion loss that the brokerage giant later reported, Bank of America senior executives told CNBC.

  • Stocks Rise In The Face Of Bad News Monday, 26 Jan 2009 | 5:21 PM ET

    The Dow rose in choppy trade on Monday, with investors shrugging off a grim warning about the year ahead from Caterpillar.

  • Stocks Eke Out Gain; Banks End Mixed Monday, 26 Jan 2009 | 5:12 PM ET

    Major indexes finished higher after a yo-yo session Monday, with banks ending mixed after several attempts at a rally.

  • Wondering how the market could possibly be trading higher in the face of an incredibly dire warning from Caterpillar and another round of monster job cuts?

  • To Go Or Not To Go Monday, 26 Jan 2009 | 3:04 PM ET

    That is the question this year about Davos. In such troubled economic times, expected participants—from Wall Street To Washington—are dropping like flies.

  • Former Merrill Lynch CEO John Thain told CNBC he was surprised to be let go from Bank of America and said BofA was aware of why Merrill reported a huge loss.

  • Banks Lead Stock Rally, Boosted by Barclays Monday, 26 Jan 2009 | 12:53 PM ET

    Stocks rallied, led by banks, after a wobbly open Monday. The market also got a boost from a blockbuster pharma deal, which helped overshadow a gloomy outlook from Caterpillar and other earnings worries.

  • Do you think Bank of America did the right thing when they ousted John Thain?

  • Stocks Get a Boost From Jump in Home Sales Monday, 26 Jan 2009 | 11:14 AM ET

    Stocks got a boost from a better-than-expected report on the housing market, which overshadowed Caterpillar's gloomy outlook and other earnings worries.

  • Layoffs Keep Growing—Is Your Firm On the List? Monday, 26 Jan 2009 | 11:09 AM ET

    Another round of layoffs was announced by big-name companies Monday, adding to the gloom over rising unemployment.

  • At Davos, Crisis Culls the Guest List Monday, 26 Jan 2009 | 9:37 AM ET

    This year, politicians, not corporate titans, are poised to be the big draw, echoing the broader power shift away from the free market as one government after another tries to prop up its sinking economy.