The Chinese government is engineering a softer landing for the world’s second-largest economy, a fund manager specializing in Asia told CNBC Wednesday.
Financial companies have paraded into the Treasury Department and the Federal Reserve to say they are not large or risky enough to threaten the financial system, the New York Times reports.
BlackRock's Laurence Fink is not concerned with the current "soft patch" in the U.S. economy or the Dow industrials below 12000. In the long-term, he believes dividend-paying stocks will be a better investment than bonds.
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Banks may have been hit the hardest in Wednesday's sell-off, but one top bank analyst says there are three financials with the potential to pop.
Investors have looked for signs of a credit bubble in Brazil in recent months, putting pressure on the country’s financials, though that could now be changing.
Some hedge funds have lost hundreds of millions of dollars in the recent commodity market blow-off and it has certainly reintroduced an element of two-way action back into the trade.
Commodity trader Glencore International hit the road Wednesday to pitch its up to $11 billion initial public offering, waving off criticisms that its valuation came in at a disappointingly low price.
Some of the biggest names on Wall Street, including Warren Buffett and Jack Welch, are happy bin Laden has been killed.
The risk right now to the economy is how do the US will move from both fiscal and monetary stimulus to real growth, Jim Keenan, head of leveraged finance at BlackRock spacer, told CNBC Thursday.
What follows is a roundup of corporate earnings reports for Thursday, April 21.
BlackRock CEO Lawrence Fink said clients becoming more comfortable getting back into the market and taking a more global approach to investing.
Citi hosts shareholders following Pandit's first profitable year, while closing arguments continue in the trial of Raj Rajaratnam. But, with the holiday-shortened week, the pupu platter of earnings is the story Thursday. Here's what we're watching…
PIMCO filed today with the SEC to launch an actively managed version of its popular Total Return Fund, the biggest and most popular bond fund in the world.
The mining industry has been caught by natural disasters in the Pacific region, an intense mergers and acquisitions environment and emerging countries eyeing to get a hold on commodities resources, Evy Hambro, MD and CIO of the natural resources team at BlackRock told CNBC.
The stock market is going to chase its all time highs this year and next, according to Ted Parrish, co-portfolio manager at Henssler Equity Fund.
The Federal Reserve said it auctioned off 42 mortgage-backed bonds it acquired as part of the rescue of American International Group Inc. The bonds had a face value of $1.326 billion.
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The Federal Reserve announced Wednesday that it was declining an offer from American International Group to buy the mortgage-related assets it holds in its Maiden Lane II portfolio.