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The pressure's on Obama to save the economy. His presidency will succeed, or fail, with the markets.
I was always waiting for a high-powered Wheaties and rumors are circulating that General Mills is in the planning stages of making that happen. The idea we’re told, is a male-targeted product that would give the brand some more credibility.
Retailer Best Buy said it sees sales at stores open at least one year falling between 2 percent and 3 percent for its current fiscal year and said its market share continued to gain, while General Mills raised guidance.
Investors in GIS aren’t looking for the explosive growth of a tech stock, they want consistency. And that’s just what they get from a company that hasn’t missed a quarterly payment in 110 years.
Will M&A activity boost biotech stocks in 2009?
Biotechnology stocks are getting a lot of chatter already in this very young year.
RidgeWorth Capital Management's Alan Gayle thinks it's time to move up the risk gauge — in both stocks and bonds.
Following are the year’s biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of McDonald’s and Gilead Sciences popped while General Motors and Citigroup dropped.
Merck, Lilly and Pfizer are all trading substantially higher. Will this bear market remedy keep working in the new year?
Here’s our Fast Money Final Trade. Our gang gives you Monday’s best trades, right now.
Looking for some holiday cheer, this Christmas Eve.? Here are some stocks that have won big this past year.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
General Mills and Joy Global offer different paths to profit. It’s up to you to decide which one is the right investment.
Stocks briefly popped into positive territory before resuming their descent amid waning enthusiasm for the Fed's near-zero target rate.
The Dow fell on Wednesday as investors continued to digest whether the Fed had any more ammunition left after its bold move on Tuesday...
Stock markets are backsliding on "Fed fatigue" — but strategists Jim O'Shaughnessy and Jim Herrell told CNBC that certain sectors are going to be "flooded" with money in the wake of the Fed decision.
Stocks opened lower Wednesday as enthusiasm about the Federal Reserve's near-zero target rate waned and worries about how long and how deep the recession will be were reignited.
The bad news is that while refis are up 250 percent in the past 6 weeks, applications to purchase a home are up only 10 percent. Let's see if news of below-5 percent mortgages makes a difference.
U.S. stock index futures fell Wednesday, when enthusiasm about the Federal Reserve's near-zero target rate waned and worries about how long and how deep the recession will be were reignited.