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Stocks rocketed higher Monday as investors cheered details of the government plan to mop up toxic assets from banks' balance sheets.
Stocks pop on news that investors can get a sweet deal with the public/private partnership, and Goldman Sachs pops when the WSJ says it might pay back all or part of the TARP money by selling part of its $7.5 billion stake in Chinese bank ICBC!
Goldman Sachs is said to be in talks to sell some of its 4.9% stake in Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The market loved what it heard on Monday from the Treasury with the Dow posting triple digit gains. What’s the best way to play the comeback?
It seems the tensions between Wall Street and Washington are nearing the boiling point. And it could be one nasty explosion.
As the only firm capable of paying back TARP money, this company has a huge advantage over its competitors.
Last night on the Jay Leno show, we had the first US President ever making an appearance on a late night comedy show. Jay Leno did his best to be a serious interviewer and asked questions about AIG and the economy.
With the government making big investments these days in Treasuries, banks and the auto industry, should you trade in the wake of the biggest whale of them all?
Even in this anemic market, it appears the urge to merge is alive and well.
Stocks leapt higher on Wednesday after the Fed surprised Wall Street and said it will buy long-term Treasury bonds for the first time in four decades...
In his annual Berkshire Hathaway letter, Warren E. Buffett recently urged investors to pose tough questions at the shareholders meeting in May. Here is one on the mind of some Buffett watchers: When are you going to fix Moody’s?
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Sometimes you just run out of steam. Following are 3 stocks that Jeff Macke says have gone about as far as they can go.
Stocks surged on Tuesday after an unexpected leap in housing starts pushed Home Depot and other retailers higher...
In an era that some might call corporate welfare, Cramer discusses who needs to generate their own cash.
Too many analysts are making too many calls. How on earth is anyone supposed to sort through the multitude of conflicting notes on the banks today?
Widely followed analyst Meredith Whitney has some new insights about the banking sector. What lies ahead?
Futures came off their lows for the morning as February housing starts and permits were much stronger than expected.
Goldman, which accepted billions of taxpayer dollars last fall, is offering to lend money to more than 1,000 employees who have been squeezed by the financial crisis.
Typically, the head of the Fed avoids TV interviews. But times are anything but typical and Ben Bernanke has something he wants you to know.