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Money-center banks appear to be outperforming the brokers. Is there a trade here?
Stocks declined Wednesday amid profit-taking from the prior session's rally, a sharp drop in crude prices and lingering concerns about credit.
An early rally fizzled Wednesday amid profit-taking from the prior session's rally and lingering concerns about credit.
Morgan Stanley said first-quarter earnings fell amid write-downs in mortgages and loans yet resilient trading results helped the second-largest US investment bank exceed lowered expectations by a wide margin.
Stocks turned mixed Wednesday after an initial jump spurred by news that regulators will provide some much-needed capital relief to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Visa shares surged.
U.S. investment banks are testing a new program set up in conjuction with the rescue of Bear Stearns that allows investment banks to borrow directly from the Federal Reserve, according to people at the banks.
Goldman Sachs Group is borrowing money this week from the Federal Reserve as a test of a new program allowing dealers to borrow directly from the central bank, a company spokesman said.
Visa shares jumped as much as 38 percent in the world's largest credit card network's market debut on Wednesday, as eager investors handed some beleaguered U.S. banks a much-needed payday.
Asian markets rallied on Wednesday as investors took a shine to the U.S. Federal Reserve's interest rate cut. Australia had a spectacular session, finishing 4% higher. Japan and South Korea both ended over 2% higher.
Buyers came back to Wall Street in a big way Tuesday, igniting a sharp rally and new debate about whether stocks have bottomed.
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Stocks soared Tuesday, led by financials, as the market breathed a huge sigh of relief following better-than-expected earnings from Goldman Sachs and Lehman Brothers.
Lehman, which used the Fed's discount window Tuesday, is unlikely to face the kind of liquidity crisis that brought down Bear Stearns, CFO Erin Callan told CNBC.
Morgan Stanley shares shot up 18% Tuesday, so why care about the brokerage's earnings report Wednesday morning? Cmon, there's always something to worry about.
Visa, the world's largest credit card network, raised $17.9 billion in its initial public offering Tuesday night, making it the largest US IPO ever
At least for the next week or two thanks to new confidence in the financials. Here is what's worth buying.
The dollar posted gains against the yen and the euro on Tuesday after the Federal Reserve slashed benchmark interest rates by 75 basis points.
The Fed commentary, on top of the positive Lehman and Goldman numbers, are helping move stocks to the highs of the day. The Fed has: 1) Reduced the growth forecast, and increased the inflation forecast. 2) Talked less on credit problems.