Oil fell more than $1, after sharp gains in the previous session, as worries of a disruption to crude supplies due to air strikes in Yemen eased.» Read More
For investors right now, the best offense is a good defense. That's how John Dorfman of the Dorfman Value Fund and Thunderstorm Capital sees it.
Panasonic maker Matsushita Electric Industrial and Sanyo Electric may tie up in the first reorganisation move among Japan's top electronics makers, the Yomiuri newspaperreported on Monday, but the two companies quickly rejected the report.
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Terrible consumer sentiment, more record oil and Microsoft's weak earnings weren't enough to keep Friday's market down. But what's in store for next week?
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As of this morning, 143 (just under 30%) of the S&P 500 companies have reported earnings. Here's a look at which companies have had the biggest surprises so far...
U.S. oil field services company Halliburton is mulling a counterbid for Britain's Expro International, sources close to the situation said on Friday.
Royal Bank of Scotland is set to announce a rights issue next week, an industry source said on Friday, in a move which analysts believe could raise over $20 billion and lead to similar action by other UK banks.
New York's attorney general and securities regulators in several U.S. states are probing auction-rate securities and the role Wall Street firms had in enticing investors into the troubled $330 billion market.
Futures popped right after the close as Google reported strong numbers; up 10 percent. Major indices stable today, despite mixed earnings report. IBM, good, Marriott, ok on strong international sales, but Conway, Nokia and Pfizer were notable disappointments.
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First, Goldman Sachs said it. Now Lehman Brothers is saying it: "The worst of the impact of the financial markets is behind us," said Richard Fuld, chief executive of Lehman Brothers, at the firm's annual shareholders meeting today. Is he right?
Will this week’s cascade of bank and broker earnings show the worst is over – or could more writedowns be around the bend?
FGIC, whose main unit is a bond insurer, said on Monday it is looking at strategic alternatives to boost its capital and protect policy holders, including setting up a new insurer that would focus on municipal bonds.
Goldman Sachs Group, which for weeks denied it was cutting jobs, is slashing an undisclosed number of positions in mortgage and investment banking this month as weak markets erode its business.
Fed auction results Thursday may indicate a turning point in the credit crisis. Are financials poised to make a sustained rally?
JPMorgan's equities team has said financial stocks will help lead the market higher this year. Today, they held a call on the financial group and say they are still overweight, and they expect it to be one of the better performing sectors.
Citigroup is expected to report another big quarterly loss on April 18, but the actual numbers may be almost secondary.
With good news from Walmart and Goldman CEO Blankfein saying we are closer to the end of the current financial crisis than the beginning, the markets are rallying. Is Blankfein right or is it the calm before the storm?