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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.
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The banking industry is entering another "golden age," with so much cash on hand that earnings will grow 20 percent annually over the next few years, banking analyst Dick Bove told CNBC.
Worries of the european debt crisis was back in the news on Monday as Euro shares dropped sharply ahead of debt auctions this week.
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The major issue for banks this quarter is that core earnings are going down for the industry and that’s what investors will be looking at, said Richard Bove, financial strategist at Rochdale Securities.
Many large companies are going back-to-basics by looking at what there core competencies are and exiting the businesses that aren't working while consolidating others.
In August banks landed at the bottom of the heap as the worst performing sector of the S&P. How should you play them in September?
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It is impossible today for small- and medium-sized technology companies to go public through IPOs with the big investment banks.
As it investigates a suspected kickback scheme in New York’s pension system, the Securities and Exchange Commission has been pushing to bar Steven L. Rattner, a prominent financier and former adviser to the Obama administration on the auto industry, from working in the securities industry for up to three years, according to three people told of the discussions. The NYT explains.
It almost feels like America is on sale considering the sheer volume of deal speculation in the market. With all the wheeling and dealing how should you trade?
The market had every reason to sell-off recently. We had renewed worries about Greece, a higher dollar, and Treasury auctions. So why isn't the damage worse?
The government's trash appears to be investors' treasure with AIG as well as Citigroup leading the markets higher. Is the trade fundamental or froth?
What must you know to trade this market? According to the Fast Money traders it's that deal making will be a big driver going forward.
America's CEOs are on a major spending spree. They're paying dividends, buying back shares, and most importantly, buying each other.
Deal making is officially back on with three major takeovers announced Monday. Where is the Fast Money finding alpha amid increasing acquisitions?
If you're looking for a sign of value in the market look no further than the recent flurry of M&A.
"There are no fundamentals right now that drive the market," says Joe Terranova, "It's all about technicals."