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Stocks may respond more to earnings news than the Fed Wednesday, now that Fed Chair Janet Yellen's first day of testimony is out of the way.
Quarterly earnings growth and clues from companies' commentaries will tell whether there really will be a bounce back in growth in the second half.
For some of Wall Street's biggest names, quarterly results are expected to be weak, while the future is pockmarked with uncertainty.
William Johnson, the former chairman, CEO and president of Heinz, is joining buyout shop Advent as a consultant.
While Japan clocked its fastest growth rate in over two years in the first quarter, economists warn it's too early to celebrate.
US stocks rose Wednesday after better-than-expected earnings from Yahoo.
It's Talking Squawk, the official "Squawk Box" blog, this week with Bill Miller on bitcoin, a truce between eBay and Carl Icahn, and Sam Zell on taxes.
Stocks could continue to be rocked as negative undercurrents converge ahead of quarter-end, and a decline in momentum names looks set to spread to the broader market.
Paychex and Citigroup are in the news after the bell Wednesday
Continued improvement in home prices accounted for most of the improvement in financial stress levels, according a PNC Financial index.
A new report finds that financial institutions are doing a much better job than retailers when it comes to credit card security.
US Treasurys gained after inflation data came in as expected and amid strength in German government debt and overnight demand for safe-haven US debt.
U.S. stock index futures signaled a weaker open on Wall Street on Thursday, ahead of another wave of key fourth-quarter earnings.
Some of Friday's midday movers:
Regulators are zeroing in on the mega-asset managers, which have largely been absent from the recession blame game—until now.
CNBC's October Fed survey sees the central bank buying about $650 billion of assets next year, up from $381 billion in the September survey.
With a deadline hanging over Congress, stocks could be whipped by headlines from Washington but should ultimately be able to limp through the drama.
Talking Squawk looks at our big interviews with Daryl from "The Walking Dead", Jack Welch, Jim Chanos and T. Boone Pickens. Plus, we debate the merits of megayachts versus kayaks.
The more accommodating stance being taken by Iran’s new president, if genuine, could result in lower oil prices by reducing Middle East tensions.
This could be a sign that the student loan bubble is starting to burst.