U.S. stock index futures were lower Wednesday as central banks seemed to drift away from the idea of injecting more monetary stimulus and European shares fell.
European shares were seen opening broadly flat Wednesday after strong demand for Spanish short-term government debt dispelled some of the fears of another imminent euro zone debt crisis, despite a spike in yields compared to a previous auction.
RBC Capital Markets analyst Mark Sue told CNBC Qualcomm shares can go higher as it takes advantage of having its chips in products using Apple’s or Google’s Android operating systems.
Anticipating earnings results for Qualcomm, with Mark Sue, RBC Capital Markets analyst.
With three major tech titans reporting earnings on Tuesday after the bell, trader Simon Bakers tells us to watch IBM. If Big Blue beats, look at this rival, he says.
Find out what the "Mad Money" host expects of both companies' quarterly results.
Chip giant Intel continues to be one of a handful of stocks that investors would be wise to add this week ahead of the company’s scheduled earnings announcement on Tuesday.
The “Mad Money” host comments on the 16 earnings announcements he plans to monitor next week.
How to trade China's GDP number, with Andy Busch, BMO Capital Markets. Credit Suisse increased its price target for Apple from $700 to $750 and Qualcomm from $70 to $80, with Kulbinder Garcha, Credit Suisse managing director.
The Bernanke put: Last week, stocks sold off on concerns the Federal Reserve was in no hurry to implement a third round of quantitative easing or, possibly, extend "Operation Twist." Today, stocks will be sold at the open because...job growth is weaker than expected...and QE3 is more likely?
Stocks clawed back from their worst levels but still ended in negative territory Tuesday following the latest Fed meeting minutes that showed policymakers toned down the likelihood for further quantitative easing.
If the new iPhone is scheduled for a June release, the rumor mill will ramp up sharply in the coming months. Nonetheless, here’s a list of features that could be present in Apple’s latest smartphone.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a lower open for Wall Street on Tuesday, as investors seemed to take a breather after the Dow and the S&P 500 touched multi-year highs in the previous session.
Financial firms continue to take flack for what many see as the outsized compensation they pay, but an early look at CEO pay for 2011 shows the biggest paychecks were doled out to the top executives at entertainment firms.
Be it expanding data storage, or improving the iPad’s screen, a select few technology companies are well poised to soar on Apple sales, says Stephanie Link, director of research and strategist for TheStreet.com.
After hitting $600 per share ahead of Friday’s new iPad release, Apple — along with a few select suppliers — might still be worth buying.
No question about it, Apple stock is hot — and Wednesday saw extreme action on the options side.
The popularity of mobile technology is making it a “critical year” for the companies and chip makers that create personal computers, Cowen & Co. analyst Matthew Hoffman told CNBC.
Here are a bundle of stocks that could see a boost on the back of the new iPad.
This is a case-by-case market, not one that’s driven by averages, the “Mad Money” host says.