A crush of big cap earnings and arguably the most important economic reports until September make next week the busiest of the summer for markets.» Read More
Any number of headlines Wednesday could knock stocks out of their side ways trading pattern, but the Treasury market is the one to watch as the Fed winds down its two-day meeting.
What does Obama's cap-and-trade plan for carbon emissions mean for consumers? Will it nullify middle-class tax cuts? Cramer went to Southern Company CEO David Ratcliffe for an answer.
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The Fed takes center stage Wednesday in a market that will see another deluge of earnings news. Traders are also watching for more news on the Obama Administration's plans for the TARP and the proposal to develop a "bad bank" to hold toxic assets
The situation is so bad Cramer's suggesting we turn malls into bowling alleys.
Fuel, commodity and material rates are “expected to rise” in this extraordinarily challenging time for the electric industry, said David Ratcliffe, chairman and CEO of Southern Company.
Even as the Fed meets, the street can't make up its mind about what the Fed should do. From discussions I've had, it's clear that the sentiment among some traders has shifted and continues to shift.
While there's lots of important economic and earnings news Wednesday, we all know what matters most to the markets. That is whether the Fed cuts a quarter point or a half point from its target Fed funds rate.
Illinois will be the home of a futuristic $1.8 billion power plant aimed at burning coal without emitting global warming gases. Known as FutureGen, the plant will be watched closely by green groups, Congress and the private sector.
Federal regulators, girding for explosive growth in the nuclear power industry, say they are weeks away from an anticipated flood of license applications for new reactors not seen since the 1970s.
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