Shares of AEP and NextEra Energy plunged more than 50 percent in the first seconds of trading on the NYSE Thursday, the latest in a flurry of unexplained sharp drops in the market.» Read More
Stocks closed sharply lower across the board Monday, with the S&P 500 breaking below the closely-watched 1,340 level, as worries over Greece's potential exit from the euro zone and fears over a slowdown in China kept investors on edge.
Whether earnings results are great for Cisco Systems or not on Wednesday, Nikos Theodosopoulos, analyst at UBS, tells CNBC there are other reasons to buy the stock.
While domestic and global economic conerns could cause some turbulence for some fast-food stocks in the near-term, analysts say the sector still remains a stable area for investors in the longer-term.
Stocks recovered more than half their losses, but still closed in negative territory Tuesday as political uncertainty in Greece kept investors on edge.
On Monday, Warren Buffett said he would add to two of his long-term holdings, but did not share the companies’ names. In response, one author listed five companies that investors could purchase to benefit from the Oracle of Omaha’s own investing prowess.
Stocks finished mixed Monday, recovering from their session lows, as investors shrugged off worries over the eurozone's ability to handle its sovereign debt woes following France and Greece's elections.
Friday's jobs data might be considered weak, but job listings and employers seeking staff were strong for LinkedIn in the first quarter. Could that be a sign of potential economic improvement ahead?
April's job report lived up to muted expectations, with the economy creating a meager 115,000 jobs during the month as the unemployment rate fell to 8.1 percent.
It was great theater, but ultimately the record price for Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” won’t do all that much for auction house Sotheby’s, two analysts told CNBC Thursday.
More Zillow home listings are now viewed on mobile phones than over the Internet, and CEO Spencer Rascoff tells CNBC he couldn't be more pleased.
Even if the BlackBerry 10 has a great keyboard, the company will have trouble competing with Apple without a much larger “ecosystem of app developers and devices,” says Scott Sutherland, analyst and managing director for Wedbush Securities.
An increased number of consumers shopping over the smartphone helped power HSN's first-quarter earnings, CEO Mindy Grossman told CNBC Wednesday.
Vail Resorts CEO Rob Katz told CNBC Wednesday it was a victory of sorts that despite the worst winter for snow in U.S. history, cash flow managed to stay in the mid-single digits.
As Groupon echoes its own daily-deal business model by trading more than 60 percent below its all-time high, one analyst dissected the company’s recent board shake-up and said it probably went public too early.
Splunk seeks patterns in the clouds of data generated by every person who looks at a website, uses a modem of cellphone or even has a heart pacemaker implanted, CEO Godfrey Sullivan told CNBC Tuesday.
Two Fed officials warned the U.S. could be heading for a "fiscal cliff" at year's end if mandated tax increases and spending cuts are implemented.
Microsoft's investment in Barnes & Noble not only lit up the bookseller's share price, it fundamentally changed the company's ability to compete, analysts told CNBC Monday.
Amid a surge in online travel stocks during the past week, two analysts debate whether Priceline.com or Expedia is the better buy.
Spain's newly announced recession won't be ending any time soon and it could force the U.S. stock market to fall anywhere between 10 percent and 20 percent, economist Harry Dent told CNBC Monday.
The U.S. isn't going back into a recession, though economic growth has slowed, Goldman Sach's chief equity strategist Abby Joseph Cohen told CNBC Monday.
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