Asian stocks jumped on Tuesday, joining the global rally induced by China's move over the weekend to stimulate its cooling economy.» Read More
John Woods, Head of Fixed Income & Senior Portfolio Manager at Citi Investment Management, discusses the Fed's decision to remain "patient" on raising rates despite a stronger U.S. economy.
Gary Bradshaw, Senior Vice President & Portfolio Manager at Hodges Capital Management, explains why he expects continued growth in Boeing's operating margins and cash flow.
Nintendo should expand into the realms of animation and cartoons with its famed game characters like Mario the plumber, says Amir Anvarzadeh, Director of Japan Equity Sales at BGC Securities.
Mehdi Hosseini, Senior VP of Semiconductors at Susquehanna Financial Group, discusses the rise in smartphone shipments and the stellar performance from Samsung's semiconductor division.
Riad Younes, Co-founder of R Squared Capital Management, explains why the firm prefers to invest in European and Asian markets.
Andy Lipow, President of Lipow Oil Associate, expects West Texas Intermediate crude to test the $40 a barrel level as oil inventories continue to rise in the U.S.
The modest surprise in Facebook's quarterly earnings did not satisfy investors who were used to seeing "tremendous upside surprises" over the past years, says Evan Wilson, Senior Research Analyst for Internet & Games at Pacific Crest Securities.
Despite the benchmark 10-year yield fell to a 20-month low on Wednesday, U.S. bonds are still far more attractive than foreign bonds, says Quincy Krosby, Market Strategist at Prudential Financial.
John Herbst, Director of the Eurasia Center at the Atlantic Council, says there has been a creeping seizure of Ukrainian territory since September's ceasefire.
Hao Hong, Managing Director of Research at Bank of Communications International, says levels below 3,000 points on the benchmark index will create better entry points for investors.
Stephen Goldman, Managing Director at Kapstream Capital, says lower taxes and employment are the two main drivers of the U.S. economy, not just lower oil prices.
Rich Munarriz, Senior Analyst at The Motley Fool, explains why Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer made the right choice in spinning off the company's remaining stake in Alibaba.
David Brown, China and Hong Kong Transaction Services Leader at PwC, says M&A activity in China enjoyed a robust year in 2014 despite weak economic growth.
While it's difficult to time the absolute bottom of the oil market, Tim Evans, Energy Futures Specialist at Citi Futures and OTC Clearing, does expect higher prices to eventually come around.
Raghuram Selvaraju, Managing Director of Equity Research for Healthcare at MLV & Co, says there's lots of leverage the company can employ to sustain strong earnings growth.
Tim Bajarin, President of tech research and advisory firm Creative Strategies, says Apple won't be losing its focus in the mainland anytime soon.
Gina Sanchez, Chairwoman & Founder of Chantico Global, expects any action from the central bank to be delayed since markets are experiencing an illusion of strong demand recovery in the U.S.
Asian shares hit fresh highs on Tuesday, as investors deemed a Greek exit from the euro zone unlikely.
Daniel Serwer, Professor at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, discusses news that a C.I.A drone strike killed 3 suspected Qaeda fighters in Yemen on Monday.
Karl Brauer, Senior Director, Insights at Kelley Blue Book, discusses news that Toyota Motor is changing the way it pays factory workers, in a bid to attract young talent.
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