October is one of the most nerve-wracking months for stocks, and Wednesday was the worst start to the month for the market since 2011.» Read More
Large U.S. investment banks are said to be eyeing the launch of hedge funds for retail investors with investments as low as $1,000.
Stocks started the third quarter on an up note, but face the dual pressures in the second half of a still challenged economy and higher interest rates.
Stocks are at the threshold of a bull market, US Trust President Keith Banks says.
What looked like the beginning of the "Great Rotation" in retrospect may just turn out to be the "Great Overreaction."
The stock market just had its best first half of the year since 1998. Now what?
With the yellow metal hitting a succession of three-year lows recently, its proponents find themselves trying to catch the proverbial dagger that comes with a collapse in prices.
Economists are divided on whether growth will really accelerate in the second half or just chug along at a 2 percent rate for the next six months.
Hedge fund titan Leon Cooperman came up with 10 ideas last year and all of the stocks have delivered returns. Will anybody at this year's Delivering Alpha conference match his record?
Buy-and-hold billionaire Ron Baron told CNBC that former Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner said at an event he attended that the Fed's exit strategy would take about five years.
The stock market will go a "good deal higher," Dennis Gartman, founder of The Gartman Letter, told CNBC, adding it's no longer time to be short gold.
HSBC downgraded its global growth forecast on Friday, citing risks to emerging markets.
Markets in the second half could be driven by more volatility, though strategists expect equities to end the year higher than their current levels.
It's been a brutal quarter for Asian equity markets that have seen a sharp withdrawal of funds over April-June on concerns over a tapering of the Fed's bond buying program.
The Fed simply doesn't understand its short-term impact on the market, and the economy is not ready for higher rates, two market pros tell CNBC.
The bull market in stocks likely has a "way to go" in anticipation of "much more robust economic growth," Ed Keon of Prudential's Quantitative Management Associates says.
If anyone was still in doubt about whether the era of ever-rising prices driven by rapid Chinese growth was over, events of the past week have surely dispelled it. The FT reports.
The stock market has bottomed for now, and it’s time to go long, Dennis Gartman says.
For Peter Schiff, the Japanese Nikkei is like tech stocks in the nineties—but worse.
Pimco's Total Return Bond Fund took a hefty hit in June, due to the sharp rise in bond yields that was sparked by fears the U.S. Federal Reserve will scale back its asset-purchasing program.
There's a reason markets are pricing in worst-case scenarios, PIMCO CEO Mohamed El-Erian says.
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