Fear of stalemate: Markets setting up for Wednesday volatility, no matter who wins.
Challenging economic conditions may persist in Britain, especially for the retail sector, but two stocks are set defy the gloom and shine in the seasonal shopping period, analysts say.
Wall Street has been favoring Romney but things seem to have taken a turn and it looks like many have thrown in the towel—convinced that Obama will likely win.
Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 stock index developed a remarkable recovery starting in June 2012, but now this rebound is threatened.
Mitt Romney got the better of Barack Obama in Wednesday night's presidential debate, at least according to the bettors on Intrade.
In addition to shutting down shipping terminals and submerging warehouses, the storm tangled up deliveries, just as retailers normally receive final shipments for the holiday shopping season.
"This third-quarter earnings season was just atrocious, and the guidance was not that much better," says Josh Brown in an interview with The Daily Ticker. "The top line is slowing noticeably and no one is immune to what's going on overseas."
Bonds up, dividend payers down, bank stocks down — what's it mean?
After U.S. 2012 elections, Washington must cope with its “fiscal cliff.” The outcome of that struggle could determine the state of global growth in 2013.
Wine.com, the leading online wine retailer, said it is launching the Wine.com Marketplace, which will allow smaller domestic and international wineries with limited distribution channels the ability to sell its wines on Wine.com.
The conventional view has wages for the middle class, particularly men, stagnating over the past 40 years. But Michael Greenstone, economics professor at MIT and director of The Brookings Institution's Hamilton Project, says the situation is much worse than that.
With the US election less than 24 hours away, here are my keys to the outcome.
Thanksgiving is right around the corner. For some people this means family, food and football. But for others it means just one thing: shopping.
Apple shares have tumbled 18% from their record high of $705 — causing many to wonder whether the company has lost its mojo.
Are we better off today than we were four years ago? From the perspective of home prices, the answer is, as always, it depends on where you live.
Several issues for the markets this week: 1) China change of leadership; 2) Greek parliamentary vote; 3) U.S. election.
On the heels of corporate raider Carl Icahn accumulating a chunk of Netflix shares, the streaming video company adopted a shareholder rights plan — a poison pill.
Penn National Gaming has been trending lower, and now the bears are looking for another push to the downside.
Find out what Wall Street analysts were saying about Allstate, Western Union, and dividend payers like General Mills and McDonald’s in this week’s CNBC.com StockBlog Roundup.
The lack of available gas in Sandy-affected areas is situational and will hopefully be alleviated when power is returned and roads are cleared. Until then, people need fuel to power their cars and generators and they're having trouble finding it.