We start the first full trading week of 2014 with Asia notably weaker. Overnight, Japan and China's benchmarks buckled.
Happy Monday. We can't particularly see 5 feet in front of us here on the East Coast, but we can still find a morning six-pack through the fog.
Three exchange-traded funds that don't track the traditional plain-vanilla indexes.
It's a bit early to spot investing trends in 2014, but two "duh" trends are already playing out.
Corporate pension funds are close to being fully funded after 2013's strong move in the stock market and an increase in yields on high-grade debt.
Your view on how 2014 will go depends on your view on two subjects: earnings and interest rates.
University of Chicago economist John Cochrane was interviewed by the Richmond Fed's Econ Focus. What he said might surprise you.
Happy Friday. Nothing like a morning six-pack to cut right through the abundance of fluffy snow and frigid temps here in the Northeast.
Other airports are watching Montreal's program that lets travelers book access to the front of the security line.
The potential for the first down day in the first trading day of the year since 2007 has some traders nervous.
The recent string of positive economic news could turn into a headache for Janet Yellen as she prepares to take the reins at the Federal Reserve.
The hotel Santa is the latest in a line of do-gooders whose anonymous actions have come to light.
You don't get to go behind the scenes to see underwriters bring an IPO to its first trade very often, but CNBC did it with Twitter.
Stocks begin 2014 on the downside—but some of this may be tax related. Traders say investors are reluctant to book profits.
Happy Thursday. Starting off the year right, with the first morning six-pack of 2014.
Ford has developed a concept model that runs primarily on solar power, creating a vehicle that is not dependent on traditional energy sources.
For the second straight year, shares of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway have topped the S&P 500 stock index.
Buffett remains confident Berkshire's value will "over time surpass the S&P returns by a small margin." He's still on his "search for elephants."
In an interview after a marathon Q&A with shareholders, Becky Quick asks Warren Buffett to comment on some of Charlie Munger's best lines.
Wall Street is rude, it’s crude and it will eat you alive. So interviewing for a job is no different. You may be asked questions like, “How many tennis balls could you fit in this room?” or “If I told you you could have the job if you let me sleep with your girlfriend—would you accept?” You’d better have an answer—and it had better not be “I don’t know!”
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