With silver near multi-year highs, famous commodities bull Jim Rogers warned silver prices could become dangerous if they rose even further to “parabolic” levels, telling The Times of India he is keen to buy more, but would sell if the price rose too fast.
Actelion shareholder Elliott Advisors, having already called for a management overhaul at the Swiss biotech concern, says all options, including a sale of the company, need to be on the table at Actelion's shareholder meeting in May.
Stock markets are in a long period of steady selling pressure, and that trend will likely continue for another three or fours years despite an expanding global economy, Bill Spiropoulos, CEO of CoreStates Capital Advisors told CNBC.
The publication of new stress tests for Ireland’s banks Thursday will once again throw the troubled country into the spotlight, but the results could cause unrest in Europe’s southern periphery as well, as investors fret over which banks there will need additional capital.
Financial markets are on the rise, defying geopolitical threats as investors take their cue from a healthy long-term economic outlook , and earnings for the first quarter are likely to show positive surprises, Michael Browne, Fund Manager at Martin Currie said Monday.
A new poll reveals 68 percent of Manchester women would never hit the nightlife in heels less than three inches high, while 70 percent of women in Bristol confessed they had gone commando at least once in their lifetime. But Cardiff's women are the 'tartiest' of them all.
As investors increasingly shun risk, concerned over developments in the Middle East and Japan, which they fear could derail the recovery, analysts at Barclays Capital are also turning more bearish, advising investors to take positions that are more risk neutral.
Deutsche Telekom and AT&T are confident the deal under which AT&T will purchase rival T-Mobile USA from the German telecoms giant will be cleared by regulators, despite concerns that the agreement might create a duopoly in the US mobile market.
The US Federal Reserve may have no choice but to introduce a third round of quantitative easing, or QE3, in light of the significant headwinds facing the global economy as well as problems at home, Stephen Pope, Managing Partner at Spotlight Ideas said.