Joshua Crabb, head of Asian equities at Old Mutual Global Investors, says one of the main investment themes for 2016 will be the base effect of cheap assets in Asia.» Read More
A combination of persistently high prices and a weak economic backdrop will keep a lid on oil consumption this year, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Friday, while a slightly improved demand growth for 2013 will likely be offset by, among other things, the resumption of nuclear capacity in Japan reducing the need for oil.
A mixed day for the markets; ManU prices its IPO; Yahoo CEO makes her first big move; videogame sales fall again and Ikea reveals what its brand is worth.
UK soccer club Manchester United priced its U.S. IPO at $14 a share, below the expected range of $16 to $20 a share. The low pricing reflects IPO jitters in the wake of Facebook's post-IPO drop.
Markets have been shaking off the worst of this summer’s fear trade, and now traders are looking for the next catalyst that will break the August doldrums.
Looking for back-to-school buys for your portfolio? This season’s consumer is on the hunt for value and brands, driving some companies that emphasize brands rather than private labels to outperform, one analyst said.
Investors are taking big long positions in the British pound, and that has trading implications.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday:
Searching for profits, investors have rediscovered stocks that pay dividends, which have out-gained non-payers by more than 9 percentage points in the past year.
Think Asian currencies are primed to rise? Think again.
Marissa Mayer is off to an excellent start at Yahoo, at least based on what I believe is her first big smart move: Having Yahoo’s stock price yanked off the front of the company’s internal home page.
Many companies have climbed aboard the Instagram bandwagon to sell photo-related gifts. Is the new business trend right for you?
Take a look at some of Thursday's midday movers:
Natural gas futures soared more than 5 percent on Thursday after a government report showed storage levels rose last week by a smaller amount than many analysts had expected.
As the traditional peak season for gasoline demand winds down, pump prices are all fired up —now exceeding year ago levels.
Given the change in global markets, it's important to reconsider diversification and how to best reduce volatility.
Take a look at some of Thursday's morning movers:
Oil refiner Phillips 66 hasn’t been around for long, but the bulls are already smitten.
Monster Beverage falls 13% after an earnings miss; News Corp drops after missing earnings; Zynga’s COO leaves the company and Yahoo begins its makeover.
Traders are watching to see if the S&P 500 can break meaningfully above 1400, a three-month high water mark for the stock market, which could help propel it toward a new high for the year.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Wednesday: