Silver and gold move lower, as copper breaks its downtrend. Trading metals now, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.» Read More
Is it time for risk-on currencies to drop back? This strategist thinks so, and he has a plan to trade the move.
Materials stocks are being hammered as a read on China's manufacturing sector came in at its lowest level since February 2009, with the Fast Money traders.
A look at the Italy 10 Year Bund spread, and what it implies for broader markets, with CNBC's Brian Sullivan.
It's a common refrain on CNBC: There's too much regulation and Dodd Frank is killing the banks. But if MF Global's demise shows anything, it's that rules are sometimes necessary.
The details behind the liquidation proceedings for MF Global, with Stephen Harbeck,Securities Investor Protection Corp. (SIPC) president/CEO.
Two bearish trades, two winners, one strategy. That more or less sums up last Friday's Options Action.
Futures dropped sharply Tuesday, extending the previous session's losses, as renewed concerns over the euro zone flared up after Greece’s prime minister said he would put the nation's bailout to a referendum, raising the risk of a disorderly default.
Analysis on what's next for the markets as the S&P 500 comes off its best month since December 1991, with Mark Hulbert, Marketwatch senior columnist Hulbert Financial digest editor.
"The banks and the credit markets are under pressure, but still we have had huge gains on the safe government bonds, the German and Danish bonds. It has been a safe-haven for us," Lars Rhode, CEO at ATP, told CNBC.
Roelof van den Akker, CEO of ING Wholesale Banking, joined CNBC for a technical look at the crude oil market, the euro/dollar exchange rate and the S&P 500.
Roman Abramovich, the billionaire owner of Chelsea football club, conceded he used business practices that were common but “not very ethical” during the early 1990s in Russia as his business progressed from the manufacture of plastic toy ducks into what would become an oil and metals empire.
"Obviously we're not happy with the result in the quarter... These underlying losses, getting away from the accounting issues, are not a result that we are happy with," Brady Dougan, CEO of Credit Suisse, told CNBC.
Data showing a rebound in US growth in the third quarter helped reinforce the belief that the worst is over for the world’s largest economy, but HSBC says a strong third quarter is not “necessarily a precursor” to a strong 2012.
Rolf-Dieter Schwalb, CFO of DSM, joined CNBC to discuss the firm's third quarter earnings, which beat estimates. "This was driven by a very robust performance in nutrition and life sciences," the CFO said.
Like an unpleasant relative, the European debt crisis came back for a visit Monday and may still be hanging around on Tuesday.
Mad Money's Cramer, says Xilinx is a stock that gives investors a way to play the seasonal tech rally that's driving the semiconductor names higher, while offering some dividend protection, with Moshe Gavrielov, Xilinx CEO.
It's fun dressing up for Halloween, says Mad Money's Cramer, but when it comes to investing, beware of companies that dress themselves up as something they're not. Specifically, he says, Chinese IPOs, that dress themselves up to look like U.S. companies.
Cramer says investors need to tell tricks from treats when a momentum stock tumbles; like Netflix or Ancestry.com, sell no matter how much you like the product or believe the story, because you can always buy it back when the pain is over.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer, warns investors not to get "tricked" by the airlines sector; gold miners; supermarket stocks, and Advanced Micro Devices.
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