Discussing the latest market action with Art Cashin, UBS; Gerard Fitzpatrick, Russell Investments; and CNBC's Rick Santelli.» Read More
Insight on what is next for Sears Holdings, as it plans to close down 120 Kmart stores, with Gary Balter, Credit Suisse retail analyst.
Insight on whether Netflix will pull itself out of its decline, with Barton Crockett, Lazard Capital Markets director/senior media & entertainment analyst.
CNBC's Rick Santelli has an update on bond yields and the dollar.
Futures edged lower Tuesday after the S&P/Case-Shiller home price index showed a broad-based decline in the fourth quarter.
It is going to be a very complex year across the board, says Roger Altman, Evercore Partners, who adds that the U.S. will see slow growth in areas of employment and enormous risk and volatility posed by Europe, and some developing uncertainties on China's growth.
The shape of the curve over there has moved dramatically, says Kevin Ferry, Cronus Futures Management, who weighs in on the upcoming Italian bond auction and the impact on the markets. Ferry also says the decline in the U.S. bond market last week was under analyzed, and shares his views on what to watch next year.
Banks are the key to fixing Europe's ongoing economic crisis, and they must be helped to lend while recapitalization of European financial institutions takes place early next year, analysts said on Tuesday.
Pharmaceutical giants’ profits could take a "double-dip" hit next year from patent expirations on blockbuster drugs and President Barack Obama’s healthcare reforms, according to a report from CreditSights, a credit market research firm.
Manulife Financial is not a name seen often, but it lit up OptionMonster's screening systems on Friday.
As Europe struggles with its debt crisis, U.S. businesses and financial firms are swooping in amid the distress, making loans and snapping up bank-owned assets. The New York Times reports.
With equities in a holiday mood, here's how to trade the good cheer using currencies.
Cramer explains the difference between stocks investors should own for a long time, and those that should be handled with care.
Mad Money's Cramer explains how investors can unshackle themselves from the IPO chain and instead put in for a "sliver deal" and then sell into the pop.
Investors cannot time their moves correctly, unless they know what they own, says Mad Money's Cramer. That's why it's important to ask yourself two questions in the event of a market sell-off: what impact does this have on the numbers; and is this event really bad for all the earnings out there?
Mad Money's Cramer says never sell everything in a big market decline, instead take a look around and buy the stocks you want on weakness.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer teaches investors about timing the market, instructing them not to sell in the midst of an awful decline, but instead, stay calm, and don't panic, because a better moment to sell will eventually present itself.
Stocks have a good chance of sailing higher into the end of the year on an old-fashioned Santa rally."Historically this is the ‘Santa Claus’ period of time which extends into the New Year,” says one pro.
The Supreme Court and President Obama will meet on March 27th to talk about whether it's constitutional for Congress to mandate health care coverage or levy a penalty for those who don't have it. Discussing the impact this decision will have on the markets, with Tony Fratto, Hamilton Place Strategies and David Cutler, Harvard University.
Wall Street stocks closed higher Friday as the S&P 500 rallied for a fourth straight day and turned positive for the year after a run of better-than-expected economic data.
An outlook at the economy, and markets, with CNBC's Steve Liesman, Tyler Mathisen, and Scott Shellady, ICAP U.S. derivatives manager.