Traders emerging from one of the most turbulent weeks in history will likely need to brace for more volatility as the Street gears up for jobs data.» Read More
With the 30-year bond auction out of the way, traders are looking ahead to the possibility the Fed pulls the trigger on a new bond market operation at its meeting next week.
Stocks have moved to their highs for the day, as the Greek government has said, "All agreed Greece will remain in the eurozone" and "Greece PM vows to take all necessary measures on budget commitments."
UPS is changing the way consumers receive their packages and in the process hopes to gain market share. Scott David, UPS CEO discusses the shipping company's new plan and its future growth outlook.
The trading community is atwitter about the phone conversation that will be taking place between the Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou, Angela Merkel of Germany, and Nicolas Sarkozy of France.
A look at Wednesday's market activity from the trading floor, with Joesph Greco, Meridian Equity Partners, Anthony Grisanti, GRZ Energy and Jim Iuorio, TJM Institutional Services.
"Greece has to default," Kyle Bass said. "It's going to be a hard default, and then it's going to be difficult to contain this contagion."
The euro has taken quite a fall as worries about the debt crisis there have grown, and this strategist says there is more to come.
Retail sales fell for the second straight month in August, and that means retailers must work harder to gain market share, two analysts told CNBC Wednesday.
Discussing what the ripple effect from Europe will be on other markets, with Kyle Bass, Hayman Capital Partners.
As opportunities in the U.S. appear to dim, opportunities in emerging markets gain momentum. Is a bubble in emerging markets inevitable? This panel is moderated by Tom Buerkle, Institutional Investor, and includes Marko Dimitrijevic, Everest Capital founder; Scott Kalb, Korea Investment Corporation CIO; and Martin J. Whitman, Third Avenue Management LLC, chairman and portfolio manager.
Microsoft is unveiling its Windows 8 operating system ahead of its meeting with analysts Wednesday, but it is still trying to catch up to the wild popularity of Apple's iPad and Google's Android system, Brendan Barnicle told CNBC.
"We have to do this vote with 17 countries? How can you go home with stock overnight?" That's what one trader said to me, after Austria said it would delay voting on changes to the EFSF bailout fund until October.
As if the troubles in Europe were not enough, two months of the most turbulent markets in decades are expected to hurt trading results for the nation’s largest banks, the New York Times reports.
The 30-year bond moved as much as a full point lower ahead of Thursday's auction, ignoring weak retail sales data that boosted bond prices further down the yield curve. The Treasury auctions $13 billion in reopened 30-year bonds at 1 p.m. ET.
Many interesting comments on the global debt crisis this morning: Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner told CNBC at our "Delivering Alpha" conference in New York there was "not a chance" that Europe will allow their institutions fail in the way Lehman Brothers did.
Fear is a misunderstood emotion, and one that gets a pretty bad rap these days. But what about the litany of fears that plagues traders every day?
After a rough year for the stock, does Microsoft have a chance of getting back on top? Insight with Brendan Barnicle, Pacific Crest Securities senior analyst.
CNBC's Maria Bartiromo talks to Laurence Fink, BlackRock chairman & CEO; Pierre Lagrange, GLG Partners LP co-founder; Jim Leech, Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan; and Meredith Whitney, Meredith Whitney Advisory Group CEO, about America's place in the world as new economic powers rise in the East.
Futures were higher Wednesday as investors were encouraged by the European Commission that said it would present options for joint euro zone bonds and largely shrugged off retail sales that came in weaker than expected.
Adobe Systems is near its 52-week lows, but upside option action burned brightly yesterday.