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With Europe in the rearview mirror, the market's focus now shifts to the Fed meeting, monthly jobs report and some other key data in the week ahead.
It's been an ama-a-a-zing week for risk-on currencies, but this strategist thinks a shift is coming.
You say the name of a stock, and Mad Money's Jim Cramer tells you whether to buy or sell.
It's been in the works for years, and later today YouTube will finally announce the creation of 100 new online YouTube channels with original programming. The tech giant spent months working with Hollywood agencies and has secured deals with celebrities including Ashton Kutcher, Amy Poehler, and Deepak Chopra. Most of these channels will launch next year, creating about 25 hours of new programming per day.
With October's recent stock market rally, it was no September to remember for Legg Mason. The manager of $612 billion in assets had a 25 percent drop in net income as falling stocks prompted its institutional investors to pull out or rebalance their portfolios. But in October, "things are looking a lot better," Chief Executive Mark Fetting told CNBC Friday.
The stock market held around breakeven levels as banks erased earlier losses and warnings of an extremely overbought market tempered enthusiasm over a European bailout deal.
The yield on the U.S. ten-year note has fallen sharply over the past 3 months even as investors have flocked to Treasuries. Could now be the time to exit your position in U.S. debt? Brian Stutland, Stutland Equities president weighs in.
For the second quarter, Legg Mason plunged 25% as customers pulled money out of the markets and the company's investments lost value. Discussing the current state of business is Mark Fetting, Legg Mason chairman/CEO.
It's time to get out of defensive holdings and get into riskier investments take advantage of the market rally, two specialists told CNBC Friday.
Markets have been slowly recouping their losses lately. But the volatility in the stock market has forced a rethink of investment strategies. We want to know how you are preserving and growing your assets.
SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro, dogged by agency miscues, isn't about to take chances in letting the $1 trillion exchange traded fund industry expand into derivatives — no matter what Nasdaq and other ETF providers request.
It's going to take a lot more than Thursday's 3.4 percent gain in the Standard & Poor's 500 index to lure fed-up mutual-fund investors back to the fold.
Fast Money Halftime Traders Pete and Jon Najarian, Optionmonster.com, share perspective on which stocks to buy, sell, or hold right now?
Netflix and Amazon.com are two good examples as to why you should be cautious about investing in a highly valued stock. Shares of both companies fell significantly earlier this week after disappointing investors.
Stocks are having their best month since 1974 as the S&P rises nearly 14%. Insight into what the markets are telling us, with Abigail Doolittle, Peak Theories Research.
AMD reported better than expected quarterly earnings, but one analyst reiteraties its sell rating on the stock, with Dan Berenbaum, MKM Partners executive director. Also, discussing how to trade the globe as Baidu posts an 80% surge in profits, with the Fast Money Halftime Traders.
Wall Street might want to enjoy the rally over Europe's debt agreement while it lasts, because another debt crisis is still looming closer to home.
Compensation levels for hedge funds and investment-management firms "are going to come down very significantly versus other parts of the economy," investor Barton Biggs told CNBC Friday.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche has the story on MF Global, which is in advanced negotiations to sell its futures unit.
As their student enrollments in the United States continue to shrink, some for-profit schools are hoping to find growth opportunities in other countries.