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Signs of an improving U.S. economy have allowed consumers to feel more comfortable pulling out their wallet for nonessentials, pushing consumer discretionary shares to some of the highest growth rates in the S&P 500 in the fourth quarter.
Despite Apple's massive run, one analyst has a "sell" rating on the stock. Ed Zabitsky, analyst at ACI Research, explains why he is sticking to his $270 price target.
Abigail Doolittle, Peak Theories Research, explains whether the "golden cross" on the S&P 500 is a bullish sign for the market.
When Facebook files for its IPO, the social networking company could be one of the largest companies in the world. What does that mean for other tech giants like Google? Colin Gillis, sr. tecnology analyst at BGC Financial, discusses.
Two momentum names. Two key earnings events. But that’s where the similarities end from last Friday’s Options Action.
Chesapeake Energy may be one of the greatest short-term trades an investor can make, but that's because it continues to be such a frustrating idea as a long-term investment, according to TheStreet.com.
Markets in Europe extend losses as Wall Street slumps. Bank stocks among the biggest losers. Yields fall in the latest 5- and 10-year auction of Italian debt. Negotiations between Greece and private-sector creditors continue. Underwriters hike cost of insuring Portugal bonds and want upfront payment. And Germany's Merkel to actively support re-election efforts of Frances's Sarkozy.
Rock Center's Harry Smith discusses how one furniture maker re-started his family business in North Carolina instead of taking advantage of cheaper labor in China.
Even with the recent pullback, stocks are likely to end January with solid gains. But the so-called January Barometer—normally a reliable indicator—may not be so accurate this year.
Sharing his view on the markets, with Arthur Cashin, UBS Financial Services director Of floor operations.
Gold priced in euros broke above of key trend line Monday morning, as safe-haven buying and upward technical momentum continue to help the precious metal rally.
Thinking fast about the immediate-term while thinking slow about the long-term is the holy grail of being at what Kahneman calls “cognitive ease.” I can’t work any harder – so for me, at this stage of my career, my goal is to work smarter.
A new employment report is on the way, and this strategist sees a trading opportunity.
Stock index futures slumped Monday, tracking losses in Europe and Asia, amid renewed worries over a second bailout package for Greece.
Take a look at some of Monday morning's early movers:
Slow progress on Greek debt and a looming EU summit sap risk appetite and lift the buck — it's time for your FX Fix.
Traders are digging for gold in Jaguar Mining.
Insight on how the decision out of Greece will move markets, with Chris Johnson, Johnson Research Group CEO/chief investment strategist and Boris Schlossberg, GFT Forex.
Jim Rogers, CEO and chairman of Rogers Holdings, said he would not buy Facebook as a stock because it would be too expensive.
No country will exit the euro zone this year but a solution to the debt crisis remains elusive, Jim Rogers, CEO and chairman at Rogers Holdings, told CNBC Monday.