Joshua Crabb, head of Asian equities at Old Mutual Global Investors, says one of the main investment themes for 2016 will be the base effect of cheap assets in Asia.» Read More
Stocks have rallied in recent days on hopes that European Union leaders and policy-makers are close to an agreement that would significantly increase the firepower of the European Financial Stability Fund (EFSF)-- essentially the euro zone's rescue fund for troubled member states -- so that it can help deal with the zone's long-simmering debt crisis.
Weighing in on how much exposure his firm has in Europe and why he has changed the positions in the company's portfolio, with Joe Dear, CalPERS chief investment officer.
Equities are an "attractive" option for investors willing to be patient and prepared to invest for at least three years, Neel Kashkari, head of global investment equities at PIMCO told CNBC.
Noting really came out of operation twist, according to Doug Roberts, Channel Capital Research founder/chief investment strategist, who says at this point depending on economic numbers, QE3 might stabilize stock prices but probably not ease the economy.
Fear of another downturn in the world economy lurks behind the smiles and relaxed atmosphere; the Czech Republic is heavily reliant on exports to the euro zone, especially Germany, for its economic growth.
Martin Tlapa, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic told CNBC.com in an interview in Prague that the "safe haven" label looks rather scary for a small, open economy that needs a stable exchange rate to function properly.
The stock market's three-day rally is at risk of tripping up on new hurdles from Europe.
To come out ahead in a choppy market, investors should avoid piling into cash and focus instead of valuation, one strategist told CNBC.
You say the name of a stock, and Mad Money's Jim Cramer tells you whether to buy or sell.
Insight into what's next for gold, with Mad Money host Jim Cramer. "When you see a bearish engulfing pattern, it typically indicates that there are bad times ahed," says Cramer.
Unusual options activity today in a single stock of a Florida financial company preceded news reports of a trading halt and an FBI raid. The stock is Imperial Holdings, a company that went public in February of this year.
Joel Greenblatt's "magic formula" for investing is to buy shares of good companies that are very cheap right now.
The Fast Money crew offers special CNBC.com-only advice on your investments.
The Fast Money traders share their final trades of the day.
We're nearing the bottom in copper, says Jeff Hirsch, Trader's Almanac, but we're not there yet.
The Fast Money traders take a look at today's biggest market movers.
Dissecting the day's major business news, with the Fast Money traders. Dennis Gartman, of the Gartman Letter, weighs in.
Stocks posted a three-day gain Tuesday, but lost steam in the final hour of trading, after a report that the euro zone became divided over terms of Greece's second bailout.
Details behind the "magic formula," and whether buying stocks that look the cheapest based on yield can continue this momentum, with Joel Greenblatt, Gotham Capital founder.
Amazon, Apple and Oracle should offer investors some relief from the gathering economic gloom over the next few months, say analysts, pointing to the companies' downturn-busting credentials, according to a report from TheStreet.