David Darst, independent investment consultant, weighs in on the selloff the market is experiencing and how investors should approach it.» Read More
Stocks ended mixed in thin, choppy session Thursday amid Greece's ongoing debt woes and ahead of the quadruple witching Friday.
More Greek drama: rapid price changes in a corner of the currency markets suggest banks are worried about an interbank lending freeze, absent a rescue plan for Greece.
Some of the biggest bargains in technology stocks have very familiar names, analysts told CNBC Thursday. Those names include AOL, Motorola, and Microsoft among others.
One reason for the market's late day weakness: Apple just crossed below its 200 day moving average ... $327 and change ... for the first time since April 2009 , when it was $116.
Larry Kantor, Barclays Capital says the market sell off is overblown but remains cautious.
Stocks fluctuated in thin trading Thursday as investors showed skepticism over Greece's ability to resolve their growing debt crisis and ahead of the quadruple witching at the end of the week.
While major several U.S. banks have exposure to Greece, there might be opportunities for investors in the financial sector despite the country's debt crisis, according to investment strategists.
Once again, there is considerable confusion over what will happen in Greece. We had a discussion on-air about whether U.S. investors should care about what happens with Greece. They should. Here's why:
When you have a country with a debt-to-GDP ratio that rises above 150%, historically that country defaults. I bring this up because the debt-to-GDP ratio in Greece is somewhere in the neighborhood of 160%.
On the heels of LinkedIn’s successful initial public offering, many of Silicon Valley’s biggest investors are throwing millions in seed capital at a handful of startups looking to cash in on something called “crowd commerce,” where everything and everyone has a price.
Oil is showing signs of an economic slowdown, says Daniel Dicker, independent oil trader.
Regardless of whether there is another Greek “save”, preventing the actual default that still seems inevitable, the fact remains that adding debt to try and solve a debt crisis is a moronic approach when your interest costs already exceed your tax revenues (as is currently the case in Greece).
Insight on the future of global risk and how Greek debt is weighing on markets, with Ted Virtue, MidOcean Partners CEO.
After a one-day relief rally, stocks resumed their decline yesterday. Although Tuesday's consumer-spending report beat expectations, it marked the first year-over-year monthly decline since June 2010, as higher gasoline and food prices weighed on Americans....a report from TheStreet.
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Yes, the euro is struggling and Greece is a mess. Still. Time to look elsewhere for a fresh trading idea.
Shares of investment banks Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley have underperformed in 2011 as investors worry about the future of their traditional business models amid a regulatory environment that seeks to reign in risky trading practices ... a report from TheStreet.
Stocks traded higher Thursday after a handful of mixed economic news and as investors snapped up beaten-down stocks following a selloff in the previous session over Greece's growing debt worries.
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