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Comparing the Legg Mason Value Trust Fund to the S&P through Thursday. The fund is up 355% over the last 20 years. But will investors still have faith in this fund once Bill Miller is gone? Todd Rosenbluth, S&P Capital IQ discusses.
Thursday marks the seventh anniversary of the announcement that Kmart would merge with Sears spacer. And as if like clockwork, it was yet another disappointing quarter, with management reminding us that it “not satisfied” with the results.
Some companies haven't had the luxury to make acquisitions since the financial crisis and instead have been using ventures and business line fire sales to stabilize bleeding operations.
Jefferies shares touched a 52-week low today, and if put activity is any indication, options traders see them going even lower.
With the recent run-up in oil prices, have some of the energy names gone too high?
If you think Europe is roiling currencies, just wait until investors focus on the deficit supercommittee's impasse.
A look at the safe havens and how investors can find value in today's volatile market, with Stephen Walsh, Western Asset Management CIO.
America’s finances are headed for a train wreck.
U.S. companies in cyclical and defensive industries could take the biggest earnings hits if Europe falls into recession.
Futures edged into positive territory after cutting their early losses Thursday following a handful of better-than-expected housing and employment news, but gains were limited amid ongoing concerns over the euro zone.
A trader is taking a downside option position in Darden Restaurants as its shares sit at some key technical levels.
Contagion fears rise in Europe and the British go shopping - it's time for your FX Fix.
The details of the deal being funded by the Virgin Group and WL Ross & Co. that has been in the works for 7-8 months, with Wilbur Ross, WL Ross & Co.
A look at the GDP and an economic forecast for the year to come, with James Bullard, St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank president/CEO, who says the decline in business and consumer confidence will not cause the U.S. economy to tumble because Europe is too far from the American household to prevent consumers from going about usual spending.
The crisis in Europe means tough times ahead for the British pound, this strategist says.
As this week progresses, Europe is increasingly serving as a counter weight to a growing stream of better U.S. economic news.
Discussing whether U.S. banks could take a big hit if Europe's debt crisis spreads, with David Goldman, Macrostrategy.com, and Jack Bouroudjian, Index Futures Group.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares his final thoughts of the day.
You say the name of a stock, and Mad Money's Jim Cramer tells you whether to buy or sell.
Pfizer may have a lower multiple than Celgene, says Mad Money's Cramer, but it also has much slower growth, which is why PFE is expensive at these levels, and CELG is dirt cheap versus its prospect.