Treasury yields moved to their highest level in three-months Wednesday, as selling hit the bonds sought as the safest haven just a month ago.
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A big chunk of new central bank reserves are dollars, and this strategist sees implications for the euro.
Facebook's 26 percent slide from its initial offering price may have investors who got in on the ground floor feeling resentful, but some fund managers are eager to see shares dip even further.
Discount retailer Target hit the bull's-eye with its better-than-expected earnings report and subsequent stock rise on Wednesday. One analyst thinks the discount retailer still has room to run.
Last spring Dunkin' Donuts launched a campaign in South Korea known as Flavor Radio to build brand awareness for their coffee. Devices that looked and operated like air fresheners were installed on commuter buses in Seoul to lure in customers to their stores.
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Inflation at the retail level showed no change for a second month in July, even as the Midwest drought threatens to send food prices higher in coming months.
The U.S. may have committed a strategic error in not recognizing Turkey as a geographic bridge and trade center earlier.
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Greek and other heavily-indebted euro zone countries' banks are staying afloat thanks to a system which creates a circular flow of cash not unlike a Ponzi scheme, analysts told CNBC on Wednesday.
A hike in the consumption tax will send the yen lower, this strategist says.
With the explosive growth in the number of exchange-traded funds being created, the number that have failed is rising, too.
A new round of 13-f’s reveals the moves some of the biggest investors are making; the NY Times gets a new CEO and NPD says restaurant traffic is stalling.
Consumer inflation should show just a tiny pickup in July, even as the Midwest drought raises the prospect of food inflation in months to come.
Hedge fund giant Leon Cooperman pulled back large stakes he had in some of America's biggest banks and took a big position in energy exploration in the second quarter, according to his latest regulatory findings.
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Although U.S. retail sales posted strong gains Tuesday on the heels of Home Depot's better-than-expected quarterly profit, one analyst forecast a tougher spending environment in the second half of the year.
The home you buy today may help finance your life in Paris. I rent my home in California and it pays for my living expenses.
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