U.S. equities look attractive and have further upside, especially with global debt at negative yield, says TJM Institutional Services' Jim Luorio.
Ringing in today's opening bell are Scott Carmilani, CEO of Allied World, at the NYSE; and Bruno del Ama, co-founder and CEO of Global X Funds, and Kyle Chudom, wealth management at Morgan Stanley, at the Nasdaq.
Which stocks will lead the way if the Nasdaq Composite posts a new high before the month is out?
Today's bell ringers are Jung-ho Shin, Chief Global Officer of Line Corporation, at the NYSE; and Jeffrey Bacha, Chairman & CEO of Delmar Pharmaceuticals, at the Nasdaq.
Ringing today's opening bell are Jung-ho Shin, Chief Global Officer of Line Corporation, at the NYSE; and Jeffrey Bacha, Chairman & CEO of Delmar Pharmaceuticals, at the Nasdaq.
Today's bell ringers are Ken Powell, General Mills Chairman & CEO, at the NYSE; and Jerre Stead, IHS Markit Chairman & CEO at the Nasdaq.
Ringing today's opening bell is Ken Powell, General Mills Chairman & CEO, at the NYSE; and Jerre Stead, IHS Markit Chairman & CEO at the Nasdaq.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs discusses the Nasdaq Composite rally and what it may take for Nasdaq to break even for the year.
With Juno shares down more than 30 percent after the FDA puts clinical trials on hold, CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports the latest from the Nasdaq.
It’s been one year to the day when that glitch froze trading at the New York Stock Exchange for nearly four hours. CNBC’s Bob Pisani has the latest on what changes have been made.
NEW YORK, July 5- A judge for the Securities and Exchange Commission opened the door for U.S. exchanges to charge more for their high-speed data products, a move that could reduce the number of high-frequency trading firms that trade large quantities of securities. Brenda Murray, chief administrative law judge for the SEC, last month rejected a petition by a...
NEW YORK, June 29- A U.S. judge dismissed a long-simmering legal battle over the cost of market data that is used by brokerages and high-speed trading firms, in a victory for the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq. The NYSE, a unit of Intercontinental Exchange Inc; Nasdaq and Bats Global Markets charge fees for the data, with NYSE Arca's "ArcaBook" and Nasdaq's "Level 2"...
NEW YORK, June 29- Investors Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss on Wednesday filed to switch the listing of their proposed bitcoin exchange-traded fund to BATS Global Markets from Nasdaq, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The proposed ETF, the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust, will list 1 million shares at $65 each, according to the filing.
NEW YORK, June 29- A U.S. judge dismissed a. The NYSE, a unit of Intercontinental Exchange Inc; Nasdaq and Bats Global Markets charge fees for the data, with NYSE Arca's "ArcaBook" and Nasdaq's "Level 2" products at the heart of the issue. Administrative law judge Brenda Murray of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission found significant competitive forces...
Volume on U.S. exchanges Friday totaled 15.3 billion, the highest since August 2011, according to Bats Global Markets, with Britain's vote to leave the European Union also rattling investors. A final list of the changes also is due to be released on Monday, but Wall Street analysts said preliminary lists of the changes showed that in the Russell 2000 small company...
*Futures on Wall St's VIX fear gauge jump. SAN FRANCISCO, June 24- Futures on the S&P 500 and Nasdaq plummeted 5 percent early on Friday and triggered overnight circuit breakers after Britain's vote to quit the European Union catapulted global markets into turmoil. Britain's FTSE 100 stock index slumped 7 percent in early trade.
June 23- S&P 500 and Nasdaq E-mini futures plummeted as much as 5 percent early on Friday, triggering overnight circuit breakers as global markets reeled from Britain's vote to quit the European Union. The drastic drops in U.S. stock index futures prices suggest Wall Street will open with steep losses later in the day as the historic referendum sent investors...
Today's bell ringers are Jeff Lawson, Twilio CEO celebrating its IPO at the NYSE, and Stamatis Tsantanis, SeaEnergy Maritime Holding, and Evan Breitbart, company sponsor at the Nasdaq.
Among today's bell ringers are David Miller and Matthew Tuttle of Strategy Shares at the NYSE, and Andy Subramanian, First Trust and Michael Jone, Riverfront Investment Group at the Nasdaq.
NEW YORK, June 17- The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has granted the hotly debated request by alternative trading group IEX Group Inc to launch a new U.S. public stock exchange, a move likely to intensify arguments over current market structure. Other exchanges, including Nasdaq, the New York Stock Exchange and BATS Global Markets, have vigorously...