Discussing debt issues in Europe, and its impact on U.S. markets, with Mark Tepper, Strategic Wealth Partners, and Peter Tuz, Chase Investment Counsel.
Italy and Greece's debt woes haven't gone away, yet U.S. crude oil prices are closing in on $100 a barrel, following the upward momentum in the euro and equities on cautious optimism over improved Italian and Greek bond spreads.
Normally, when a company like Starbucks makes an acquisition that takes into new territory I’m the first to say: “This is a sign the core business has matured—and going forward this will be a different business from the one investors bought.” But with Starbucks—I won’t.
Political change in Italy will hold market attention Friday in what could be an otherwise quiet day, with the U.S. bond market closed for Veteran’s Day.
Some things never change, and the analyst reactions to Green Mountain’s earnings debacle prove it.
The swirl around Italy's debt woes is likely to dominate markets Thursday, after the rapid rise in Italian borrowing costs sent risk assets cascading around the globe Wednesday.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer says investors should not panic over Wednesday's market sell-off , because the U.S. market is not Europe.
Fears that Italy, the world's third-largest debtor nation, cannot afford its obligations shook world markets, sending investors into the relative safety of the U.S. dollar and Treasurys.
Ahead of Wednesday's GOP debate, CNBC.com compiled a summary of the market performance since President Obama was elected and the time he was sworn in as the 44th President of the United States.
Fears that Italy, the world's third largest debtor nation, cannot afford its obligations shook world markets, sending investors into the relative safety of the U.S. dollar and Treasurys.
Focusing on companies with earnings growth at a reasonable price, a strong balance sheet and financial condition, and dividends.
Rumors that Apple is slowing production of its wildly popular iPhone 4s are "a total joke," Piper Jaffray's senior research analyst told CNBC Wednesday.
Financial markets will again be put to the test Wednesday by developments in Italy, which investors fear could drag down the world economy if it does not get its fiscal house in order soon.
Mad Money host and former hedge fund manager, Jim Cramer, provides stock traders with all manner of investing advice.
A year ago Qualcomm disclosed that the SEC was investigating its accounting after receiving a Whistleblower complaint. Since then, the story has all but disappeared. But the SEC hasn’t.
Individuals shouldn’t go into debt to buy stock. Neither should companies, even if it’s their own stock. Try telling that to corporate America, which is increasingly turning to debt to fund stock repurchases.
Material and industrial stocks are already showing early signs of growth in the U.S., making it a good time to consider buying their shares.
TheStreet has narrowed down the hundreds of bank stocks trading below $5 to five names with up to 100 percent upside implied by analysts' consensus price targets.
Corporations Tuesday were again taking advantage of historic low yields and a receptive bond market to issue bucket loads of new debt.