As the stock market continues to struggle, many investors who bet on this year’s new issues are taking an outsized hit since nearly two-thirds of 2011s IPOs are below their initial offering price.
A look at Wednesday's market activity from the trading floor, with Joesph Greco, Meridian Equity Partners, Anthony Grisanti, GRZ Energy and Jim Iuorio, TJM Institutional Services.
Retail sales fell for the second straight month in August, and that means retailers must work harder to gain market share, two analysts told CNBC Wednesday.
Microsoft is unveiling its Windows 8 operating system ahead of its meeting with analysts Wednesday, but it is still trying to catch up to the wild popularity of Apple's iPad and Google's Android system, Brendan Barnicle told CNBC.
Adobe Systems is near its 52-week lows, but upside option action burned brightly yesterday.
If you want to shape up your investment portfolio, you may want to consider sports apparel retailers Foot Locker and Lululemon Athletica, two analysts told CNBC Tuesday.
Although the turmoil in Greece, France, Germany and the rest of the euro monetary bloc will steal attention in the days ahead, investors should avoid being distracted from other events taking place elsewhere around the globe, according to a report from TheStreet.
Analysts at Citigroup and UBS lowered their earnings estimates Monday for Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and other universal banks on expectations the barren landscape in the equity and credit markets would persist for several quarters.
If a recession occurs in the U.S., it will not hit that hard although the markets will continue to experience volatility stemming from a lack of confidence because of uncertainty in Europe and weak U.S. economic data, said Robert Doll, chief equity strategist for BlackRock.
There are "big holes in the market" for investors to sidestep, including financial, commodity, and health-care stocks, Laszlo Birinyi told CNBC Tuesday.
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U.S. technology company stocks are a port in the storm when the broader market is shaky and European stocks closed Monday at a two-year low.
Continued concerns about Europe, not the Obama jobs bill, are "still driving the bus" that is the U.S. stock market, Art Cashin told CNBC Monday.
With global equity markets facing turmoil and fixed income yields trading at 60-year lows, investors continue to pour capital into hedge funds, according to new data.
Yahoo shares surged Thursday after an activist investment hedge fund announced it had purchased a stake in the company and amid rumors that Yahoo's co-founder may be trying to buy back the company.
Tech stocks are trading at all-time low multiples and posting "terrific corporate profits" and "really strong" capital spending, said one analyst.
Add hedge funds to the list of asset classes now negative on the year. Hedge funds declined by more than 2 percent in August, according to new data from Hedge Fund Research.
Here is a look at the best and worst performing stocks since President Obama was sworn into office.
Steel, one of the most hated industries, is drawing attention on expectations President Obama's job-creation plan will boost infrastructure spending. TheStreet details a list of five highly rated steel companies cited in a research report about the steel industry.
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