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  • Don’t get too excited over Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke’s press conference on Wednesday, said David Zervos, head of global fixed income strategy at Jefferies.

  • The Name Game

    CNBC's Kayla Tausche has the story on the bidding war for the NYSE Euronext and the pitches for what to call the new exchange.

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    General Electric, the world's largest conglomerate with products ranging from light bulbs to turbines, has been rocked by controversies and dogged by slow growth during the tenure of Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Immelt, dividing investors on whether the company's stock is a buy or sell. ...A report from TheStreet.

  • U.S. Economic Outlook

    David Goldman, Asteri Capital, and Ned Riley, Riley Asset Management, discuss whether the great earnings reports this week are saying something about the economy.

  • Don't Panic Over Corrections

    Mad Money host Jim Cramer discusses the "Correction," where the market's been going along swimmingly and gets crushed. Do not be surprised. It's what happens when the market goes too far too fast. So build it in to your expectations. Also, what the heck is execution?

  • The Final Trade

    CNBC's Simon Hobbs and the Fast Money traders discuss the stocks they'll be watching heading into next week.

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    Apple giving earnings guidance is a little like betting against a fast-moving stock: It’s senseless.

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    The excitement every quarter when Apple beats by a landslide can be summed up in one word...

  • Traders at the New York Stock Exchange

    NYSE Euronext  Chairman Duncan Niderauer again blasted Nasdaq's and Intercontinental Exchange's newest offer for the stock exchange company Wednesday.

  • PIMCO filed today with the SEC to launch an actively managed version of its popular Total Return Fund, the biggest and most popular bond fund in the world.

  • Bullish traders are snapping up calls in Discovery Communications ahead of the media company's earnings report next week.

  • Critics assailed earlier warnings as having been written by people who in, in some way, are biased in favor of the traditional mutual fund industry. But now several warnings are coming back-to-back-to-back that can't be ignored.

  • All eyes are on corporate earnings this week as 20 percent of all U.S. publicly traded companies report quarterly results. Bespoke Investment Group co-founder Paul Hickey looked at 2,240 stocks and found just nine stocks that have gone up every time earnings day has rolled around.

  • Tired of skyhigh ticket prices? Irish airline Ryanair bets you are, and it's prepared — get this — to let you fly the skies for free, Ken Fisher, founder of Fisher Investments, told CNBC Tuesday.

  • A study by a few accounting professors at the University of Michigan shows that analyst reports for companies whose 10-Ks are hard to read might be more informative, but they're associated with “greater dispersion, lower accuracy, and greater overall uncertainty in earnings forecasts.”

  • To see two analysts downgrade shares Gap today makes you wonder what they know and investors don’t. Or, based on the performance of Gap’s stock, what investors knew and the analysts didn’t — until now?

  • Biotechs are addicted to capital like "crack addicts are addicted to crack," because of the $1 billion-plus price tag that it takes to bring a drug to market, Gregory Brown, founder and managing director of Cowen Healthcare Royalty Partners, told CNBC Monday.

  • Traders work in the ten-year U.S. Treasury Note options pit at the Chicago Board of Trade in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.

    The market’s so-called fear indicator is not always a good predictor of where the market is headed. But futures on the CBOE Volatility Index can often say a lot about where the VIX itself is headed, says Randy Frederick, director of trading and derivatives at Charles Schwab.

  • Although Citigroup posted a quarterly profit narrowly beating Wall Street forecasts Monday, Anthony Polini, equity analyst at Raymond James, is bullish on the stock.

  • Standard & Poor's downgrade of its outlook on the US to negative will have no effect on investing strategy, Rubino Financial President Michael Rubino told CNBC Monday.