Stocks Stock Buybacks

  • Apple Finally Opens Its Bank Vault

    Brian White, Topeka Capital Markets analyst, breaks down the tech company's better-than-expected second quarter; and discusses Apple's plans to raise its dividend by 15 percent and buy back $60 billion in stock.

  • Apple's Turnaround Includes Buybacks & Dividends

    John Bright, Avondale Partners, discusses the tech giant's better-than-expected second quarter earnings and plans to unlock more cash for investors.

  • Apple Needs New Innovation: Expert

    Tom Forte, senior research analyst at Telsey Advisory Group, says innovation is what drives Apple's shares higher and that the buyback program will only help the stock on a short-term basis.

  • The Beauty of Apple's Buyback

    John Buckingham, CIO & Chief Portfolio Manager at Al Frank Asset Management, says Apple will continue to generate the money to pay for its share buyback without dramatically eating into its cash pile.

  • Earnings Per Share Will Rise Even More: Expert

    Brian Reynolds, chief market strategist at Rosenblatt Securities, tells CNBC that earnings per share have out-paced revenues in the last few earnings seasons because of corporate buybacks and says they should accelerate this year.

  • Banks' Balance Sheets 'Healthy': Analyst

    Jason Goldberg, Barclays analyst, discusses JPMorgan's London Whale report and the results of the Fed's stress test for banks.

  • Big Banks Capital Plan Scorecard

    CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports which banks got their capital plans approved by the Fed, and which banks got rejected.

  • Market Awaits Bank Capital Plans

    CNBC's Kayla Tausche provides a preview of the likely outcome from the Fed's stress tests for banks.

  • How Will Banks Spend Their Cash?

    Jeffery Harte, Sandler O'Neill; and David Trone, JMP Securities, discuss whether investors are likely to see banks up their dividends and share buybacks after the Fed releases its latest round of stress test results after the closing bell.

  • General Electric's Conference Call

    General Electric is at a 52-week high, reports CNBC's Mary Thompson. General Electric executives are taking questions in regards to the sale of NBCUniversal to Comcast.

  • Buy Banks on Dips, Accumulate Positions: Analyst

    Todd Hagerman, Sterne Agee analyst, explains why he upgraded Citi and JPMorgan from "neutral" to "buy."

  • Fast Money Web Extra: Last Day For Dividend Announcements

    The Fast Money crew offers special CNBC.com-only advice on your investments.

  • Insiders Selling Because of Higher Tax Threat?

    A new report from Insider Score says there's been a strong sell bias within the consumer discretionary. Ben Silverman, InsiderScore.com director of research, offers insight; and CNBC's Melissa Lee also clarifies comments made on "Squawk on the Street" earlier today regarding the Berkshire Hathaway buyback.

  • Kaminsky: Call Buffett Out on Buyback

    CNBC's Gary Kaminsky reveals what he finds so upsetting about Warren Buffett buying back shares of Berkshire Hathaway.

  • Tausche on Ingersoll-Rand Spin Off

    CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports Ingersoll-Rand is preparing to spin off its security technology business, and to boost its buyback and dividend.

  • European Markets Close Off Highs

    CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports Spain formally requested an EU bailout for its banks; and an update on the Greek debt buyback plan, with CNBC's Silvia Wadhwa. Also, an update on U.S. markets, with CNBC's Bob Pisani.

  • Hedge Funds Chase Greek Debt

    Hans Humes, Greylock Capital CEO, explains how to make money in Greece's bond buyback program.

  • Baum: The Real Cost of the 'Fiscal Cliff'

    Investors are bracing for companies to ramp up purchases of their own shares in response to expected tax changes in the new year, despite growing criticism of buybacks, the New York Times reports.

  • Privatizing Greece, Slowly but Not Surely

    Greece has hired Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley to conduct a voluntary buy back of its debt, a senior finance ministry official told Reuters.

  • US Companies Are Playing a Dangerous Game: SocGen’s Albert Edwards

    Data pointing to promising levels of bank lending and money supply in the United States, which have been touted as signs of a recovery, should be treated with caution according to Albert Edwards, strategist at Societe General.