BlackRock chairman & CEO Larry Fink reacts to the Federal Reserve's bank stress tests results. "The U.S. economy is ready to be launched," he says.
Brazil's economy promises to expand and infrastructure stocks should see more interest as the country gets ready for 2014 World Cup.
More than 200 companies have signed on to a supporting brief calling for the Supreme Court to overturn part of the Defense of Marriage Act. The NYT reports.
It’s time for the Lightning Round. Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
Based on a proprietary algorithm from Chartlab Pro, here are the 10 most overbought stocks in the market right now.
Interest rates pose the single biggest risk to the bond market, and one top bond fund manager said long bonds will be hardest hit.
A few stocks still offer opportunity, TheStreet CIO Stephanie Link says.
Take a look at some of Tuesday's midday movers:
As fears recede about a dreaded hard landing in China, investors have been pouring money back into emerging markets exchange traded funds in the past few months.
Exchange-traded funds are the most important development for investors — and the fund industry — in decades.
In total RBS, Barclays and UBS will pay nearly $3 billion in fines stemming from the multi-year practice of artificially suppressing these benchmark interest rates, a practice that spanned the financial crisis and beyond.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Two U.S. pension funds filed a lawsuit against BlackRock, alleging that the world's biggest asset manager had "looted" securities-lending revenues from iShares exchange-traded funds investors, and breached its fiduciary duties.
The game may soon be up for banks that have made themselves look healthier by understating how risky their businesses are, which should help pension funds, savers and companies to decide which institutions to invest in.
Some of banking's best-known names are still trading at very attractive valuations to book value and earnings estimates, TheStreet.com says.
Take a look at some of Monday's midday movers:
BlackRock has taken an $80 million stake in Twitter, a person with knowledge of the deal said. BlackRock will buy shares directly from early Twitter employees seeking to liquidate their stock holdings and options.
The so-called Troubled Asset Relief Program has neared the end of the road. And its key architects have moved on.
Bob Shearer, Blackrock's lead portfolio manager for the firm's equity dividend fund tells CNBC which stocks are his favorites when it comes to dividends.
BlackRock CEO Larry Fink told told CNBC's "Closing Bell" Thursday that company's fourth-quarter earnings were helped by investors shifting money into exchange-traded funds.