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    Even during his most frenzied days, when Congress is demanding answers or the president himself is calling, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner makes time to talk to a select group of powerful Wall Street bankers.

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    Third-quarter earnings got off to a positive start with Alcoa's surprising profit, but investors will be watching corporate results closely to see if they justify a continued stock market rally.

  • Investors are eager for signs that the economic recovery is underway - and after hours it seems Alcoa delivered.

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    As Wall Street contemplates whether to rally or retreat, third-quarter earnings could be what settles the debate.

  • For the second day in a row, investors barreled into stocks as a weaker dollar drove commodity prices higher.

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    Plus, the Mad Money host makes a call on medical stocks and tells viewers what is driving this market.

  • Considering gold hit an all time high on Tuesday surging above $1,040 per ounce, how should you game this precious metal, now?

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    Stanford University is holding a garage sale. Not the desks-and-chairs kind. Instead, Stanford is selling stakes in funds run by the biggest names in private equity at deeply discounted prices.

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    US Banker just released its list of the Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking.  Does having high powered talent translate into shareholder value?  We took a look at the companies that these women work for to see how they perform relative to the industry.

  • Stocks rebounded Monday as investors' waning enthusiasm got a jolt from a report that showed the services sector has begun to expand. Plus, there was some bargain hunting after the market's two-week decline.

  • Stocks rebounded Monday as investors' waning enthusiasm got a jolt from a report that showed the services sector has begun to expand. Plus, there was some bargain hunting after the market's two-week decline.

  • This week’s a very important week technically for the markets, said Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3live.com. He told investors what they should be watching out for throughout the week.

  • Stocks advanced Monday after a better-than-expected reading on the service sector. Plus, investors did some bargain hunting after a two-week decline.

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    With carbon cap-and-trade legislation before Congress and increasing pressure from shareholders, US companies know they’ll have to deal with their greenhouse gas emissions, or carbon footprint, and many are jumping the gun to change their carbon liability into an asset.

  • US stock index futures pointed higher Monday after two tough weeks for Wall Street.

  • Stocks fell for the fourth straight day on Friday as weak jobs data revived worries about the strength of the recovery.

  • Financials have been one of the best performers in the third quarter, but what lies ahead for bank stocks in the fourth quarter? Anton Schutz, president of Mendon Capital, shared his sector views.

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    Bank of America board members Chad Gifford and William Boardman are at the top of list to replace CEO Ken Lewis for an interim term of about one year, sources close to the situation told CNBC.

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    Warren Buffett's warrants to buy almost 135 million General Electric common shares are still worthless, as they have been for almost the entire time since Berkshire Hathaway's $3 billion investment in the company was announced exactly one year ago today.  That's in sharp contrast to Buffett's Goldman Sachs warrants, now worth about $3 billion.  But the primary motivation for both deals, a 10 percent annual return on a total of $8 billion in loans to the two company, is still paying off handsomely.

  • A new quarter begins with the markets in good shape. Still, the wall of worry never goes away. Big leadership stocks like Apple, Google, Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan, are struggling to hold on to their upper ranges.