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Don't expect Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen to hike rates until 2016, said Dr. Srinivas Thiruvadanthai, Director of Research for the Jerome Levy Forecasting Center.
Sound operating results during the fourth quarter helped Diebold increase revenue by nearly 10% on a constant currency basis, said the company's CEO Andy Mattes.
2015 is a pre-election year, the strongest of the 4-year cycle for stocks, but also the seventh year of the President’s term, which historically hasn't been as strong.
Investors should focus on generating enough replacement income in retirement to last a lifetime rather than on one big nest-egg number.
The emerging market consumption theme is clearly on display in India and the EGShares India Consumer ETF (INCO) offers a direct way to take advantage of it.
Associated Banc-Corp is seeing huge loan growth in multi-family housing and commercial real estate in the Midwest despite low rates weighing on its ability to generate deposits.
American Express is going through a difficult period in the wake of a legal case loss and the breakup with Costco, but it remains a superb financial company.
The Vanguard Health Care ETF (VHT) will continue its terrific run because it employs a healthy mix of big-cap pharma and biotech.
Yahoo! shares are more than a bargain once the Alibaba and Yahoo! Japan stakes are shorted out, said Josh Strauss, portfolio manager for the Appleseed Fund.
Rising consumer confidence can be seen nightly at the circus, as well as in Wall Street's monthly data, said Nicole Feld, Executive Vice President of Feld Entertainment.