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Morgan Stanley's Top Growth Stocks Are Mostly - Surprise! - Clients

Fifteen years after Eliot Spitzer went after Wall Street, the coincidence of high research ratings and banking relationships is still with us.

Fed Never Came Close to Rate Hike in September

Minutes of September's meeting show worries about too- low inflation, slack labor markets and how China and a strong dollar might hurt exports. That can't all be corrected by year-end.

Pure Storage Opens Below $17 IPO Price -- Time to Buy?

Pure Storage's IPO isn't exactly the coronation the company and CEO Scott Dietzen may have been expecting. But that could create an opportunity for investors.

Dismal Jobs Report May Push Rate Hike Into Next Year

Friday's disappointing jobs report suggested the U.S. economy is not as robust as many were hoping, and gives the Fed even more reason to hold off on a rate increase.

Carl Icahn Is Wrong: There's No Debt Crisis Looming

For all the hoo-ha about Glencore and Petrobras, defaults are half the historical average. That means no bust is coming, and the Fed's eventual move will calm the waters

Why the Rate Hike -- Whenever It Comes -- Will Be a Buy Signal

Whenever the Federal Reserve decides to raise interest rates, U.S. stocks are going to move higher. Maybe not right away, but soon enough.

Retail Sales Give Fed Little Reason to Raise Interest Rates

August's retail sales report is pretty good news for the economy -- but likely not enough to prompt the Federal Reserve to hike interest rates this week.

Jobs Growth Is Weak but Will Fed Still Raise Rates?

Job growth was unexpectedly weak in August, raising more questions about whether the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates later this month.

The Market May Be Nuts, but the Economy Is Fine

The worries driving the volatility don't matter much -- retail investors can outsmart hedge funds that are outsmarting themselves.

Warren Buffett Turns 85: What He Wants in a Successor

There will never be another Warren Buffett. But there will eventually be another chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, which Buffett says is 'ideally positioned' for life after his departure.

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