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Shares tumble after ISM disappoints, NCC slashes its dividend and BOA downgrades chips.
After a year of huge losses, financials and housing are the big winners on the last day of '07. Joe Capone weighs in.
Stocks pared losses but were still mired in the red Monday afternoon as relatively benign housing data did little to entice buyers on the final trading day of a rocky year.
Shares stumble on the final day of 2007 as traders sell losers for tax purposes and are reminded the subprime saga isn't over yet.
The electronics retailer is picking up on a new trend that lets it keep its gift card revenue, even for cards that go unused. Farnoosh Torabi and Aaron Task report.
James 'Rev Shark' De Porre and Teddy Weisberg spy opportunities in beaten-down stocks as '07 comes to a close.
Stocks were volatile in a low-volume session Friday and ultimately closed flat as weak housing data ran up against positive headlines out of the financial sector.
Veteran trader Teddy Weisberg says Fed easing is a positive but geopolitics and a slowing U.S. economy will restrain stocks in 2008.
TSC's Scott Moritz was first with the news about Apple's new MacBook, which is shaping up to be the 'must have' tech item of 2008. Plus, can Amazon.com compete in music?
The latest 'Grand Theft' installment and EA's 'Spore' top gamers' most wanted list for '08, says Priya Ganapati.