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Do you know what kind of investor you are? Brian Weinstein, head of global fixed income at Morgan Stanley Investment Management, sat down with TheStreet to discuss active vs. passive investing.
Actions speak louder than words. Here are the stocks insiders are buying and selling right now.
Investment funds managed by Morgan Stanley Capital Partners ("MSCP"), the Private Equity team within Morgan Stanley Investment Management, announced today that they have completed an investment in Clarity Software Solutions ("Clarity" or the "Company").
The Alternative Investment Partners Private Markets Team ("AIP Private Markets"), an investment team within Morgan Stanley Investment Management, today announced the final close of two investment funds and related separate accounts, with aggregate capital...
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon says he doesn't worry about the ups and downs of financial markets. Yet the bank's trading business, Wall Street's biggest, has proved remarkably consistent -- and resilient.
Morgan Stanley has announced the appointment of 145 Managing Directors. The new Managing Directors are: Jaehoon Ahn Usman Akram Ashwin Anand Aidan Armstrong Zviad Ashvil Joshua Attie Josh Balik-Klein Alexandre Bartolin Robert Bassman Gwen Billon Thomas...
Numbers from Halliburton, IBM, Johnson & Johnson, Stanley Black & Decker and Travelers could tell us where stocks go from here.
Morgan Stanley Global Sports & Entertainment (GSE), a division of Morgan Stanley Wealth Management dedicated to serving the unique and sophisticated needs of professional athletes and entertainers, today announced its exclusive partnership with the 70th...
Jim Cramer talks about how this market is taking its cues from the positives, and shrugging off the negatives.
Here's what you need to know on TheStreet.
So far 2019 is proving to be a year where things have a habit of working out right.
Morgan Stanley reports earnings per share of 80 cents in the fourth quarter, below analysts' forecasts of 89 cents.
Banks' quarterly reports mean quarterly grades are due.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average trades higher Thursday for the third straight session.
Jim discusses Johnson & Johnson's announced research study with Apple, provides his take on bank earnings, and let's you know what he'll be watching in the week ahead!
Jim Cramer breaks down the top headlines on Thursday.
If you are investing in individual stocks you have to do individual research. It's that simple.
By any definition we are in an uptrend, but the character of a market can shift.
It's time to tackle Thursday with Jim Cramer.
Morgan Stanley shares fell sharply lower in pre-market trading Thursday after the bank posted weaker-than-expected fourth question earnings that looked out of step with sector profits from peers that have taken U.S. stocks to their highest levels in more than a month.
This shutdown is starting to feel different from those that we have experienced in the past, is it not?
A retest of the recent lows in the major indices after their recent big run likely won't happen any time soon, but there could be a substantial drop before support occurs.
U.S. stock futures fall and global shares decline amid renewed concerns over the fate of U.S.-China trade talks; a report says China-based Huawei, the world's biggest telecommunications equipment maker, is being investigated for allegedly stealing trade secrets from American businesses; Taiwan Semiconductor says first-quarter revenue will fall 14%; Netflix and Morgan Stanley report earnings.
Global stocks edged lower Thursday, pulling U.S. equity futures into the red, as concerns over the fate of U.S. China trade talks offset stronger-than-expected banking sector earnings that helped lift the S&P 500 to a one-month high as it claws back more than half of its losses from the second half of last year.
Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) today reported net revenues of $8.5 billion 1 for the fourth quarter ended December 31, 2018 compared with $9.
Citi overcame a mixed print to send its stock surging on Monday.
If one is betting on a sustained surge from Citi, bigger banks could be bullish bets.
Besides being balance sheet sound, JPM stands atop the pile in terms of profit margin, PEG Ratios, and price to book ratio.
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