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Wake up and smell what the Fed is cooking and lower the amount of your portfolio allocated to stocks.
I can’t tell you that today was bullish and gave us a terrific buying opportunity, nor can I say this week’s action was all negative.
Here's the context you need to be a little more clear-headed and a little less scared than you are.
With stock markets in the U.S. closed Wednesday, attention turns to global shares, which fall for a straight second session following Wall Street's sharp selloff; the NYSE and the Nasdaq are closed to honor former President George H.W. Bush; lawyers for CBS say the network can deny Les Moonves his $120 million severance, according to a report.
Concerns about future economic growth were worsened by a signal in the bond market that has foreshadowed recessions in the past.
Showing its age, the long bull market cycle of excess stock and bond returns is expected to finally wind down next year, but not before one last hurrah, according to BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research, which today issued its outlook for the global markets...
Matters of the heart are quickly becoming worries of the wallet, as 56 percent of Americans say they want a partner who provides financial security more than "head over heels" love (44 percent).
After lagging for months, Bank of America is starting to look 'bottomy'.
DB's shares hit another new low overnight.
It's time for Fed Chair Powell to put his regulatory hat on and stop this nonsense with firm enforcement.
A new report from Standard & Poor's shows that big U.S. banks often stand behind the shadowy, less-regulated lenders at the heart of the fast-growing, $1.3 trillion market for loans to companies with junky credit ratings.
Bank of America today announced a new brand positioning focused on the question, "What would you like the power to do?" The positioning reflects the impact clients and communities can have when they have the power to achieve their goals, and the company's...
Jim Cramer says perception is determining how stocks trade right now -- and there's a lot of negativity.
It's easy to see why Warren Buffett believes there is long-term value to be had in the banks.
Warren Buffett's big buys of Oracle and JPMorgan have those stocks jumping Thursday.
The Oracle invests in JPM, cuts back on airlines, and ups his AAPL stake.
First we talked, then we texted - what's next? Social media handles are becoming the new "digits," according to the latest Bank of America Trends in Consumer Mobility Report.
U.S. stock futures rise on Thursday, while shares in Europe tumble after the U.K. lawmaker tasked with leading Britain's exit negotiations with the European Union resigned; Cisco jumps after profit and sales top Wall Street estimates; Walmart, Nvidia report earnings; Warren Buffett buys $4 billion stake in JPMorgan.
Investors still fear missing out on a significant year-end rally, despite earnings that appear to be at peak levels and an economy that appears to have reached peak growth.
Here's what you need to know now for Wednesday, Nov. 14.
Jim Cramer says the Fed is overreacting and he isn't worried about oil prices. Here's your game plan for next week.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Bank of America, Leggett & Platt, Square, Integrated Device Technology, Cedar Fair and more.
Today Mastercard and Bank of America announced Arion Long, CEO and Founder of Femly, as the winner of the second annual Grow Your Biz Contest, which invited small business owners across the country to pitch how they plan to take their business to the next...
Need to quickly transfer money? You're probably using Venmo. But, how does Venmo make money? And is it safe?
But well before Apple reported its disappointing earnings, folks had gotten a bit too giddy about the rally.
Bank of America today announced the death of Terrence P. Laughlin, vice chairman and head of Global Wealth and Investment Management.
This earnings season could be full of surprises. Jim Cramer has your game plan for next week.
It's time for Facebook to follow in the footsteps of companies like Microsoft, Alphabet and Oracle in breaking up the CEO and chairman roles, according to a call by several large investors. In light of Facebook's very bad year, the proposal could actually gain some steam -- even though CEO Mark Zuckerberg controls 60% of voting shares.
A look at some of the major companies in the S&P 500 slated to report financial results in the early part of next week.
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