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Remember the European banking crisis? Well, where is it now?
Bank of England's Carney gives indications repercussions weren't as bad as expected.
On Thursday, July 28, Alphabet, Amazon and Credit Suisse are scheduled to report quarterly results.
A slew of corporate earnings and closely watched Federal Reserve meeting are in focus for the week of July 25.
News conference by ECB's Draghi doesn't inspire confidence for European investors.
That's because central bankers and their inept monetary policies have set up precious metals for a run.
Their sole focus is the U.S. market and their earnings are rising.
A longer-term bullish divergence might eventually set the stage for a recovery.
European commercial banks get dangerously close to their post-financial crisis market caps.
Europe's financial firms aren't tanking in a vacuum.
The central bank is telling us that any eventual move upward in rates will be 'gradual.'
We see protection/fear bets creeping in, and today's price action is a bit discouraging.
The triangle-like or rectangle-like pattern of prices since February suggests a downside price target near $10.
Social media chatter on Wall Street ranged from new forms of so-called 'thematic ETFs' to spiking volatility.
Jim Cramer is bullish on shares of Whole Foods Market and says the grocery chain is much more competitive.
Peter Boockvar's commentary this morning circles the wagon on small-business sentiment-- with Main Street getting whacked twice. He also checks out China, Europe and more: "The National Federation of Independent Business small-business optimism inde...
U.S. stocks rose on Tuesday as oil prices inched higher, as Canadian wildfires interrupted production.
Sell a Financial Select Sector SPDR put spread on the view the tide may be turning for U.S. financials.
I like the sector for the long term, but 2016 looks problematic.
U.S. stocks kicked off Monday's session to the upside, despite fluctuating oil prices.
I recently withdrew all nine bank stocks from my "Best Long Ideas" list and sold off all 13 of my bank longs in the face of a deteriorating outlook for the industry's profits. And over the weekend, I reviewed my earnings projections for the sector a...
Credit Suisse has problems, but there also doughnuts and puppies to be considered.
In a special call with analysts, the Swiss bank announced updates to it strategy, which include exiting activities in distressed credit.
Bad fundamental news today for Credit Suisse (CS), Deutsche Bank (DB) and UBS (UBS) might to be unexpected, but should weigh on financials today. (Click here, here and here for a rundown of what the three banks are facing.) I recently jettisoned my ...
After the best start to March in history for the S&P 500 on Tuesday, the markets opened slightly lower on Wednesday following a decline in oil prices.