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Tucked inside the UBS downgrade of Moody's was this little nugget: "UBS Evidence Lab Survey suggest C-suite executives in the U.S. intend to borrow less over the next 12 months, turning their focus to debt pay-down and other uses of capital." Whil...
Plus, semiconductor equipment manufacturers heat up while stock market volume isn't what it seems.
First Credit-rating agency Moody's Investors Service, a division of Moody's Corp. , downgraded New York City's $38.7 billion debt to Aa2 from Aa1 citing "substantial financial challenges" faced by the city in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. And ...
In the search for high-quality dividend stocks, investors might take their cues from legendary value investor Warren Buffett.
Deutsche is looking to drop the "bad bank" moniker with big moves on Monday.
Why does it always make me feel uncomfortable when my plan diverges from Warren Buffett's?
The volatility seen across global stock markets in recent weeks illustrates the important role dividend stocks play in a portfolio.
Some of the recent money that just piled into equities in January has already headed for the exits.
It's hard to understand the magnitude of the change.
Powell is an independent thinker, and in fact could be just what the doctor ordered.
Moody's outlook changes to negative from stable, according to S&P!
Moody's announced that it is facing an investigation by the Justice Department into its residential mortgage-backed securities ratings.
M&A news is dominating the market, with three potential deals reportedly in the works.
The market looks like it is going to open pretty flat today based on current pre-market future levels. General Electric will not be a tailwind after the giant industrial concern trimmed its forward revenue forecast due to an anemic global demand pic...
MCO could decline to the $80 level before we would expect some support to develop.
Ongoing investigations and litigation related to the global financial crisis potentially pose a significant risk to earnings for big banks, according to a report from Moody's.
Jim Cramer said he's 'thrilled' about Twitter's (TWTR) appointment of Jack Dorsey and CEO, saying he can end the turmoil at the micro-blogging site.
Coronado's Collapse, BlackBerry's Bad Ad, Bank Earnings Brouhaha, Stanley's Presumption and Dagong Show highlight Gregg Greenberg's list.
Twitter's Twits, Carl's Compulsion, Boeing's Bungle, Bye Bye Ballmer and Shutdown Stupidity highlight Gregg Greenberg's weekly Dumbest list.