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Market investors are getting more nervous as the deadline approaches for politicians to get a deal done.
Jim Cramer expects that bad company earnings will be blamed on the government shutdown.
Talks in Washington will happen after today's market close. Cuttone's Keith Bliss warns that no deal could hurt tomorrow's market open.
Stocks are not selling off as severely as expected says Greywolf technician Mark Newton.
When I saw that last-minute close yesterday I wanted to scream, 'What do you know that the rest of us don't?'
Jim Cramer thinks a Twitter IPO will do well since consumers and advertisers both like the product.
Ben Willis of Albert Fried says history shows that shutdowns are eventually good for the stock market.
Stocks are higher, but on light volume as the market watches Washington. Jason Weisberg of Seaport Securities worries about market malaise.
Political squabbling in Washington has created an atmosphere of uncertainty. Alan Valdes, DME Securities, sees this as a buying opportunity.
Losing Larry, Option Outage, Not Berry Smart, Joe's Junk Sale and Howard Holsters Mouth highlight Gregg Greenberg's dumbest list this week.
Stocks are treading water waiting for Washington to act says Keith Bliss of Cuttone. Microsoft didn't wait to raise its dividend.
Briggs & Stratton CEO Todd Teske is proud to be an American company that is an exporter of goods. Summer is improving for the company, too.
Keith Bliss of Cuttone warns market watchers that September will be a volatile month and he has positioned himself defensively.
PowerSecure CEO Sidney Hinton believes joining the NYSE says they have 'hit the big time'. The move gets them closer to their customers.
Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney is trying to keep the focus on reforming Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Stocks are on shaky ground says Greywolf Technician Mark Newton. He thinks gold looks better here than stocks.
Jim Cramer gives his take on trending Twitter topics including Amgen's purchase of Onyx and the fallout from Nasdaq's trading glitch.
Rockwell Economist Peter Cardillo questions whether Nasdaq's trading problem was related to a hacker.
Bob Greifeld has transformed the exchange and should remain CEO despite yesterday's outage and the Facebook IPO debacle, says Ken Leon,equity analyst at S&P Capital IQ.
A 3-hour trading halt on the Nasdaq has investors questioning market integrity, while stocks moved higher on global manufacturing data.
Thursday's trading debacle at the Nasdaq won't necessarily damage the company's own stock over the long term, says Gaston Ceron, Equity Analyst at Morningstar.
Trading is halted at NASDAQ as the trading tape quit working properly. Professor James Angel has concerns over the restarting of trading.
Low volume has led to increased volatility creating a situation where technical traders drive the market direction says Alan Valdes.
Peter Costa is encouraged by the stability in stocks on Friday, following Thursdays sell off.
Envision Healthcare priced above its planned range. CEO Bill Sanger believes they are a low cost solution for ailing cities.
A soft jobs report caused stocks to give back Thursdays gains, but Alan Valdes of DME Securities points out that the selling isn't that bad.
John Carter of Simpler Options discusses closing orders in NYX, the next levels for TSLA along with setups in HLF, GLD & USO.
As stocks sell on Friday, Keith Bliss of Cuttone urges investors not to panic, instead this could be a buying opportunity.
Henry Gambell of Simpler Options steps in today for John Carter to review AMZN after earnings, the break we're looking for in VLO and the current stance of NYX.
The criminal charges against hedge fund S.A.C. Capital will be one tough trade for founder Steve Cohen, says TheStreet's Antoine Gara.