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Market on Close Imbalances

How much to sell? My mavens on the floor of the exchange see a sell imbalance of $25 million at the close. In terms of sectors, they see small buys in health careĀ  ($20 million), financials ($18 million), information technology ($5 million) and cons...

NYSE Euronext downgraded at UBS

Bright Horizons CEO: IPO Will Pay Down Debt

Bright Horizons CEO: IPO Will Pay Down Debt

Bright Horizons launched its public stock successfully. CEO David Lissy says it will help reduce the company's high debt load.

Forget Apple - Look At PMI, Jobless Claims

Forget Apple - Look At PMI, Jobless Claims

Ben Willis of Albert Fried points out that even though Apple is bringing down NASDAQ, positive PMI, jobless claims and equity inflows should be the focus for investors.

Derivatives Losing Lovers

Derivatives Losing Lovers

Derivatives volumes are falling, while ICE prepares to take over the New York Stock Exchange. Dan Dicker looks at the future for the exchanges.

Nasdaq Optimistic for 2013 IPOs

Nasdaq Optimistic for 2013 IPOs

Bob McCooey of Nasdaq is optimistic that 2013 will be a good year for IPOs.

The 5 Dumbest Things on Wall Street: 2013 Predictions

The 5 Dumbest Things on Wall Street: 2013 Predictions

Here are the 5 Dumbest Lab's top five predictions for the new year.

Warm Up to ICE

Warm Up to ICE

IntercontinentalExchange shares already told a good story before the NYSE deal was announced.

Data Dump Fails To Boost Market

Data Dump Fails To Boost Market

Stocks are flat today despite positive economic data.

Unconventional Cramer: NYSE - ICE Deal is Good

Unconventional Cramer: NYSE - ICE Deal is Good

Jim Cramer believes that the merger between the New York Stock Exchange and ICE is a good move.

New York Stock Exchange Finds a Buyer

New York Stock Exchange Finds a Buyer

The New York Stock Exchange will be acquired by Intercontinental Exchange, leaving NASDAQ out of the picture.

Real-World Deals

Real-World Deals

While Washington continues to argue about a deal, real-world companies are making deals left and right.

Holiday Gifts For Your Favorite Trader

Holiday Gifts For Your Favorite Trader

A trip to the Museum of American Finance uncovers a trove of gifts for your favorite trader.

NYSE Confident for 2013 IPOs

NYSE Confident for 2013 IPOs

NYSE's head of global listings Scott Cutler is confident in the IPO market for 2013.

KBW Brokerage Conf.

NYSE Euronext upgraded at Stifel

The 5 Dumbest Things on Wall Street: Nov. 9

The 5 Dumbest Things on Wall Street: Nov. 9

In this special episode dedicated to the victims of Hurricane Sandy, TheStreet counts down the five smartest things on Wall Street.

NYSE Euronext numbers cut at Citigroup

Standing In Line to Vote and Buy Halo 4

Standing In Line to Vote and Buy Halo 4

The 2012 Presidential elections are finally here, along with Halo 4.

Workday Demand Delays Opening

Workday Demand Delays Opening

Workday stock jumped over 70% on the first day of trading causing the desk to make sure buyers wanted to pay the high price.

Following Pains, Not Gains: Investing In the Global Recession

Following Pains, Not Gains: Investing In the Global Recession

With China slowing & Europe in a recession, tonight's Street Critique guest is going to where the misery is. Martin Leclerc is the Chief Investment Officer at Barrack Yard Advisors.

Diary of a Dividend Diva: D-Day for Dividends

Diary of a Dividend Diva: D-Day for Dividends

Next Tuesday, Sept. 12, is a huge day for dividends.

NYSE Euronext upgraded at KBW

Christie Rampone's Post-Soccer Financial Plan

Christie Rampone's Post-Soccer Financial Plan

Christies Rampone, Captain of the Gold Medal winning U.S. Olympic Soccer team, has a firm plan for life after soccer.

Rice, Moore Swing Into Augusta

Rice, Moore Swing Into Augusta

Doreen Mogavero of Mogavero Lee, the NYSE's only female owned and managed firm, believes that women's spending and voting power is becoming more recognized.

Trader Skeptical of Rally

Trader Skeptical of Rally

Doreen Mogavero of Mogavero Lee is worried that when traders leave this market, the selling will be ugly.

Trader: Don't Blame Knight - Blame the Government

Trader: Don't Blame Knight - Blame the Government

Ben Willis of Albert Fried & Co., says it isn't Knights fault. He blames the government for allowing certain trading practices in the first place.

NYSE Euronext numbers lowered at UBS

Cramer: Stay Away From Financials

Cramer: Stay Away From Financials

The Knight trading debacle is just one reason to stay away from financial stocks for now, says Jim Cramer.

ECB and Knight Capital (KCG) Somehow Make Flat Market

ECB and Knight Capital (KCG) Somehow Make Flat Market

Jill Malandrino and Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3Live.com, reveal how to trade stocks ahead of earnings season: retail, banks, tech.