|Day Low/High||46.60 / 47.72|
|52 Wk Low/High||16.07 / 56.42|
These stocks and sectors are still reasonably priced, given their growth prospects.
Ambac's stock has tremendous upside because the company's legal woes are behind it and its exposure to Detroit's bankruptcy has been overstated.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says AIG CEO Robert Benmosche has 'taken a ward of the state and turned it around to a great property and casualty insurance company.'
I don't own it, and I wouldn't at these levels. If I owned AIG (AIG) -- and I don't -- I would be selling it here.
I hope this puts pressure on other insurers. AIG (AIG), an old favorite, reported somewhat disappointing results (though the business media initially called it a beat). The beat was actually achieved solely by a change in the discount rate for reser...
Here are some early looks. Its a big rebalancing today. Below are some early looks: General Electric (GE) -- 2 million to sell, 3 million paired off. Bank of America (BAC) -- 2 million to sell, 3 million paired off. Pfizer (PFE) -- 2 million to sell...
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Markets are higher ahead of Tuesday's Federal Reserve meeting as taper talk continues. Sprint shares are rising on news the company is in talks to purchase T-Mobile USA, and Aercap says it will buy AIG's plane leasing group for $5 billion. TheStreet's Nicole Urken has details from New York.
Traders cheer Chinese and U.S. manufacturing data to start the new month. Author Orly Lobel talks about winning the 'Talent' war.
The Federal Reserve's taper move will be a focus for future earnings among investors. Fenimore Asset Management's Drew Wilson weighs in.
Let's take a look at the overnight and early-morning price action in the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures are up 3; Nasdaq futures are up 10; Japan is down 0.9% (but finished the week up 0.8%); China Shanghai is up 0.37% (and up 0.8% on...
Jim Cramer says buy AIG on weakness, watch Facebook's teen engagement and take a close look at Exxon because it has a great balance sheet.
U.S. Stock Index Futures are pointing to a lower open as investors digest results from Starbucks and Facebook. TheStreet's Jon Marino reports from the Nasdaq Marketsite.
Janet Yellen's appointment to chair the Fed provides for an orderly changing of the guard.
Blackberry's Flying Circus, Foolish Filmmaker, Celldex Shenanigans, Benmosche's Big Mouth and Chrysler's Conundrum highlight Gregg Greenberg's list of dumb things on Wall Street this week.
Berkshire's Buffett, Lehman's Fuld and Goldman's Blankfein recount the hours leading up to the Lehman Brothers collapse.
Here's what he's buying in the finance, transport, media and energy sectors.