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Wall Street nears new records on a renewed hope on tariff delays. Kayla Tausche has more for us.
U.S. stock index futures were higher Thursday as investors cheered a delay to higher U.S. tariffs against Chinese imports along with a large bond buying program from Europe’s central bank.
Joining us to discuss more about the stock market rotation is Ken Kamen, President at the Mercadien Asset Management.
With the recent market rotation we are seeing on Wall Street, is now the best time to invest in value stocks? Mark Travis, President & Portfolio Manager at Intrepid Capital Funds, joins us on the show and gives us his three value stock picks investors should keep an eye on.
Wall Street remembers and honors the lives of those we lost 18 years ago on the 9/11 terror attacks. Kate Rogers reports on how celebrities are giving back by teaming up with a Wall Street firm at the annual Cantor Fitzgerald’s Charity Day.
The Dow closes back above 27K as investors take note as some major changes happening inside the market. Our Bob Pisani has more for us from the New York Stock Exchange.
The WeWork initial public offering is full speed ahead, sources familiar with the matter tell CNBC’s David Faber, despite a number of a setbacks including a dramatic cut in its valuation and its biggest outside investor urging the controversial real estate company to shelve the offering.
Stocks are slowing hitting back to its record levels. Mike Santoli is at the New York Stock Exchange and gives us his perspective on the current state of the markets.
What should investors be watching as the markets are creeping higher to near record levels? Barry James, President at James Investment Research, gives us his analysis.
AT&T soared Monday after Paul Singer’s Elliott Management announced it owns $3.2 billion in the underperforming telecom giant’s stock and said in a letter that it hopes to help the company trim unneeded assets.
On this week’s “Market Monitor”, we speak with Nancy Tengler, Chief Investment Officer at Tengler Wealth Management, who gives us three stock picks she says will benefit from spending in the services sector.
With stocks rallying thanks to upcoming trade talks between the U.S. and China next month, can investors trust the market rally or expect more volatility? Larry Adam, Chief Investment Officer at Raymond James, joins us on the show.
Stocks surged after the U.S. and China say trade talks are on for next month. But, is an agreement possible this time around? Seema Mody reports from the New York Stock Exchange.
Company payrolls surged by 195,000 in August, well above Wall Street estimates and at a time when fears have been growing about a looming recession, according to a report Thursday from ADP and Moody’s Analytics.
There are countless financial tasks to prioritize, if you’re able, before an economic downturn: Pay off high interest debt, put major purchases on hold and review your investment allocation. But the most important task, experts say, is to increase your savings rate as much as you can.