With a close over 10,270 on Friday, the Dow Jones industrial average had its best showing of 2009. Like the day a few weeks earlier when it broke the ...
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The top 1 percent owns more wealth than the bottom 90 percent. CEOs of large corporations earn 400 times what their workers make. That is not what America is supposed to be about.
Sam Stovall, the chief investment strategist of Standard & Poor's, has come up with his own magnificent seven for the new year -- a group of seven fat dividend-paying stocks.
Prosperity is not simply just around the corner; it's all over this playlist. Here's to sticking around for the rising.
Banks' behavior demonstrates that their refusal to act responsibly is endless and that they certainly have not learned their lesson. We need a consumer finance agency to protect credit card holders.
SAN FRANCISCO — Dow Jones & Co. will stop publishing the Far Eastern Economic Review in December.
The company, which is owned by Rupert Murdoch...
Regardless of what you call it -- Keynesianism, socialism, or just pragmatism -- government's expansion is doing wonders for business, especially big business and Wall Street.
The president needs the Dow to get to 11,000 over the next year to keep from being routed in the mid-term election.
NEW YORK — The Dow Jones Industrial Average could get a new name.
The Wall Street Journal reported Friday that its publisher, Dow Jones & Co., ...
There is only one question that intelligent investors should be asking. You won't find it discussed in the financial media. Your "market beating" broker or advisor is unlikely to focus on it.
Private health-insurance and pharmaceutical industry lobbyists are threatening the health and stability of America. Some argue that this is equivalent to crimes against humanity.
So it's almost official. The recession is almost over.
Simply for acting like a leader this week, Speaker Pelosi wins the Most Impressive Democrat Of The Week award hands-down.
A rebounding economy, veteran money manager Gary Wollin says, is only a matter of time.
We have known about the access of evil phenomenon for some time now, but I think this document is the best hard proof of it we've seen yet.
In recent weeks, as the market stalled, investors have gone back on a starvation diet. So what's next? If this past week is any indication, look for a resumption of financial heartburn.
Oil is going up, interest rates are going up and unemployment will go --- all bad things --- and yet they're not killing the market. One money manager says that means the upward trend remains intact.
The L-shaped economy that we're in is one which won't get much better and will require an adjustment to lower economic growth and a lower standard of living.
In this "Dow Jones" parody, the rapper Common plays the eponymous stock market index as a Shaft-like character who will "put you in debt." Props for t...
Hey, maybe I need a new pair of eyeglasses. The last time I looked, the financial scene appeared unmistakably cloudy and ominous. Not so to Wall Street's bulls.
Many on Wall Street have basically been pitching happy economic talk since early last year. Well, we're in early 2009 and now the bullish brigade is signaling yet another extension.
For the market to go up from here, the news doesn't have to be good. It just has to be not quite as bad as what has already been discounted.
There is no intrinsic value in words, it's how they are put together and how they are interpreted and whether they are believed. It's the same with the numbers that tell the story of the economy.
I hear when the gentlemen at AIG laugh so hard that they cry, they use these handkerchiefs to wipe away the tears. Conveniently, they cost less than 1...
Investment professionals and econo-pundits claiming to speak for Wall Street have been blaming President Obama for the recent run of losses in the sto...
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