NEW YORK, Feb 6 (Reuters) - Billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn warned on Tuesday that investors have exposure to “way too many derivatives” and called the stock market’s nosedive ... Icahn said on CNBC. “Today, you have these …
Kevin O'Leary , AKA "Mr. Wonderful," took down seven other teams in the CNBC Stock Draft contest that ran from April 27 (the date of the NFL Draft) until last Friday, the day before the Super Bowl. Each team picked two stocks a year ago on …
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Warren Buffett, IBM's largest shareholder, has dumped about a third of his stock in the blue-chip tech company. Buffett disclosed the sale in an interview with CNBC. He said he started selling the shares once the price rose above $180 a …
Here’s a recap of MarketWatch’s live blog of the Delivering Alpha conference in New York, including highlights from …
As the first half of the year comes to a close, CNBC's "Halftime Report" surveyed Wall Street's strategists to find out where they think the stock market is headed in the second half. A majority, 64 percent, predict the S&P 500 will rally …
NEW YORK, Feb 6 (Reuters) - Billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn warned on Tuesday that investors have exposure to “way too many derivatives” and called the stock market’s nosedive just “rumblings of an earthquake.” “The market is …