Berkshire Hathaway is likely to increase its stakes in Amex, Coca-Cola, IBM and Wells Fargo.
Markets seem set to continue Tuesday's rally and send the Dow further into uncharted territory.
The legendary investor says Apple should avoid listening to Greenlight Capital's founder, and work to create value for the long term.
US stocks are set to track global markets up ahead of US service sector data.
US market are set for a lower open following weak data from China and ongoing concern Italians will have to go for another round of elections.
Both stocks soared after the legendary investor dumped them. Did he make the right call?
Shares are up after a key survey's better-than-expected findings.
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Goldman Sachs sees an improving economy, growing dividend rates and low interest rates boosting stocks over the next 2 years. Meanwhile, the 2013 rally continues.
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