The homebuilder performance this week should tell us what we need to know about the sector.
Investors are punishing and rewarding stocks, sometimes without much reasoning other than the central bank's decision not to taper.
Berkshire Hathaway's CEO thinks the current chairman has done a great job. Why take a '400 hitter" out of the lineup, he asks.
Ahead of the possible government shutdown, Bernanke knows that what matters is the future, not the past.
Is it afraid Congress might do something really stupid?
The Federal Reserve, spooked by the looming budget fight and modest job gains, holds off on tapering its money pumping stimulus.
The central bank will announce its plans on bond buying on this afternoon. The question is how investors will react.
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The company is planning a 10-for-1 split, which will cut its share price dramatically.
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