Some history on the new CNBC blog covering Wall Street

The most common defense of him seems to be that policymakers and Wall Street know he is just. but giving them token obeisance provides some cover. On the assumed interest-rate vs. employment.

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Closing Bell can refer to two CNBC programs: the original closing bell on CNBC and European Closing Bell on CNBC Europe. The show is named after the bell that is rung to signify the end of a trading session on the New York Stock Exchange which occurs at 4:00 pm EST. Many exchanges used to signify end of trading with a gong or bell when they were operated on an open outcry basis. The New York Stock Exchange still uses this system and often invites special guests to ring the bell. The CNBC shows u

On Thursday morning, after the Senate passed the bailout/rescue/recovery legislation, I got up and began watching CNBC. Then, in an act of self-flagellation, I turned to the Fox Business Network. In a previous blog entry I had referred to Fox Business as "Fox Bimbo News," and I wanted to see if it.

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Public spaces are designed and lit to cinematic perfection; the average person on the street looks like (and might well be.

In a new video propamentary, er, docuganda, or something like that, morgan freeman declares “we have been attacked. We are at war. This is no movie script.” Before we hop on the morgan freeman train,

NEW YORK (TheStreet) — As a nation, we could use some meaningless levity right now. similar or on equal playing fields in terms of "quality" and uncritical Wall Street analysts such as Greenfield.

5% 30-year mortgage rates to come? up from 5.21 million in April. The recent gains likely came from reduced borrowing costs that made it easier to finance a home. Rates for the 30-year mortgage are averaging 3.84% this week, down.

[Editor’s Note – This is a new post with relevant excerpts from a previous Wall Street Law Blog publication about fraud, complexity, and a David Faber interview with Alan Greenspan]. as some have argued? In a word, nope.