A Kia Motors Corp. sports utility vehicle (SUV) delivers the “2021” New Year’s Eve numerals during a coast-to-coast tour in the Times Square neighborhood of New York, U.S., on Monday, Dec. 21, 2020. Michael Nagle | Bloomberg | Getty Images So many questions swirl as the calendar turns — including what year has just started.
Jeff Bezos, Warren Buffett and Jamie Dimon. CNBC Haven, the joint venture formed by three of America’s most powerful companies to lower costs and improve outcomes in health care, is disbanding after three years, CNBC has learned exclusively. The company began informing employees Monday that it will shut down by the end of next month,
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn warned of the possibility of a significant decline for stocks at some point, telling CNBC’s Scott Wapner that “wild rallies” in the market always meet a dramatic end. Wapner reported Icahn’s warning on “Halftime Report” during a turbulent day for the stock market. “In my day I’ve seen a lot of
A man wearing a face mask walks past the U.S. Federal Reserve in Washington, D.C., the United States, on Dec. 2, 2020. Liu Jie | Xinhua News Agency | Getty Images The Federal Reserve enters the new year with a fresh challenge on its plate, namely whether its commitment to higher inflation will bring power
Pedestrians walk by a T-Mobile store in New York. Scott Mlyn | CNBC According to some Wall Street experts, there’s still plenty of fuel left in the tank, even after the stock market closed out the year at record highs. Strategists from Goldman Sachs predict that the S&P 500 will round out 2021 at 4,300
The New York Stock Exchange said it no longer plans to delist three Chinese telecommunications giants. In a late Monday statement, the NYSE said it dropped the plans after “further consultation with relevant regulatory authorities in connection with Office of Foreign Assets Control.” Hong Kong-listed shares of China Telecom, China Mobile and China Unicom rallied
Wall Street on Monday labored through a tough day to open the new trading year, which prompted CNBC’s Jim Cramer to break down the top investing themes he’ll be watching in 2021. Investors should keep secular trends in mind because they are the best ways to approach a marketwide sell-off, the “Mad Money” host said