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Why stocks will boost your bottom line in 2015

John Spallanzani GFI Group on Uber’s $40 billion valuation, his outlook for Asian markets, and how to allocate capital in 2015.

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  1. Czech Government May Face No -Confidence Vote

    The embattled Czech government Thursday ran into a new threat when opposition lawmakers said they will seek a parliamentary no-confidence vote in the cabinet after t...

  2. Passage of bill to avoid "cliff" should bolster Wall Street

    U.S. stocks are poised for gains to begin the year after the late passage of a bill to avoid harsh tax hikes that would have hit most Americans and crimped economic ...

  3. Analysis: Bumps in "cliff" talks won't deter Wall Street from rallying

    U.S. investors celebrated New Year's Eve believing lawmakers had finally gotten together in a last-ditch effort to avert the "fiscal cliff."For a time, it appeared T...

  4. Wall Street Week Ahead: Cliff may be a fear, but debt ceiling much scarier

    Investors fearing a stock market plunge - if the United States tumbles off the "fiscal cliff" next week - may want to relax.But they should be scared if a few weeks ...

  5. Analysis: Cliff may be a fear, but debt ceiling is much scarier

    Investors fearing a stock market plunge if the U.S. tumbles off the "fiscal cliff" next week may want to relax.But they should be scared if a few weeks later Washing...

  6. Czech Pension Overhaul Bill Wins Parliamentary Vote

    A Czech government bill aiming to partially privatize the country's state-run pension system was approved by the lower house of parliament Wednesday but still faces ...

  7. Was Pandit Really Ousted from Citigroup?

    Better Markets CEO Dennis Kelleher and FBN's Adam Shapiro on Vikram Pandit's sudden exit from Citigroup.

  8. Poland to Use Shares in State Companies as Leverage for Investments

    The Polish government will create a new investment vehicle, containing shares in state-controlled companies, to allow a state-owned bank to operate some 40 billion z...

  9. BAE to Meet With Investors on 'Plan B'

    BAE Systems moved to patch up damaged relations with its investors on Thursday, promising imminent meetings to discuss its strategy after the failure of its attempte...

  10. BAE to meet with investors on "plan B"

    BAE Systems moved to patch up damaged relations with its investors on Thursday, promising imminent meetings to discuss its strategy after the failure of its attempte...

  11. Libya's Prime Minister To Step Down

    Libya's prime minister-elect Mustafa Abushagur is to stand down, likely leading to an election of a new leader by the General National Congress in a few weeks, the B...

  12. Fed to Spend $40B a Month on New Bond-Buying Program

    FBN's Fed Panel reacts to the Fed's decision to launch a new bond buying program.

  1. Kean University investigated over ridiculous spending?

    New Jersey Assemblyman Joseph Cryan, (D-Union County, NJ), on Kean University spending $219K on a conference table, and on colleges’ over-spending habits.

  2. More Americans not taking jobless benefits?

    Former Labor Department Chief of Staff Paul Conway on the latest jobless claims data and unemployed Americans not looking for work.

  3. Fed's Underlying Message Could Signal Economic Storm Clouds

    The euphoria with which investors in the U.S. stock market greeted the Federal Reserve's decision to stick with its easy-money policy has begun to evaporate, as the ...

  4. More Exits at J.P. Morgan

    In the latest personnel change at the largest U.S. bank, J.P. Morgan Chase (NYSE:JPM) on Friday announced the retirement of directors Ellen Futter and David Cote. Th...

  5. Calpers to Vote in Favor of Stripping Dimon of Chairman Title

    Calpers, the massive California pension plan, on Wednesday became the latest major voice to endorse a nonbinding proposal to strip J.P. Morgan Chase (NYSE:JPM) CEO J...

  6. Portugal Identifies Spending Cuts to Keep Bailout on Track

    The Portuguese government approved around 800 million euros of new spending cuts on Thursday to put its EU/IMF bailout back on track after some of its austerity plan...

  7. College Professors Getting Huge Cash Payments for Leaving School

    NYU Professor Andrew Ross on the exorbitant fees being given to departing professors.

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