Economic Reports Consumer Confidence

  • Wilbur Ross's Best Energy Play

    Wilbur Ross, CEO of WL Ross & Co., on whether he prefers oil or natural gas, with CNBC's Mandy Drury and the Futures Now Traders.

  • Social Networking With Your Neighbors

    Nirav Tolia, NextDoor CEO, offers insight on connecting with your "next door" neighbors. David Sze, weighs in.

  • Zell's Last Word on Rental Market

    Sam Zell, Equity Group Investments chairman, explains why he believes the multi-family market is "going to outperform."

  • Zell on 'Summer Swoon'

    Sam Zell, Equity Group Investments chairman, explains why the markets seem to post gains in the beginning of the year and then pullback mid-year.

  • What Would Zell Do If He Were Ben Bernanke?

    "Go to a deserted island so nobody could find me when the results of QE 27 come through" answered Sam Zell, Equity Group Investments chairman, smiling and discussing how he feels about the Fed chairman's economic policies.

  • Zell on State of Housing Recovery

    Sam Zell, Equity Group Investments chairman, shares his views on the housing market, saying, "I think getting a mortgage is extraordinarily difficult," Zell added.

  • Real Estate Titan Zell on Obama's Address

    Sam Zell, Equity Group Investments chairman, shares his views on President Obama's State of the Union address and jobs creation in the United States.

  • How Jim Rogers Is Playing Facebook

    On CNBC.com's "Futures Now," we ask Jim Rogers what he thinks about investing in Facebook. (1:43)

  • Jim Rogers: Where I'm Investing Now

    Gold? Stocks? Bonds? Billionaire investor Jim Rogers tells CNBC's "Futures Now" traders where he's putting his money to work, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis. (1:26)

  • NFIB Survey Drops to 88.9

    "It's really not good," said Bill Dunkelberg, National Federation of Independent Business chief economist, breaking down the latest read on small business sentiment.

  • Delivery.com CEO: Staying In, Delivering Out

    Jed Kleckner, Delivery.com CEO, offers insight on delivering food during winter storm Nemo. "Our job is to bring the inventory onto our website and market on their behalf," he says.

  • Where Gold, Silver Is Headed: Silver Wheaton CEO

    Randy Smallwood, CEO of Silver Wheaton, comments on where both precious metals could move next, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.

  • Market Pro: 'This' Market Poses the Biggest Risk

    Short seller Bill Fleckenstein tells CNBC.com's "Futures Now" why he thinks the stock market is heading for trouble later this year. (3:37)

  • MacNeil Curry: Look for Sizable Move Higher in This Trade

    Top bond strategist MacNeil Curry tells "Futures Now" he's looking for a pretty sizable move higher in this bond trade and just recommended it to clients this morning. With CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders. (2:02)

  • MacNeil Curry: Bond Rates Should Top Out

    If you think the bond bull is dead, think again. Top FX strategist MacNeil Curry of BofA Merrilll Lynch is looking for prices to rally. With CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.

  • Does Dow 14,000 Really Matter?

    Round numbers don't really matter in the market, do they? With CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now traders.

  • S&P: Civil Lawsuit Threatened by DOJ Without Legal Merit

    The Justice Department is reportedly planning to sue ratings firm S&P accusing them of fraudulently rating mortgage bonds that led to the financial crisis. Ed Atorino, Benchmark Analyst, weighs in.

  • Consumer Sentiment 73.8 in January

    CNBC's Rick Santelli reports the latest data on the overall health of the economy as measured by consumer opinions.

  •  Electrolux Q4 Profit Misses Forecasts, Europe Still Weak

    Keith McLoughlin, CEO of Electrolux, tells CNBC that Western Europe consumer demand is weak as austerity measures take hold and they expect low demand in the first half.

  • China's Hacking Prowess

    Patrick Chovanec, Associate Professor, Tsinghua University says that allegations that Chinese hackers attacked the New York Times was no big surprise. He also says that China's new leaders are still obsessed about controlling the narrative on China.