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Economic Reports Economic Forecasting

  • Best week for stocks since Thanksgiving

    The FMHR traders share their view of current trading activity ahead of the weekend.

  • John Williams, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

    The Federal Reserve should stick with its plan to raise interest rates gradually, a top policymaker said on Thursday.

  • IBM's best day since 2009

    IBM was upgraded to a "buy" at Morgan Stanley. The FMHR traders discuss the call of the day.

  • Removing emotion & trusting algorithms

    Discussing the volatility in the markets, and whether there is a correlation to computerized trading models, with Roy Niederhoffer, R. G. Niederhoffer Capital Management President & Founder.

  • Fund manager's strategy for double digit returns

    Roy Niederhoffer, R. G. Niederhoffer Capital Management President & Founder, provides insight to returns from his firm's investment strategy known as short-term trading, and the difference between his computerized trading models versus high-frequency trading.

  • What to watch after bad start to Q1

    Discussing the health of the U.S. economy versus internationally, and what factors the Fed are weighing, with John Stoltzfus, Oppenheimer chief market strategist, and Michelle Girard, RBS chief U.S. economist.

  • Rising e-commerce in China

    Discussing the concerns about China's economy, and the growth in online retail there, with Hans Tung, GGV Capital managing partner.

  • What catalyst can take US higher

    Jim Paulsen, Wells Capital Management, discusses negative investor sentiment, saying he thinks good economic data will take the markets higher and calm recession fears.

  • Why oil goes lower first: McNally

    Bob McNally, The Rapidan Group founder, thinks oil prices go even lower in the short-term, saying we have a "bust first, before a boom."

  • U.S. Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen.

    Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen will testify on Capitol Hill on Wednesday. Jan Hatzius, Goldman Sachs chief economist, shares his rate forecast, and confidence in the U.S. economy.

  • Pros & cons of raising rates for banks

    Looking ahead to Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's testimony on Capitol Hill Wednesday, with Drew Matus, UBS Chief U.S. Economist, and CNBC's Steve Liesman.

  • BofA's Bartels: Where to put your money

    Discussing the best places for your money, with Mary Ann Bartels, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management head of portfolio strategy.

  • BofA: Levels to watch out for

    Mary Ann Bartels, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management head of portfolio strategy, shares her long-term bullish view of the markets. Her firm believes the S&P 500 will get to 3,500 over the next 10 years.

  • Santelli Exchange: Lazear on jobs

    CNBC's Rick Santelli speaks to Ed Lazear, Hoover Institute senior fellow, about the most important data in the January jobs report. Nonfarm payrolls rose by just 151,000, far short of the expected 190,000.

  • What the Fed should do

    Discussing how the markets are anticipating Federal Reserve policy, with Lindsey Piegza, Stifel fixed income chief economist, and Jim Paulsen, Wells Capital Management chief investment strategist.

  • A global approach to your portfolio

    Discussing economic growth in the U.S. economy, and whether monetary policy can help, with Steve Wood, Russell Investments chief market strategist, and Joseph LaVorgna, Deutsche Bank chief U.S. economist

  • Has the market found a real bottom?

    "Fast Money" trader Steve Grasso, discusses the move higher in the market Friday.

  • Rough month for stocks

    The FMHR traders discuss whether the markets move higher in February, and whether it will be the Fed or China that moves stocks.

  • Health care fundamentals still very strong: Manley

    The situation in the markets is "shaking itself out right now," says John Manley, Wells Fargo Funds Management, in discussing the move higher in Friday's session.

  • Has the market found a real bottom?

    "Fast Money" trader Steve Grasso, discusses the move higher in the market Friday.