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Economic Reports Economic Forecasting

  • CNBC's Steve Liesman, and Steven Ricchiuto, Mizuho Securities USA chief economist, react to the Federal Reserve Beige Book.

  • Desire for real growth

    The markets are reacting to strong car sales and construction spending and are looking towards the February jobs report, with CNBC's Steve Liesman.

  • Economy's 'weak immune system'

    Discussing vulnerabilities in the U.S. economy, and how to weather the risks out there in your portfolio, with Joe LaVorgna, Deutsche Bank chief U.S. economist. LaVorgna says the odds of a global recession are 35 percent-40 percent.

  • Mighty small cap bets

    Insight to whether small caps have bottomed, and his favorite stock picks, with Brian Smoluch, Hood River Capital Management.

  • Where the market goes from here

    Is it time to sell this market? CNBC's senior markets commentator Michael Santoli; Jim Iuorio, TJM Institutional Services; and CNBC contributor Tim Seymour, discuss how to make money now.

  • Must a bear be born?

    CNBC's senior markets commentator Michael Santoli analyzes market performance nine months after the all-time high.

  • European banks' 'evolving crisis'

    How worried should investors be about the banking sector, with Ken Buckfire, Miller Buckfire President and managing director.

  • Spectra CEO: We are in cities with strong prices

    Spectra Energy President and CEO Greg Ebel discusses the bullish case for pipeline operators, and the level of exposure to low oil prices.

  • Messy future for Britain: Cliffe

    The Economist columnist Jeremy Cliffe, shares his view on United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron's case to stay in the EU, the clash between Cameron and Boris Johnson, and his economic forecast for Britain.

  • Global events ahead of next week

    CNBC's Seema Mody looks ahead to next week's key global events.

  • Buy old & boring: BofA

    Chris Hyzy, Bank of America global wealth and investment management CIO, shares his Federal Reserve and U.S. economy and market forecast, recommending "old and boring" opportunities in the market.

  • 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."