Economic Reports Economic Forecasting

  • NYSE traders sing 'Wait Til the Sun Shines, Nellie'

    Art Cashin of UBS leads NYSE traders in singing "Wait Til the Sun Shines, Nellie," with CNBC's Bob Pisani.

  • Economy will build upon 2013 gains: Pro

    QE should end sometime in late Q3, predicts Joe Lavorgna, Deutsche Bank chief U.S. economist. He discusses his forecast for GDP and jobs.

  • One stock to watch in 2014

    Paul Hickey, Bespoke Investment Group, shares one stock he thinks investors should watch next year; and Hugh Johnson, Hugh Johnson Advisors Chairman & CIO, discusses what Check Point is doing well.

  • IBM could surprise next year: Pro

    Hugh Johnson, Hugh Johnson Advisors Chairman & CIO, says the market may be surprised by IBM in 2014, and predicts emerging markets will underperform in the U.S. and Europe. Paul Hickey, Bespoke Investment Group, weighs in.

  • Bob Pisani's bold 2014 predictions

    CNBC's Bob Pisani predicts the Fed will increase its bond buying program in 2014.

  • The year of the activist?

    Dennis Berman of The Wall Street Journal says corporate boards have "internalized" the message from the activists.

  • Fed 'easier' than before the taper: Strategist

    What economic factors may play into the Fed's decision to taper further, with Lou Brien, DRW Trading strategist, and Kevin Giddis, Raymond James.

  • Debating dollar strength

    Discussing global stories impacting the U.S. Dollar, with Kathy Lien, BK Asset Management; Ed Ponsi, Barchetta Capital Management; and CNBC's Sara Eisen. Barchetta thinks the U.S. Dollar will be weak next year.

  • Pullback ahead? Stock picks for 2014

    Dissecting current market action and a historical pullback pattern, with Nicole Urken, The Street, and Bill Nichols, Cantor Fitzgerald.

  • Investment spending will come back in 2014: Pro

    Discussing the Fed's decision to taper in January, and the market's next step, with Kevin Cummins of UBS, and John Lonski of Moody's.

  • Benefitting from 'tax-loss selling'

    Discussing the race to sell the "losers" in your portfolio just before year's end, with Timothy Maurer, Financial Consulate.

  • Ed Morse: More supply across commodities

    Discussing the current state of demand for commodities, with Ed Morse, Citi global head of commodities research. He says "we're having significantly more supply across most commodities, and demand is not rising at the rate it was," he explains.

  • Decent year for housing ahead?

    The Fed announced it will begin to taper in January. Christopher Mayer, New York Fed Visiting Scholar says he is bullish on housing construction. CNBC's Steve Liesman and Stephanie Link debate the housing environment.

  • Calamos on long-term economy

    How should investors interpret the Fed's decision to pull back on its bond purchases, with John Calamos of Calamos Investments.

  • Set for a 'slow steady up': Pro

    Will we see a Christmas rally? Michael Farr of Farr, Miller and Washington, and Bill Smead of Smead Capital Management, discuss current market conditions.

  • The end of easy money

    If the Fed decides to taper on Wednesday, how should you invest? Andrew Slimmon, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, and Gary Thayer, Wells Fargo Advisors, discuss the potential market impact.

  • Most hated bull markets of all time: Pro

    The Associated Press-GfK poll shows 39 percent predict stocks will drop next year and only 14 percent of respondents think the markets will finish the year higher. Hank Smith, Haverford Investments, and Scott Carmack, Leader Capital, provide insight.

  • Implications of China's demographic changes

    Jake Lynch, Head of Emerging Leaders Asia at Macquarie Securities, sees the most interesting opportunities coming from China's aging population, despite relaxation of the country's one-child policy.

  • 'Santa Claus rally' all year: Pro

    Will investors see handsome returns in their holiday stockings? CNBC contributor Ron Insana, and Meg Green of Meg Green & Associates CEO, discuss the current environment headed into 2014.

  • Best bet for under $20

    All-star stock pickers Matthew McCormick of Bahl & Gaynor Investment Counsel, and Michael Vogelzang of Boston Advisors president & CIO, share their top stock picks for budgets of $20, $50 and $100.