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  • Fink: Focus on Long-Term Needs

    BlackRock CEO Larry Fink discusses his market outlook, the importance of investing for retirement and your "long-term needs," and the current economic environment.

  • Market Rally: Room Left to Grow?

    Where the markets stand, with Bryan Piskorowski, Wells Fargo Advisors and Peter Kenny, Knight Capital.

  • House Majority Leader Cantor on Economy

    House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) discusses U.S. budget issues, in what circumstance he would agree to higher taxes on the wealthy, and whether he is concerned for a market pullback after the Fed's statement.

  • Housing Bubble Myth?

    The S&P Case-Shiller Index showed home prices are at their highest annual gain since 2006, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.

  • Market Rally: Get In or Get Out?

    As the market continues to rally, how should you invest your money? John Calamos, Calamos Investments and Howard Marks, Oaktree Capital, discuss.

  • Market Check After the Close

    The S&P 500 set its all-time high at today's market close. How to invest in May, with Michael Santoli, Yahoo! Finance and Bryan Piskorowski, Wells Fargo Advisors.

  • Closing Countdown: S&P Sets All-Time High

    Discussing whether the markets go higher in May, with Terry Dolan, Benjamin & Jerold Brokerage CEO. CNBC's Bob Pisani reports the S&P 500 sets its all-time high.

  • Market Pullback Ahead?

    Stocks are higher today, but might a pullback lie ahead for the market? Liz Ann Sonders, Charles Schwab and Lee Munson, Portfolio Asset Management, share their opinions.

  • Tony Blair on Impact of Austerity

    Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair speaks to CNBC's Maria Bartiromo about whether Europe is out of the woods on its debt crisis, and the impact of austerity on the economy.

  • Stock Market: Fed Impact & Where to Invest

    Guggenheim Partners' Scott Minerd shares his outlook for the U.S. economy, and discusses the hottest places to put your money now. "I see technology and financials a good place to be for the long run," he says.

  • Closing Bell Exchange: More Upside For Apple?

    Where the markets stand, and whether to buy shares of Apple or its securities, with Joe Quinlan, U.S. Trust and CNBC's Rick Santelli.

  • Iron Man Market?

    Robert Downey Jr., who plays the comic superhero Iron Man, rung this morning's opening bell. Barry Knapp, Barclays, and Steve Massocca, Wedbush, discuss where to put your money now.

  • Economic Data Holding Back Rally

    Mixed economic news is holding back the bull run today, with the "Power Lunch" crew. Joseph Tanious, J.P. Morgan Funds, shares his market outlook.

  • M&A: A View From the Top

    Stock prices are at all-time highs, and rates for borrowing money are at all-time lows. Even with some companies reporting prospects for revenue growth ahead, why aren't there are more M&A deals? Robert Kindler, Morgan Stanley vice chairman, provides perspective.

  • Tomorrow In :30

    What to look out for in tomorrow's trading day, with Alan Gayle, Ridgeworth Capital Management and Laif Meidell, American Wealth Management.

  • Stocks Surge At Start of Week

    The S&P 500 barely closed at a record high, so where do the markets want to go next? Kevin Caron, Stifel Private Client Group; Danielle Hughes, Divine Capital; and CNBC's Ron Insana, provide perspective.

  • Stocks Rally to New Highs

    Are the markets finding their groove again? Erik Ristuben, Russell Investments; Andrew Keane, Keane on the Markets; Doug Cote, ING Investment Management; and Kenny Polcari, O'Neil Securities, discuss.

  • Closing Countdown: How to Invest

    What to make of the market rally, and how to get the general public interested in stocks, with CNBC market analyst Peter Costa.

  • S&P Flirts With All-Time High

    What investors can expect out of the markets this week, with Michael Gayed, Pension Partners and Ron Muhlenkamp, Muhlenkamp Fund.

  • Treasury Estimates Q2 Pay Down In Debt

    CNBC's Steve Liesman reports the Treasury estimates it will pay down $35 billion in net marketable debt in Q2.