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Money in Motion: Currency Class

  • Is wage veto a win for Wal-Mart?     Friday, 13 Sep 2013 | 11:40 AM ET

    Washington, D.C., Mayor Vincent Gray explains why he vetoed a bill that would require big box retailers to pay workers a minimum wage of $12.50.

  • NY fashion leads commercially: pro     Friday, 13 Sep 2013 | 11:40 AM ET

    Hannah Almassi, fashion editor at Grazia, discusses the global fashion industry and highlights the differences between the fashion weeks in New York, London, Milan and Paris.

  • Risks and rewards of high frequency trading     Friday, 13 Sep 2013 | 11:39 AM ET

    CNBC's Rick Santelli and Morton Lane, University of Illinois, discuss how high-speed trading has changed the way markets operate.

  • Where will Twitter shares likely trade?     Friday, 13 Sep 2013 | 11:33 AM ET

    CNBC's Bob Pisani and Bertha Coombs discuss whether the social media company will likely end up trading on the NYSE or Nasdaq.

  • European markets close narrowly mixed     Friday, 13 Sep 2013 | 11:31 AM ET

    CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports on all the market moving events in Europe today, as Chancellor Merkel gears up for the September 22nd German election.

  • Is a December taper better for the market?     Friday, 13 Sep 2013 | 11:30 AM ET

    Steve Barrow, head of G10 research at Standard Bank, expects the Federal Reserve to start tapering in December, and says that if it happens in September, it will be "benign".

  • Flash floods crush Colorado     Friday, 13 Sep 2013 | 11:24 AM ET

    Days of heavy rain are triggering serious flash floods in the northern part of the Centennial State, reports NBC's Leanne Gregg.

  • Massive NJ fire wipes out Seaside boardwalk     Friday, 13 Sep 2013 | 11:22 AM ET

    Less than a year after Super Storm Sandy destroyed a large portion of the New Jersey shoreline, another disaster has torn through the same area, reports CNBC's Scott Cohn.

  • Should UK house inflation be capped?     Friday, 13 Sep 2013 | 11:20 AM ET

    Simon Rubinsohn, chief economist at RICS, explains why he thinks the Bank of England should not allow house prices to rise more than 5 percent annually.

  • France is not EU's 'sick child': minister     Friday, 13 Sep 2013 | 11:17 AM ET

    Pierre Moscovici, France finance minister, explains that growth should be the global priority, and argues that the country is not "the sick child of Europe", and is reforming fast.

  • Why the next Fed head matters     Friday, 13 Sep 2013 | 11:14 AM ET

    Tom Porcelli, RBC Capital Markets, and Jack Ablin, BMO, discuss how the selection of the next Federal Reserve chairman is likely to impact the markets and the economy.

  • Cyprus is 'out of danger': minister     Friday, 13 Sep 2013 | 11:05 AM ET

    Harris Georgiades, Cyprus's finance minister, says the country's resilience has exceeded expectations, as the island is now "out of the danger zone" and has entered a "stabilization phase".

  • Currencies: forget the dollar?     Friday, 13 Sep 2013 | 11:05 AM ET

    Geoffrey Yu, foreign exchange strategist at UBS, explains there is "not much juice left in the dollar", and advises getting back into risk.

  • Why tapering is 'the beginning of the end'     Friday, 13 Sep 2013 | 11:00 AM ET

    Jens Larsen, chief European economist at RBC Capital Markets, says tapering is the "beginning of the end" and that investors will start talking about exit strategy and rate hike as soon as it starts.

  • European market closes higher     Friday, 13 Sep 2013 | 11:30 AM ET

    European shares closed higher on Friday, despite investors' caution ahead of the Federal Reserve's meeting next week.

  • The Tweet heard round the world     Friday, 13 Sep 2013 | 11:02 AM ET

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin reveals some of the early Twitter investors positioned to make big money on its IPO. CNBC's Kayla Tausche provides a look at some of the bankers involved. Also, Carly Fiorina, former HP chairman & CEO, discusses how the social media company's IPO will impact the rest of the the tech sector, and why Michael Dell has less than five years to prove his strategy of going private is working.

  • CNBC's Robert Frank goes inside the vault at Patek Philippe headquarters in New York City to take a look at the one of the world's most expensive timepieces.

  • CNBC's Rick Santelli says Congress should pay close attention to a poll showing most Americans don't want to raise the nation's debt ceiling, even if it leads to a default.

  • David Neeleman, JetBlue founder & former CEO, provides his perspective on the airline industry and the outlook on emerging market travel.

  • How Twitter was born     Friday, 13 Sep 2013 | 10:32 AM ET

    Dom Sagolla, Twitter co-creator, reveals how the social media company went from an idea to Wall Street.

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Thursday, 24 Apr 2014 | 8:49 AM ET

Today CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he wishes his charitable trust owned shares of Caterpillar, and shares his thoughts on the government's inability to create jobs.

Thursday, 24 Apr 2014 | 8:16 AM ET

Daniel Ernst, Hudson Square Research, provides perspective on Apple's earnings and growth potential. Apple is really innovating but they haven't done it in three years, Ernst says.

Thursday, 24 Apr 2014 | 8:02 AM ET

Doug Oberhelman, Caterpillar chairman & CEO, digs deep into the company's first quarter results and shares his outlook on global sales. CAT reported EPS of $1.44 on revenues of $13.24 billion, beating on both the top and bottom line.