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Is Ebola spooking the markets? CNBC's Dominic Chu discusses how investors on the floor are interpreting today's market slide.
Texas Governor Rick Perry is trying to reassure people Texas will contain the spread of Ebola after one patient has been diagnosed with the disease. CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports the patient was initially released after coming in on Friday with symptoms.
What a weak start to October and Q4 signals to investors, with Dave Donabedian, Atlantic Trust CIO, and Doug Sandler, Riverfront Investment co-founder.
Discussing fear in the market and the confluence of events that contribute to today's market decline, with Art Cashin, UBS director of floor operations, and Warren Meyers of Illustro Trading.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the auto sales rate for September is 16.43 million vehicles, in line with expectations.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan looks at what small cap and technology names are driving down the Russell 2000.
Antoine Halff, Head, Oil Industry & Markets at International Energy Agency, outlines the factors that are weighing on oil demand around the world.
Speaking to CNBC at the "Russia Calling Conference" in Moscow, Maxim Basov, CEO of Rusagro, explains how the firm has benefited from geopolitical tensions.
Shusuke Yamada, FX strategist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, discusses Wednesday's Bank of Japan Tankan survey and explains his year-end target of 108 for the dollar-yen.
Sarbjit Nahal, head of thematic investment strategy at BofA Merrill Lynch, talks about global pandemics and discusses investment strategies.
BMW is "fully hedged" against the falling euro says Ian Robertson, head of sales and marketing at BMW, adding that the weaker currency should not affect the group's 2014 performance.
Bob Parker, senior advisor at Credit Suisse, says the ECB will have to take a more "aggressive" approach going forward as demand for credit remains weak and spare capacity is "very significant".