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Jeremy Siegel, Wharton School professor of Finance, remains bullish on the market and makes the case for Dow 18,000. Siegel says the market is not overpriced.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan has the names moving today's indices higher.
Who is the most responsible, financially for obesity? MeMe Roth, National Action Against Obesity, and Professor John Banzhaf, George Washington University Law School, debate the issue.
Jim Cramer talks with Phil Rykhoek, the president and CEO of Denbury Resources to find out about his company's prospects.
Jeffrey Ventura, the President and CEO of Range Resources tells Jim Cramer why his company's portfolio is better than competitors.
John D. Schiller Jr., Energy XXI chairman and CEO, discusses the company's performance and tells Mad Money's Jim Cramer the merger has been integrated seamlessly and has helped the company negotiate better deals and lower expenses.
Nicole Wong, Regional Head of Property Research at CLSA, explains why Vanke is playing the right card with its focus on building smaller-sized residential units.
Upcoming earnings results from Chinese financials may spur a pullback in equity markets, says Stephen Sheung, Head of Investment Strategy at SHK Private.
Gavin Wendt, Founding Director & Senior Resource Analyst at Mine Life, says the assets that were involved in the spinoff will transform from ugly ducklings to outperformers over the next 5 to 6 years.
European shares opened slightly lower on Wednesday with a slew of economic releases due and investors positioning themselves for the annual confab of central bankers at Jackson Hole later this week.
Heimo Scheuch, CEO of Wienerberger, says the company is seeing "different signs" of strength across Europe with some countries' property markets doing better than others.
Jochen Moebert, real estate analyst at Deutsche Bank, says some of the more expensive areas of German property are "cheap" in comparison to other countries such as the U.K.