Former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan, and John Taylor, former U.S Treasury Undersecretary, debate short and long-term rates under Greenspan's Fed. There was a high correlation between short and long-term rates before 2003, defends Greenspan.
Former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan, and John Taylor, former U.S Treasury Undersecretary, debate what is to blame for the housing bubble. Taylor says monetary impulse is a big factor.
Steve McMahon, Democratic Strategist; and Robert Traynham, former Bush-Cheney Senior Advisor, discuss possible splits in Congress the new budget deal may cause.
Stephen Schwartz, Chief Economist for Asia at BBVA says that risky assets could see a bout of volatility when tapering happens.
Paul Trainor, Senior Portfolio Manager at Macquarie Private Portfolio Management says investors should be careful before jumping into the stock, despite a 30% fall over the past two days.
Marty Mosby, Banking Analyst at Guggenheim Partners, tells CNBC's Cash Flow that the Volcker Rule has already been priced into banking stocks and interest rates.
Blu Putnam, chief economist at CME Group, says the budget deal in the U.S. will remove uncertainty over a government shutdown.
Marius Daheim, senior government bond analyst at BayernLB, says that a tapering of asset purchases of around $10 billion could push up bond yields.
Meg Whitman, CEO of Hewlett Packard, says women have made a lot of progress in getting higher jobs in business but there is still more to do.