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Discussing market action, and next week's Fed meeting, with Ed Yardeni, President of Yardeni Research. He thinks the market bottom happened last week.
Dissecting the current market environment, with Andrew Burkly, Oppenheimer managing director, and Chad Morganlander, Stifel Nicolaus.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew share video of an emotional day at the Canadian Parliament where Sgt. at Arms Kevin Vickers is being honored after the shooting on Parliament Hill for killing the attacker.
The FMHR traders reveal their final trades.
A look at the most unlikely industry being affected by a drought, with CNBC's Jane Wells.
Award-winning filmmaker Steve James looks at raising the minimum wage and how businesses and employees have responded to Seattle's coming $15/hour minimum. James is the director of 'Hoop Dreams,' 'Stevie,' and 'The Interrupters." His latest film, 'Life Itself,' is a biography of the late film critic Roger Ebert.
Antonio Timoner-Salva, Senior Economist at IHS, expects at least 10 of the 130 banks to fail the European Central Bank¿s comprehensive assessment and related stress tests.
Matthew Stych, Research Director, Asia Pacific at Planet Retail, outlines his expectations for the earnings and explains why CEO Dave Lewis may more time to come up with a turnaround plan.
Investors were surprised by the significant increase in production costs associated with the 787 Dreamliner, says Richard Aboulafia, Vice President, Analysis at Teal Group Corporation.
Noel Tagoe, executive director at the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), says what happened at Tesco was an "easy" mistake, as it used historical data to overestimate volumes, which had been falling.
European shares closed higher on Thursday tracking a rally in the U.S., as better-than-expected economic data helped ease fears over lackluster corporate earnings.
CEO of Kingfisher says Tesco is still a very important company for the UK and it can be turned around.