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Lee Partridge, Salient Partners, and Mark Okada, Highland Capital, share their top defensive and offensive picks amid market volatility.
Richard Clarida, executive vice president and global strategic advisor at Pimco, discusses how the bond market is "recalibrating", and trading will remain "sloppy" so long as Fed continues with "this kind of communication".
Charles Beazley, CEO of Nikko Asset Management, talks about how the tapering discussion has been received in Japan and how retail investors have not changed their long term thinking.
Peter Oppenheimer, European equities strategist at Goldman Sachs, tells CNBC that equities are still the only asset class that offers a reasonable enough valuation to generate a decent return.
Tom Kloet, CEO of TMX Group, discusses whether the Fed's criticisms of market action reflect a loss of hope that central banks can determine the outcome.
Brendan Brown, Head of Research, Mitsubishi UFJ Securities International says there is a big risk of contagion from the emerging market debt sell-off to Europe.
David Dietze, President & Chief Investment Strategist at Point View Wealth Management, says the Fed's employment mandate is the reason why equity investors can take hope and bond investors won't lose everything.
Is the Fed really tying its policies to the economic numbers, or has it already made up its mind? Steve Stanley, Pierpont Securities, and David Goldman, Macrostrategy, share their opinions.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports stocks slumped to a 2-month low today; and where market opportunities are in the market correction, with CNBC contributor Carol Roth; Warren Meyers, DME Securities; and David Goldman, Macrostrategy.
Whether it was a comment likening Wall Street to a runaway herd of feral pigs that did it, Fed officials managed to slightly rein in rising rates Monday.
A primer on what is spooking financial markets from Wall Street to Shanghai as investors worry that it may be too early to wean the global economy off easy-money policies.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor reacts to Speaker John Boehner's comments on the market selloff and Fed policies, energy bills, job creation and the NSA scandal.
The Boston Fed is holding its two-day symposium for bank executives to prepare for their stress tests. CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports the stress tests will examine how banks would weather a spike in rates.
Discussing what is moving the market, with Ed Butowsky, Chapwood Investments; Peter Andersen, Congress Asset Management Company; David Sowerby, Loomis Sayles & Co.; and Kenny Polcari, O'Neil Securities.
The euro hit session highs on Monday, rallying from nearly three week lows, in tandem with U.S. stocks paring their losses and commodities gaining sharply.
The FMHR traders have the play on today's market volatility, while CNBC's Steve Liesman says the markets are getting it wrong on the Fed's upbeat message. And Andres Garcia-Amaya explains why he's adjusting the way he invests as interest rates rise.
CNBC's Josh Lipton and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss today's Treasury sell-off. "It looks like money's getting parked in cash," he says, "People are that worried."
Laurent Fransolet, head of European interest rates strategy at Barclays, says the sell-off in 10-year U.S. Treasurys is nearly over, and that yields will stabilize within the next few months.
A senior Federal Reserve policymaker renewed his call for the central bank to hold interest rates near zero until the jobless rate hits 5.5 percent.
US government bond prices bounced back, with yields falling from near two-year highs, though investors remained nervous that the Fed could soon pare back its bond purchase program.
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