NEW YORK, Dec 3- U.S. Treasuries prices rose on Tuesday, bolstered by two bouts of bond purchases from the Federal Reserve and a slump in Wall Street stocks partly on worries about the Federal Reserve reducing stimulus sooner than some traders think.» Read More
General Electric gained 1 percent to $24.02 and was the second most actively traded stock on the New York Stock Exchange.
Larry Hatheway, chief economist at UBS Investment Bank, says the Nikkei's corrections are due to the fact that a lot of Japanese assets are going through a "fundamental revision" in their valuation.
Chris Zwermann, global strategist at Zwermann Financial, says the EUR/USD will rise as the euro is oversold and the U.S. will prevent a higher dollar to avoid deflation.
Summer kicked off strong on Wall Street after upbeat housing and consumer confidence data, with CNBC's Seema Mody. Adam Parker, Morgan Stanley, provides perspective.
George Selgin, professor of economics at the University of Georgia, explains how deflation can be a good thing, if caused by improved production techniques and costs rather than by shrinking demand.
Steven Englander, Citibank's G10 FX strategy global head, discusses how curbing the Fed's current stimulus program will impact bonds and currencies.
Jacques Cailloux, chief European economist at Nomura and Tobias Blattner, euro area economist at Daiwa Capital Markets, discuss the expected rate cut at the ECB and what further measures could be taken.
CNBC's Steve Liesman has the results on what Fed-watchers are expecting from the two-day FOMC meeting. And, Jim Dunigan, PNC Wealth Management, discusses whether the Fed's policy will prompt inflation or deflation.
Arthur Cashin, UBS Financial Services, explains why investors are seeing a rebound in equities and gold today.
Arthur Cashin, UBS Financial Services, explains why he believes there's a strong sense of deflation entering the economy.
Jane Foley, senior currency strategist at Rabobank, says the Bank of Japan's monetary policy could work as it set its target with deflation and not inflation as previously tried in the U.K.
Hiroshi Watanabe, President & CEO at Japan Bank for International Cooperation is optimistic on Japan markets with Shinzo Abe at the helm and Haruhiko Kuroda at the BOJ. He expects the inflation rate and wages to rise.
The Bank of Japan unveiled sweeping changes to its monetary policy, making clear that it will do all it can to achieve a 2 percent inflation target. But is that enough?
Simon Derrick, chief currency strategist, BNY Mellon, discusses the Bank of Japan's Governor's pledge to do "whatever it takes" to end deflation and says there's only so much central bankers can do.
Falling consumer prices highlighted how challenging it could be for Japan to achieve the 2 percent inflation target, which analysts say is unlikely anytime soon.
Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said the central bank will seek to push down yields across the curve by purchasing longer-dated government bonds, underscoring its resolve to aggressively beat deflation.
CNBC's Rick Santelli explains why he is taking aim at Japanese government bonds.
Ed Rogers, Chairman at Barbour Griffith & Rogers tells CNBC that Japan's goal is to create inflation and that the Abe government will find a way to make it happen.
Henry Blodget, Business Insider CEO & editor-in-chief, weighs in on the "new way to wage war" and what the United States should do to protect itself from hackers.
Henry Blodget, Business Insider CEO & editor-in-chief, weighs in on Einhorn's case against Apple, the FBI's investigation of potential insider trading in Heinz, and Dell going private.