Greg Ip, U.S. Economics Editor, The Economist, and CNBC's Rick Santelli, look ahead to what Bernanke is likely to say next week following the Fed meeting.» Read More
Despite demand for gold falling to 17 percent in the second quarter compared to the same period in 2010, the World Gold Council says that full-year demand will increase because of a rush to safe haven assets as market volatility has ramped up.
"The environment for food retailing is pretty good in Australia at the moment. We are attracting around two million more customers into our stores every week," Richard Goyder, chief executive at Wesfarmers, told CNBC.
"We have had a lot of volatility on the retail sales data because of the Royal Wedding and the number of public holidays. The June data was quite positive, so I think a small increase again in July is an encouraging sign," Stephane Deo, head of european economic research at UBS, told CNBC.
Insight on a flat day on Wall Street as investors are getting a break from extreme volatility, with Mort Zuckerman, U.S. News & World Report, and Brian Kelly, Brian Kelly Capital.
The Obama administration has focused on quick fixes that have done little to fix the intractable problems facing the U.S. economy, Stamford Economics Professor Edward Lazear told CNBC Wednesday.
Worried about managing your portfolio in these volatile time? John Hailer, Natixis Global Asset Management president/CEO says investors need to be diversified and budget risk. Insight on how to navigate the markets, with Byron Wien, Blackstone Advisory Partners vice chairman.
Paul Gambles, Managing Partner at MBMG International is convinced that there will be more periods of market volatility going forward. The worst is not over, he says.
Caterpillar CEO Doug Oberhelman said if President Barack Obama is serious about job creation, he should start with getting free-trade agreements signed with Panama, Colombia, and South Korea.
Larry Mocha, Air Power Systems Company; Elizabeth Lunney, ABC Language Exchange, and Elizabeth Charnock, Cataphora, discuss the state of small business owners in America today.
John Browne, Euro Pacific Capital, and Dan Greenhaus, BTIG, discuss where the economy is headed after consumer sentiment posted its lowest reading in 30 years Friday.
Discussing President Obama's meeting with CEOs, and the best ways to play the volatility, with CNBC's Eamon Javers; Craig Columbus, Advanced Equities Asset Management; Robert Pavlik, Banyan Partners; and CNBC's Ron Insana.
We have all the technical conditions for a [market] bounce,Riccardo Ronco, technical analyst at Aviate Global. But he added that the bounce would be short term in nature and that longer term volatility would remain throughout August until a more robust bounce was seen at the end of the month.
Gary Pinge, Regional Head of Consumer & Gaming Research at Macquarie Securities retains his underperform view on Li & Fung due to higher than anticipated cost pressures.
Why people may pullback on luxuries but not on healthy eating, with Ronald Shaich, Panera Bread, and Irwin Simon, Hain Celestial Group.
Dave Thielen, Vice President of Crocs Asia says Crocs will be adding 50 new stores in Asia next year to cope with the growing demand of products.
Discussing whether America has become a nation of pessimists and how it can regain its optimism, with Phillip Swagel, Professor, University of Maryland, Catherine Mann, Professor, Brandeis International Business School
Discussing what's behind today's market rebound, with Jack Caffrey, J.P. Morgan Private Bank; Oscar Carboni, Omni Trading Academy, and John Silvia, Wells Fargo.
Despite all the doom and gloom in the markets, could investor sentiment actually be improving? Jeff Cox, CNBC.com has the details.
The volatility index is impacting the individual investor. Insight with Fredric Tomczyk, TD Ameritrade CEO.
The slump in stock markets this week offers investors an opportunity to make money on good companies dragged down by negative sentiment, an analyst told CNBC on Wednesday.