Martin Schulz, Managing Director, International Equity at PNC Capital Advisors, says China's growth rate could come in below 7 percent since structural reforms need time to take effect.» Read More
Tony Nash, Managing Director, IHS Global Services says he does not think that 8.1% growth in the first quarter implies a hard landing for China.
The “Mad Money” host explains why investors are able to refocus on investing in individual stocks.
The Fast Money traders discuss the higher-than-expected "whisper numbers" on China's GDP and whether the rumor of strong data fueled Thursday's strong rally in U.S. markets. Also, an update on Apple and Google's after-hours trading.
If you have high hopes for the upcoming China GDP report, this strategist has a trade for you.
How to trade China's GDP number, with Andy Busch, BMO Capital Markets. Credit Suisse increased its price target for Apple from $700 to $750 and Qualcomm from $70 to $80, with Kulbinder Garcha, Credit Suisse managing director.
Hans Goetti, Chief Investment Officer Asia, Finaport says China's Q1 GDP numbers, due out on Friday, will likely come in below 7% and prompt the PBOC to unveil further interest rate & RRR cuts.
President Obama’s recent criticism of the Republican budget plan misses the mark, former Reagan economic advisor Art Laffer told Larry Kudlow Thursday.
Phillip Chan, Director, Shenyin Wanguo Securities explains why he thinks investors should not read too much into the difference between the official and HSBC's PMI numbers. Paul Bloxham, Chief Economist for Australia & NZ, HSBC however, expressed skepticism over China's official PMI figures.
Economic conditions are likely to pick up enough so that the Federal Reserve will need to begin raising interest rates in 2013, Richmond Federal Reserve Chairman Jeffrey Lacker told CNBC.
Matthew Circosta, Economist, Moody's Analytics discusses what he thinks will drive Japan's economy for the rest of the year. He adds that Japan's revision of its sales tax is a "necessary evil" in order to expand its revenue base.
Dipping consumer confidence lifts the dollar and a downward growth revision hits the pound - time for your FX Fix.
Joseph LaVorgna, Deutsche Bank chief U.S. economist, discusses why he thinks the U.S. is still the best global bet, despite new concerns about slowing global growth. Also, the Fast Money crew weigh in with the trade on housing stocks.
Manufacturing reports are disappointing investors, and this strategist has a plan to trade the mood with currencies.
"Europe's going to change its position," Enda Kenny, the Irish Taoiseach, told CNBC, "and instead of talking about catastrophes, defaults, the end of the euro and the break-up of the euro zone, we are now talking about a constructive future where growth and jobs are center to every agenda and every conference from now on."
A preview of what investors can expect from the FOMC meeting today, the Fed's bond-buying program, and how it could impact your portfolio, with Robert Heller, former Federal Reserve governor, and CNBC's Steve Liesman and Kelly Evans.
CNBC's Kelly Evans reports on a slew of economic data due to be released this week.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports the latest detail on the U.S. economic outlook from the Commonfund Forum in Orlando, Florida, with John Lipsky, IMF frm first deputy managing director, discussing the financial details of the Greek bailout deal, saying, "Greece must implement competitive and structural reforms."
Greek concerns persist and Australian GDP disappoints - it's time for your FX Fix.
CNBC's Martin Soong with a preview of Tuesday's Asian markets and a look at whether the latest concerns about China's lowered growth projections are overdone, with David Riedel, Riedel Research Group, and Geoffrey Dennis, Citi Global Emerging Markets equity strategist.
Discussing Street sage, Laszlo Birinyi's bullish call of 1700 for the S&P, with Mark Matson, Matson Money CEO, and Jason Pride, Glenmede director of investment strategy.