It was a volatile trading day on Wall Street after the FOMC Minutes were released, reports CNBC's Josh Lipton. Discussing the impact from QE on the markets, with Art Hogan, Lazard Capital Markets; Austan Goolsbee, Chicago Booth School of Business; and Mark Olson, Treliant Risk Advisors.» Read More
It was a volatile trading day on Wall Street after the FOMC Minutes were released, reports CNBC's Josh Lipton. Discussing the impact from QE on the markets, with Art Hogan, Lazard Capital Markets; Austan Goolsbee, Chicago Booth School of Business; and Mark Olson, Treliant Risk Advisors.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer dissects the Fed Minutes, saying any person or institution with money is being force-fed equities and this is the reason for amazing returns.
Sen. Rand Paul, U.S. Senator (R-KY), weighs in on the Fed minutes today and his proposed "Audit the Fed" bill last month.
Traders chase both sides of Fed debate. Is this a signature day for the markets? Not clear yet.
Discussing whether today's move is a signal for what's ahead for the markets, with Mark Spellman, Value Line Funds, and Stephanie Link, TheStreet.
Jim Murren, chairman and CEO of MGM Resorts International, weighs in on the firm's expansion plans in the U.S. and Macau, China.
Crude dropped on Wednesday, after data showing a surprise jump in U.S. gasoline stockpiles sparked worries that summer demand could be weaker than expected.
Home sales were essentially flat in April; the big news came in inventory, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
'A number of participants' on the FOMC this month favored slowing the Fed's efforts to maintain record-low long-term interest rates as early as summer.
Find out why the Hamptons could be giving us a clue about the stock market's next move.
Matthew Cheslock, Virtu Financial, shares his view on the trading day.
If it sounds like Fed Chair Ben Bernanke is dancing in his testimony, it's because he is doing rhetorical figure eights in trying to signal where the Fed is going.
Peter Costa, Empire Executions, doesn't think the Fed is going to "do anything different," after listening to Ben Bernanke's testimony today on Capitol Hill.
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CNBC's Steve Liesman provides perspective on Fed Chairman Ben Benanke's testimony today at a Joint Economic Committee hearing on the economic outlook.
Rep. Sean Duffy asks the Fed's Bernanke if from a policy perspective if there a way to negotiate a bipartisan solution to rising health care costs.
Sen. Robert Casey, (D-PA), asks the Fed Chairman if he can see any way to reach a bipartisan solution to reforming the current tax law. The ideal solution is to "broaden the base" and "lower the tax rate," Bernanke said.
Sen. Pat Toomey, (R-PA), is concerned how the markets will react if the Fed decides to suddenly sell its holdings. "There is no risk-free strategy," Bernanke counters, but there are "contingency plans" in place he said.
Sen. Daniel Coats, (R-IN), asks how long-term low rates will impact the nation's growing debt problem. Bernanke says the Fed is keeping "close attention" to the potential problem.
Rep. Loretta Sanchez is concerned tight mortgage lending requirements are making it difficult for the middle-class to become homeowners and forcing them to become renters. "Lending requirements are still too tight," Bernanke agrees.