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Odds are the stock market will have a pretty good fourth quarter after it begins on Wednesday, but it's almost certain to be a volatile one.
Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services says geopolitical concerns have markets on edge. Brazil's upcoming elections weigh.
Unrest in Hong Kong is spooking markets for fear it could escalate, challenging Beijing to make a measured political response.
The Fed will likely start raising interest rates in mid-2015, but so slowly that rates will end the year at just 0.55 percent, a new study suggests.
Though U.S. stocks shaved morning declines, the stock market still appears weak, says veteran trader Art Cashin.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses bond prices and yields.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss Monday's drop and recovery. Turmoil around the world could cause an influx into the US markets, he says.
The Chicago Fed president says it should be "quite some time" before it's appropriate to start increasing interest rates from their near-zero levels.
BlackRock senior director Peter Fisher, shares his opinions on Pimco founder Bill Gross' exit from the company.
Discussing the current market environment, with Peter Fisher, Dartmouth Tuck School of Business, and Richard Bernstein, Richard Bernstein Advisors CEO.
Lloyds Banking Group said it had dismissed eight staff following an investigation into the submission of benchmark interest rates.
Scott Shellady, CEO of Bull Reef Brokerage at TJM Investments, says the U.S. is not "doing so well" and that the Fed is "in trouble". He advises being long stocks and bonds.
The dollar's three-month rally took a breather on Monday on nervousness over Beijing's response to democracy protests in Hong Kong.
Anthony O'Brien, co-head of European rates strategy at Morgan Stanley, discusses what to expect from the European Central Bank meeting on Thursday and whether President Mario Draghi will move closer to full-blown quantitative easing.
Although economists have cut their estimates for third-quarter U.S. GDP growth, they see the economy growing steadily going forward.
Falling crude oil prices may have tempered inflation risks in India, but don't expect the country's central bank to ease monetary policy anytime soon.
On one side of the Atlantic they're trying to refill the punchbowl. On the other they're getting ready to take it away.
Carmen Segarra, former NY Fed examiner, recorded 46 hours of conversations at the New York Fed and Goldman Sachs, revealing deference to banks.
Rep. Mark Meadows introduced legislation that would ban federal employees from looking at porn during work, reports the Fiscal Times.
Discussing GDP data that says the U.S. economy expanded by 4.6 percent in Q2, and where Q3 forecasts are tracking, with Christopher Thornberg, Beacon Economics principal; Christopher Low, FTN Financial chief economist; and CNBC's Steve Liesman.
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