LONDON, July 28- "The world of energy may have changed forever," according to Professor James Hamilton of the University of California. "Hundred dollar oil is here to stay." Hamilton, who is one of the most respected economists writing about oil, made his bold prediction in a paper on "The Changing Face of World Oil Markets", published on July 20.» Read More
Forecasting where the markets might be headed next, since dividend yields are higher than average for the S&P 500 right now, with Danielle Hughes, Divine Capital and Adam Parker, Morgan Stanley. "We think the economy is going to grow at a low, 2% channel for a long time," says Parker.
Discussing today's weak job data, Egan Jones' downgrade on Italy and a market outlook of the U.S. economy, with John Browne, Euro Pacific Capital and Larry McDonald, Newedge Group.
Kevin Caron, Stifel Nicholas strategist, weighs in on the state of the U.S. economy and the importance of the last hour of today's trading session.
If you were advising President Obama right now what would you suggest? Marc Morial, National Urban League president and CEO and Ron Christie, Christie Strategies founder and CEO, share perspective.
Was there any silver lining in today's jobs reports? Joe Lavorgna, Deutsche Bank chief U.S. economist and CNBC's Steve Liesman, offer insight.
The "Power Lunch" crew reacts to statements made by Republican Presidential Nominee Mitt Romney on President Obama's policies and also offer insight on where today's stock market stands since the weak jobs report this morning.
Michael Shea, Direct Access Partners, makes predictions for June's market action and discusses the IMF's "in-house" contingency plans. "If we get really funky numbers tomorrow, you can expect the market to trade off," says Shea.
Discussing whether weak market performance in May is an indicator for what's ahead, with Joshua Brown, Fusion Analytics; Dan Genter, RNC Genter Capital Management CEO & CIO; and CNBC's Amanda Drury.
Discussing the Dow's weak performance this May, with Josh Brown, Fusion Analytics; Nathan Bachrach, The Financial Network Group CEO; and CNBC's "Closing Bell" crew.
Dennis Gartman, The Gartman Letter, explains why investors should return to the sidelines and forecasts where gold is headed.
CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" team weighs in on the 10-year Treasury yield now sitting at a new record low of 1.659%, and the stocks to watch today.
Edward Lazear, Stanford University professor and former Bush economist, shares perspective on the worries over the looming fiscal cliff.
The euro is hitting its lowest level since July 2010. Discussing the impact the weak euro has on the global economy, with Larry McDonald, Newedge Group and John Spallanzani, GFI Group.
Douglas Yearley, Toll Brothers CEO, discusses his company's earnings data and the state of the housing market.
The FMHR crew shares their final trades of the hour, including a short on the euro and long on Apple.
What can investors expect from tomorrow's market? Jeffrey Davis, Lee Munder Capital Group; Brian Perry, Hennessy Large Growth Fund; and Brian Jacobsen, Wells Fargo Advantage Funds, offer insight.
Omar Ishrak, Medtronic chairman and CEO, shares perspective on global health care systems and the next steps for his company in emerging markets.
Ellen Pao, a partner at Kleiner Perkins, is suing the firm for sexual harassment and discrimination. CNBC's Jon Fortt reports on the details of the lawsuit.
Will shares of Fusion-io bounce back? The FMHR traders weigh in with the play and discussing Dell's downside risks ahead of today's earnings after the bell, with Brian Marshall, ISI Group.
Paul Palmieri, Millennial Media co-founder, president and CEO discusses advertising in the mobile space versus on the PC. "The 5 times click through rate that mobile ads see versus online is voting in favor of mobile," says Paul Palmieri.