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David Bradbury, Assistant Treasurer of Australia, says there is still room for the RBA to cut rates further. He also deconstructs Treasurer of Australia Wayne Swan's comments and the budget expectations stating that mining boom will continue while jobs remain the key focus.
A new study finds that taking care of their family's needs is impeding women's ability to save for retirement.
Apple is a value stock and not a growth stock, says Enis Taner, Global Macro Editor at RiskReversal.com.
How the Gap is staging a comeback, with CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
You might think that being a stay-at-home mom is a choice. In fact, many moms are staying at home with their kids because they can't afford to work.
A new study finds that many graduates feel overqualified yet underprepared to make the transition from school to work.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen looks ahead to what are likely to be next week's top business and financial stories.
The summer job market looks relatively sunny, including for young entrepreneurs. But teen job seekers will be competing with older workers for seasonal slots.
Discussing whether home ownership could be driving unemployment higher, with Lindsey Piegza, financial economist, and Brian Wesbury, First Trust Advisors.
BATON ROUGE, La.-- First-time claims for unemployment insurance in Louisiana for the week ending May 4 decreased from the previous week's total. The state labor department figures released Friday show the initial claims decreased to 2,466 from the previous week's total of 2,541. For the comparable week a year earlier, there were 3,124 initial claims.
Carl Icahn, chairman of Icahn Enterprises, says the PC business is going down, but still there is lots of potential in synergies.
Discussing whether you should be bullish or bearish on Hewlett-Packard, with the FMHR team.
Adam Parker, chief U.S. equity strategist at Morgan Stanley, and Vincent Reinhart, managing director & chief U.S. economist at Morgan Stanley, discuss whether the economy justifies the stock market at record highs.
Kirk McDonald, PubMatic president explains why he is not interested in hiring new college graduates without the ability to write code. And, CNBC's Jon Fortt has the detail on where to get a crash course in coding.
CNBC's Steve Liesman talks with Treasury Secretary Jack Lew about the markets hitting record highs despite high unemployment, and the disconnect between short and long-term job creation.
*Employment up 12,500 in April after 54,500 loss in March. Jobless rate stays at 7.2 pct; had been 7.0 pct in Feb. OTTAWA, May 10- The Canadian economy in April recovered 12,500 of the 54,500 jobs estimated to have been lost in March, but the unemployment rate stayed at 7.2 percent, Statistics Canada reported on Friday.
Deborah Wince-Smith, President & CEO of the U.S. Council on Competitiveness is very optimistic about the competitiveness of America's workforce. She says talent-driven innovation is the most important driver of competitiveness going forward.
*Treasury sells $16 bln in 30- years at high yield of 2.980 pct. NEW YORK, May 9- U.S. Investors are "expecting maybe it's time for equities to correct," said Dimitri Delis, interest-rate strategist at BMO Capital Markets in Chicago, citing the oft-heard expression "sell in May, go away."
*Treasury sells $16 bln in 30- years at high yield of 2.980 pct. NEW YORK, May 9- Prices for U.S. Investors are "expecting maybe it's time for equities to correct," said Dimitri Delis, interest-rate strategist at BMO Capital Markets in Chicago, citing the expression "sell in May, go away."
Jeff Gundlach, DoubleLine Capital CEO & CIO, says anything with a yield on it will be more valuable going forward.