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CNBC's Maria Bartiromo shares her observation on what Janet Yellen's testimony means for the markets and economy.
Fed Chair nominee Janet Yellen says she understands savers are hurt by low interest rates.
Are there signs of asset bubbles across the U.S. economy? Fed Chair nominee Janet Yellen says some real estate markets are seeing private investors come in to invest often with all cash. "These are some of the hardest hit markets," she says.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) asks Fed Chair nominee Janet Yellen if the Fed's supervisory responsibilities helped lead to the crash in 2008.
"We can't have normal rates, unless the economy is normal," explains Fed Chair nominee Janet Yellen. Pursuing a policy of low rates to get the economy moving, will best enable the Fed to normalize policy and get rates back to normal levels over time," she says.
Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) asks Fed Chair nominee Janet Yellen about the impact of low interest rates on the economy, and the wealth effect.
"Stock prices have risen robustly," says Fed Chair nominee Janet Yellen. She answers whether stock prices reflect an equity bubble, and if there is a Federal role to support the stock market.
Fed Chair nominee Janet Yellen says it is "critically important to the economic performance of the U.S." to allow a central bank to be independent.
Fed Chair nominee Janet Yellen explains why she thinks the economy will have a "very meaningful improvement in capital standards" because of Dodd-Frank.
Fed Chair nominee Janet Yellen addresses the questions around the studies for too big to fail subsidies.
After numerous critical Tweets, JPMorgan cancels their planned Q&A session with investment banker Jimmy Lee. The "Squawk on the Street" team discusses the fiasco.
David Marshall, senior analyst at CreditSights, explains why Japanese banks' strong results are not sustainable and expects margin squeeze in the short term and continued weak loan growth.
Morgan Stanley hopes to expand its $500 million share buyback program, said CEO James Gorman, adding that not doing so would be a disappointment.
In an exclusive interview, James Gorman, Morgan Stanley Chairman and CEO describes the bank's transformation since the financial crisis.
In an exclusive interview, James Gorman, Chairman and CEO of Morgan Stanley says the fact that tapering is looming as the U.S. economy is recovers is good news.
A scaling back of the Federal Reserve's stimulus program can be expected in the next couple of months, Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman said.
Are asset managers like Blackrock and Fidelity following the lead of some big banks by being too big to fail? CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports the details.
Regulators are zeroing in on the mega-asset managers, which have largely been absent from the recession blame game—until now.
Influential CLSA analyst Mike Mayo has criticized Bank of America and its leadership for "unfocused strategy and muddled metrics."
Digging into some of the rules of "progressive capitalism," with Cambridge University Chancellor Lord David Sainsbury. He discusses whether he expects pushback on the push for reform.
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