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Stocks will continue to be “very volatile and shaky,” directed by moves in the European markets, until at least Thursday when President Obama speaks on the economy and jobs, according to Art Cashin, director of floor operations at UBS Financial Services.
Just as talk had begun to intensify about a gold bubble building, the metal got another boost Tuesday when the Swiss National Bank announced measures to decrease the value of the franc.
A comprehensive look at restructuring the economy, with Peter Kaufman, Gordian Group president.
With the Swiss franc tumbling after the central bank's intervention, you need a Plan B for a safe haven. Here's a ranking of your options.
Paul Miller, FBR, managing director of capital markets, analyzes the impact the FHFA mortgage lawsuit against banks may have on the housing market and the economy.
Perspective on European markets and the impact on U.S. investors, with Jeffrey Palma,UBS global equity strategist, and Linda Duessel, Federated, equity market strategist.
The trading buzz on Tuesday's markets, with Arthur Cashin,UBS Financial Services; Sterling Smith, Country Hedging, and Holly Liss, Citi.
Concerns about a global recession is rocking the markets. Do investors go bargain hunting or stay on the sidelines? Insight with Tobias Levkovich, Citi chief U.S. equity strategist.
Discussing how bad the Euro stress really is and what it means for the U.S. investor, with David Donabedian, Atlantic Trust and Mark Dow, Pharo Management.
Given the Swiss National Bank's pegging or linking their currency to the EUR at 1.2000 (+10% from spot), the market is now starting to believe there is a possibility that the Bank of Japan will do something similar with the Japanese yen.
The Fast Money traders with the play on Goldman's downgrade of Dunkin Brands.
The Fast Money traders take a look at what's behind the market sell-off and CNBC's Steve Liesman, Steve Cortes, Patty Edwards, and Brian Kelly weigh in on where the economic safe havens are.
Coffee used to be black-ish water cowboys cooked over an open fire. Now it's dressed up in more bling than a Vegas showgirl and can cost the price of a meal. This new world of coffee has made Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz a wealthy and powerful man. Tonight, he hopes to leverage that position and add a jolt of espresso to the American economy.
European stocks hit another downdraft in the past two days on the realization that the northern European electorate is balking at even the current level of bailouts, let alone discussion of a closer fiscal union.
Tom Cameron, Dividend Growth Advisors, chairman shares his insight into where in the world investors can find growth and some great international plays.
Jamie Cox, Harris Financial Group, managing partner, and Scott Richter, Fifth Third Asset Management, portfolio manager share insight into the height of Wall Street's "fear index," and how a European debt concern is fueling global sell offs.
CNBC's Rick Santelli and Bertha Coombs have an update on the dollar, bonds and gold.
Traders are waiting for President Obama's speech on jobs and also seeing the markets impacted by last week's jobs data, with Alan Valdes, DME Securities.
Tim Seymour, Emerging Money.com and Ron Shah, Geena Ventures share the investment strategy of international traders.
The Squawk on the Street's team shares market information and stocks to watch.