Apple's growth in China grew 70 percent year-over-year this quarter. Ramon Llamas, IDC, reacts to the tech giant's Chinese expansion.» Read More
David Marcus, Evermore Global Advisors, and Ben Willis, Princeton Securities, react to today's Fed statement and find opportunities in current trading conditions.
Paul Vigna and Michael Casey, "The Age of Cryptocurrency" authors, make the case for Bitcoin as a viable currency in years to come.
Sizing up the Fed, Rick Rieder, BlackRock, says flows matter most and currently there is not enough bonds relative to the demand for income in where policies are going.
Edmund Lee, Re/code managing editor, and Michael Obuchowski, Concert Wealth Management, discuss Apple's recent quarter and whether the iPhone is enough to drive the company's stock higher.
D.R. Barton, Money Map Press; Jack Bouroudjian, Index Financial Partners; Beth Ann Bovino, Standard and Poors; and CNBC's Rick Santelli debate the meaning of today's Fed announcement.
Discusses how the market digested today's Fed statement, with CNBC's Steve Liesman and Rick Santelli.
"Street Signs" hosts Mandy Drury and Brian Sullivan look at 5 stocks with analyst recommendations.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses how the bond market reacts to the Fed News
Scott Mather has turned PIMCO into the top 1 percent of all bond funds after taking over the role of CIO. Mather shares his strategies for success and expectations from the Fed.
Where investors should put their money in 2015? Manisha Thakor, The Bam Alliance, expresses the importance of strategic asset allocation, with CNBC's Sharon Epperson.
Searching for opportunities during a "turbulent" and volatile earnings season, with Eric Marshall, Hodges Small Cap Fund, and Rob McIver, Jensen Quality Growth Fund.
Is Apple too dependent on its iPhone business? Insight, with CNBC's Jon Fortt and Josh Lipton.
CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the action on the two-year Treasury note.
Apple has laid to rest fears that sales would top out and appears to be capturing market share, analysts told CNBC.
Unlike the US, Europe's central banks might actually lose money on their bond buying, says Ron Insana. And what happens then — who bails THEM out?
Mark Haefele, Global Chief Investment Officer, UBS Wealth Management, says that even with the volatility and poor durable goods numbers, lower oil and strong earnings will make this year a good one for the markets.
CNBC's Mary Thompson takes a look at what's moving in early morning trading, including a jump in the Nasdaq after Apple's blowout quarter.
Currency headwinds are overhyped, Earnings Scout's Nick Raich told CNBC. Investors should pay attention to this instead.
CNBC's Jim Cramer is watching shares of Boeing after the aerospace company reported better-than-expected earnings.
U.S. stocks look to rebound today following Apple's blockbuster after-the-bell earnings. Investors are also watching the Fed today as policymakers end their two-day meeting.