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CNBC's Steve Liesman reports on statements made by Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer.
David Zervos, Jefferies chief market strategist, and Michael Feroli, JPMorgan chief U.S. economist, discuss the latest economic data, the strong dollar and the outlook on the markets.
Roger Altman, Evercore Partners founder, shares his thoughts on the markets and what the economic trends are showing.
CNBC's Dominic Chu takes a look at where the markets stand so far this year and which sectors are leading the pack.
U.S. stock markets looked set for a flat to slightly lower open on Friday, as investors digested the second read on first quarter growth.
Traders are hoping for a positive open to June trading after the Dow turned in its second straight negative week Friday.
Cramer says that even though President Obama has made it clear the US can no longer be the world's policeman, the country can become the world's arms dealer. Profiting from defense spending.
Markets face a barrage of potential catalysts as the month of June begins, a traditional period of stock market weakness.
In Mad Money's Executive Cut, CEOs cover everything from organic food to train safety with host Jim Cramer.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer discusses the Fed and whether they really should be talking about raising rates. "You don't raise interest rates in a faltering economy," he says.
Wall Street's been soaking in red, but "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer has one signal to watch for that could point to another run.
The "Fast Money" traders give you 5 plays in the biotech sector.
As a selling wave hit stocks Friday, traders chatted up a market factoid that appeared to lay the blame for the decline on month end maneuvers.
Jeff Vink, Tampa Bay Lighting owner, discusses if stock pickers are needed to find growth in this market. Also, the building up city of Tampa.
David Darst, independent investment consultant, discusses what investors should focus on. Keep your eye on the bank stocks, says Darst.
24/7 Wall Street editor Jon Ogg names three stock picks that will stay static for the next decade.
Discussing their top investments right now, with Julie Werner, BetterInvesting; Thomas Vitkowski, Cambridge Unversity Press; and Justin Esgar, app developer.
Gordon Charlop, Rosenblatt Securities, sees upside in the market.
Michael Jackson's "Neverland" is on sale for $100 million, and a Chinese bank is announcing it has begun using ATMs with a facial recognition system for customers, reports CNBC's Kate Rogers.
Dissecting this week's market action, and the trade on bonds, with David Lebovitz, JPMorgan Funds; Meg Green, Meg Green and Associates; and CNBC's Rick Santelli.