Discussing what sectors they love in the stock market and where they are deploying their cash, with Phil Orlando, Federated chief equity strategist, and John Rutledge, SAFANAD chief investment strategist.» Read More
Tim Seymour, Fast Money contributor, explains why Samsung is the "Apple" of emerging markets. Meanwhile, Bernstein downgraded Sprint to "underperform" Monday. CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on the likelihood of a Sprint default.
The weak U.S. dollar drives coal and steel up, with the Fast Money team. Dennis Gartman, of the Gartman Letter, offers his view on wheat, soybeans and corn after they took a hit. And Rob Kapito, president of BlackRock, explains how to invest in a volatile world.
Discussing whether you should buy or sell Citi, with the Fast Money traders.
Banks are concerned about the future of IPO revenues, reports CNBC's Kate Kelly. And James Lee, of Credit Agricole, takes a look at Facebook's financial estimates and anticipated valuation.
CNBC guests offer their views on the markets and economy.
Despite the market hitting multi-year highs, Jim Paulsen, Wells Capital Mgmt. and Tim Freeman, Elevation LLC, discuss why a slowdown could be due.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. In the energy complex, Brent was down, but WTI was up. And Valero announces it's shutting a refinery in Aruba.
Checking in on the current state of the markets and where the economy is headed this week, with Steve Neimeth, SunAmerica Asset Mgmt. portfolio manager and Anthony Chan, JPMorgan Private Wealth Mgmt. chief economist.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports the probability of a European default in the next three years, according to the CNBC Fed Survey. Also, CNBC's Ross Westgate weighs in.
Discussing why his company's portfolio does not include shares of Apple, with Andrew Wellington, Lyrical Asset Management CIO, who also shares his investment strategy, with Jeff Keswin Lyrical Partners.
Discussing whether future oil price gains will prove unsustainable and create risks for the economy, with Francisco Blanch, BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research.
CNBC's Steve Liesman breaks down the details of the CNBC Federal Reserve survey for March regarding the probability of a U.S. recession in 2012.
Stocks closed flat on Friday but major indices posted the best week since last December; investors are eyeing Apple again as the company announces it will hold a conference call to discuss the outcome of the tech giant's cash balance; traders will also be watching the ten-year as yields climb and prices fall, and analysts are concerned that oil prices could hinder economic growth, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.
Blackstone is set to take control of 100 million euros worth of commercial property loans owned by Société Générale as the French bank pushes to shed its exposure to global real estate. The FT reports.
Greece’s caretaker prime minister insists that a “large, silent majority” of Greeks are willing to do whatever is needed to stay in the eurozone, despite near-daily anti-austerity demonstrations. The FT reports.
The rally of the past few weeks has a high probability of continuing with an upside target near $125/barrel.
All three major averages posted impressive gains this week, but will the rally continue? Phil Orlando, Federated Investors, and Dan Fitzpatrick, Stock Market Mentor, weigh in.
Debating whether mounting consumer debt will take the markets down, with Michael Pento, Pento Portfolio Strategies president, and CNBC's Larry Kudlow.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains how investors can profit from unrecognized component makers for Apple; companies like Broadcom and Skyworks Solutions.