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Larry Fink, chairman and CEO of BlackRock, said that "kicking the can down the road could cause lasting damage to consumer confidence and CEO behavior in terms of job creation."
Discussing the market's surge today as a debt deal nears, is Amy Wu, RBC Capital Markets; Rob Morgan, Fulcrum Securities; Peter Anderson, Congress Asset Management; and CNBC's Rick Santelli.
CNBC's Dominic Chu looks at three stocks to watch tomorrow, including Goldman Sachs, Google and Chipotle Mexican Grill, which both report after the close.
CNBC's Steve Liesman digs into the Fed's Beige Book report on the economy. The impact of the shutdown is unknown at this time, according to the Fed.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin of UBS discuss why there was a triple-digit move in the market today, ahead of a debt deal in Washington.
Alison Deans, Varick Asset Management, says the uncertainty in Washington is hurting our global credibility and will ultimately affect our cost of funds. But the economy is strong, if we can get past the DC drama, Deans adds. Michael Santoli, Yahoo! Finance, weighs in.
Art Cashin, of UBS, discusses the debt deal, how the market will react and the procedural problems in the Senate.
Erik Ristuben, Russell Investments, and Jack Ablin, BMO Private Bank, provide perspective as the markets await a deal in Washington. "Expect equities to go up" Ristuben adds.
Peter Esho, Chief Market Analyst at Invast Financial says markets will shift their focus away from the U.S. debt ceiling towards third-quarter corporate earnings.
Marie Owens Thomsen, Senior Economist & Strategist, Credit Agricole Private Banking explains why structural issues are much more concerning than the current U.S. debt debacle.
With a deadline hanging over Congress, stocks could be whipped by headlines from Washington but should ultimately be able to limp through the drama.
Once a deal in Washington passes, how will the markets react? Jack Bouroudjian, Bull & Bear Partners, and Jim Iuorio, TJM Institutional Services, share their forecasts.
Adrian Mowat, Managing Director, Chief Asian & EM Equity Strategist at J.P. Morgan says the latest debt wrangling will significantly affect the U.S in terms of managing its finances.
TiVo CEO Tom Rogers TiVo's efforts to simplify the television experience, and the opportunity he sees with Netflix. "Netflix has great content, we define the entirety of the experience," he explains.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer speaks to Domino's CEO Patrick Doyle about its latest quarter, and just how fast the company is growing. "Our earnings at the store level are up 5 years in a row," he says.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer looks back on Tuesday's market action. Fitch placed U.S. debt on a negative ratings watch. Cramer looks at the different groups of "non-sellers."
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports Twitter will be spending October 30th in New York City, among other cities in October and November. The Twitter IPO is slated for November 15th.
"Thank goodness I've owned gold in terms of Yen," explains Dennis Gartman of The Gartman Letter. He says he thinks investors should own steel stocks.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports that the NYSE is grateful for Twitter's decision to list its IPO on the index.
CNBC's Jon Fortt provides comments from Intel's earnings call. Intel management says the debt limit issue needs to be fixed.