Discussing the outlook for earnings and economic data, with Scott Brown, Raymond James, and Christopher Low, FTN Financial.» Read More
Discussing what investors can expect out of the markets this week after the Fed and ECB meetings, and what to expect for the rest of the year, with Jeff Kleintop, LPL Financial chief market strategist, and CNBC Market Analyst Warren Meyers.
Discussing today's top market performers and what to expect for the rest of the year, with Jeff Kleintop, LPL Financial chief market strategist, and Chris Hyzy, U.S. Trust CIO.
Joseph Carson of AllianceBernstein, explains why he thinks the lack of U.S. business investment is the economy's biggest problem right now.
Shares of General Motors are down by 1.5 percent since marketing chief Joel Ewanick resigned. Itay Michaeli, Citi Auto analyst, and Carter Worth, Oppenheimer, break down how to play the stock on this news.
It's summertime for Europe and nothing will stop its leaders from going on "holiday," not even the growing debt crisis. CNBC's Steve Liesman and Nile Gardiner, The Heritage Foundation, weigh in.
The Dow has surged 2 percent in the past 5 days as investors bet on more global bailouts. Debra Borchardt, TheStreet; Dan Greenhaus, BTIG; Kurt Reiman, UBS; and the "Closing Bell" crew provide perspective.
Discussing the state of the markets and what investors can expect from this week's trading, with Mike Shea, Direct Access Partners.
Stocks are sitting fairly flat today, and Peter Atwater, Financial Insyghts president and author of "Moods and Markets," explains why some investors may be feeling the "blues," as well as why we may have reached the end of "me, here, now" consumerism.
As the U.S. continues to discover even more natural gas here, does this signal the end of the nuclear age in the U.S.? Dan Dicker, MercBloc president, and Michael Levi, Council on Foreign Relations senior fellow, weigh in.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on news that Apple and Twitter may be talking and looks at the patent battle between Apple and Samsung, with Ina Fried, All Things Digital.
Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney is overseas hoping to boost his foreign policy credibility, with CNBC's John Harwood.
Concerns about a regulatory clean-up of junk stocks and doubts over whether the economy has bottomed out may continue to dog trading in China on Tuesday.
Tres Knippa, Kenai Capital Management, weighs in on the morning market action.
David Rubenstein, co-founder & managing director of the Carlyle Group, offers insight on Sandy Weill's comments on breaking up the banks.
CNBC's Rick Santelli, Steve Liesman and Scott Nations, Options Action trader, weigh in on the early morning markets and Timothy Geithner's meeting with Germany's finance minister, Wolfgang Schauble.
Richard Haas, Council on Foreign Relations president, weighs in on the euro crisis, health of the global economy and emerging market disappointments.
David Rubenstein, co-founder & managing director of the Carlyle Group, offers insight on Mitt Romney's tax returns, the U.S. tax system and unemployment in America.
The world’s top business leaders are using their visit to the London Olympics to raise tough questions about the coalition’s management of Britain’s stagnant economy and the country’s vulnerability to a euro break-up, the Financial Times reports.
A look at the U.S. markets ahead of the open, with CNBC's Kelly Evans.
Germany’s finance minister ruled out making more concessions to help Greece, on the eve of talks with U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, who has urged euro zone leaders to act, the FT reports.