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CNBC's Mary Thompson reports on the state of JPMorgan since the mess over its trading loss. Stephanie Link, The Street and Ben Pace, Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management, discuss the company's pullback and their sector picks.
Shares of JPMorgan are down an additional 3% since news that the nation's largest bank may have lost $3 billion instead of $2 billion. Jim Rickards, JAC Capital Advisors, weighs in.
Apple has now lost about $104 billion in market cap. Robert Van Batenburg, Apple analyst at Louis Capital Markets and Tavis McCourt, Raymond James, discuss whether the tech giant is tumbling.
China stocks are expected to trade sideways after yesterday's rebound.
The "Squawk on the Street" team discusses Wal-Mart's earnings beat and where shares of Facebook might move after its IPO, with Jeremy Siegel, University of Pennsylvania professor
David Cameron, Britain’s prime minister, will on Thursday warn that the single European currency could unravel in a way that “carries huge risks for everyone” unless the eurozone’s 17 members move rapidly towards full fiscal and political union.
Despite the prevalence of algorithmic trading, some traders are making a tidy profit getting the better of those systems, which can make costly mistakes if they are not set up correctly or if their trading patterns can be understood, the FT reports.
The European Central Bank has reacted to uncertainty over Greece’s future in the eurozone by excluding four of the country’s banks from its regular liquidity providing operations.
Does the recent selloff in gold mark the proverbial beginning of the end for bullion? The jury is still out, but for now, markets are treating the yellow metal as though it is a risk asset but if things get bad enough, it will become one that stores value, analysts say.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer compares other tech IPOs to help investors get a full view on the Facebook IPO.
Discussing whether the global growth concerns could keep the commodity space on ice, with Mad Money host Jim Cramer.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares his view on the markets and several stocks including GM, CAT and MMM.
Kris Jenner, Row Price Health Sciences Fund, discusses opportunities in health care. "Big pharma is improving," he tells CNBC's Fast Money.
Ora.TV is a new digital TV venture that creates video programming for digital distribution. Larry King and Jon Housman, Ora.TV CEO, discuss.
General Motors decided to pull its advertisements from Facebook, saying the business model doesn't work, but Ford is sticking with the social network. Jim Farley, Ford and Todd Haselton, Techno Buffalo, offer insight.
JC Penney is reporting its worst percentage drop in 24 years, with CNBC's Brian Sullivan and Amanda Drury. Jan Rogers Kniffen, J. Rogers Kniffen Worldwide Enterprises founder, discusses re-invigorating the customer to turn the stock around.
Rob Morgan, Fulcrum Securities; Tom Porcelli, RBC Capital Markets; and Gerald Lipkin, Valley National Bank chairman & CEO, share perspective on the housing recovery, banking and the Federal Reserve's latest statements.
Several members of the Federal Reserve indicate QE3 support will be necessary if the recovery falters, reports CNBC's Steve Liesman.
With Europe imploding and the U.S. markets teetering, Ruchir Sharma, Morgan Stanley, offers insight on three emerging markets.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports on statements made by German Chancellor Angela Merkel and European Central Bank President Mario Draghi regarding Greece and the euro zone.