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What to make of the deal between ConAgra Foods and Ralcorp, and its impact on the oil market, with Jeff Kilburg of Killir Kapital. "Brent crude is now the most traded commodity future in the world," he explains.
Is the consumer oblivious to the cliff? CNBC's Steve Liesman has the details.
President Obama is meeting with small business leaders from around the country this afternoon, reports CNBC's John Harwood.
David Blitzer, managing director and chairman of the S&P 500 Index Committee at Standard & Poor's, offers insight on rising home prices.
ConAgra to buy Ralcorp for $4.95 billion, special dividends are on the rise, Greece finally gets a bailout deal, and Warren Buffett has his own opinion about who should be Treasury Secretary.
Roger Altman, Evercore Partners, says a solution to the fisal cliff would inject the markets with confidence.
If gold is unable to break through the $1,800 resistance level, it may fall back towards $1,575.
Are Afghans perfectly capable of defending themselves like the President says they are? Bing West, Former Assistant Secretary of Defense, weighs in. "President Obama has an uphill climb ahead of him if he going to get back to a position of power in the Israel-Arab dynamic," he says.
Discussing whether it is possible to rise above the partisanship, and to produce a fiscal deal that will help the country grow, with Senator Tom Coburn M.D. (R-OK). "We ought to be talking about the realistic goals of the President, and his plans for entitlement reform," he says.
CNBC's Robert Frank offers the details of Warren Buffett's op-ed in the New York Times today, where he argued once again that the rich pay a lower tax rate than the middle class.
Discussing the looming fiscal cliff, with Peter Fisher, BlackRock's Fixed Income Group. "If they come up with a framework by December 20th, that would be a good outcome, but I don't think it will be a bill signed with all the details," he says.
Thinking of buying fallen tech stocks like Research in Motion, Hewlett-Packard, or Nokia because they've become great values? Listen to this history lesson from Jim Cramer on "Mad Money." (3:36)
Metro Bank is the first new bank in Britain since 1830 and vice chairman and co-founder Vernon Hill discusses how his firm operates and its competition. "Retailing today has to be about fun, and there is no reason banking cannot be fun," he says.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer takes a close look at shares of FedEx, and explains why it's time to buy the stock.
Ross Stores has a terrific growth story, explains Mad Money host Jim Cramer.
China's manufacturing expanded for the first time in 13 months in November, explains Mad Money host Jim Cramer, and he also discusses other market moving catalysts to look out for.
What to expect from Congress in the next few weeks amid fiscal cliff concerns with Dennis Gartman, The Gartman Letter; and trades that hit, or missed, with the Fast Money traders.
Euro zone finance ministers are reaching an agreement with the IMF to cut Greek debt to 123 percent of GDP in 2020. Amelia Bourdeau, Westpac Institutional Bank, discusses how currency traders are playing the euro now.
According to this weekend's Barron's, Hain Celestial is facing trouble. Hain Celestial CEO Irwin Simon, provides perspective. "There is no trouble in tea land," he says.
Which tablet retailers are likely to fare best this holiday season, with CNBC's Jon Fortt; and the Fast Money traders break down today's market pops and drops.