Discussing complacency in the U.S. stock market, and central bank policy in Europe, with Vadim Zlotnikov, AllianceBernstein chief market strategist.» Read More
Shares of Apple hit another all-time high today and the stock has gone from $500 to $600 in one month. Robbert Van Batenburg, Louis Capital Market head of research, discusses his rare sell call on the company.
Insight on why Kevin Sterling, BB&T transportation analyst, has upped his price target on FedEx from $95 to $110 ahead of the shipping company's Q3 earnings release tomorrow.
CNBC's Mandy Drury says the European markets appear to have a flat close Wednesday.
Shares of oil are rising near $107 after U.S. crude supplies declined, with Jeff Kilburg, Treasury Curve senior development director. Peter Nesvold, Jefferies analyst, anticipates an earnings announcement from FedEx.
Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner says the economy is still suffering from collateral damage from the housing crisis.
The cast of "Mad Men" celebrates Season 5 at the NYSE. Jon Feltheimer, CEO of Lions Gate Entertainment, and Matt Weiner, AMC's "Mad Men," creator, offer insight.
CNBC's Jim Cramer shares his view on the markets ahead of today's trading session.
Wilbur Ross, of WL Ross & Co., offers perspective on banking, equities and natural gas. And Rebecca Patterson, JP Morgan Asset Management, encourages investors to take advantage of easy monetary policy by taking risk: "We're looking to emerging market debt," she says.
After China fears caused investors to pause yesterday, CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis offers a look forward to the U.S. markets.
Europe's sovereign debt crisis has shown that no asset is 100 percent safe and may be positive for the Middle East, which is also benefiting from an increase in the price of oil, analysts told CNBC Wednesday.
Europe's crisis has shown that no asset is 100 percent sure and this may be positive for the Middle East, but challenges still remain for the region, David Riley head of sovereign ratings at Fitch Ratings and Philippa Malmgren president and founder at Principalis Asset Management, told CNBC.
Michael Ozanian, Forbes, and Stephen Weiss, Fast Money contributor, discuss whether concerns over a Chinese economic slowdown are justified, and how you can protect your portfolio.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer says this weekend's performance of "The Hunger Games" will have huge implications for Lions Gate Entertainment.
Western Gas Partners estimates that 77% of its 2012 gross margins come from its liquid-rich plays. Don Sinclair, Western Gas Partners CEO, shares insight on earnings, with Mad Money host Jim Cramer.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains why now is the time to buy Cliffs Natural, the largest producer of iron-ore pellets in North America. Joseph Carrabba, Cliffs Natural chairman, president & CEO, also weighs in.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains how the VIX measures fear and complacency in the market.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer says the China slowdown story will continue since the country remains worried about inflation. That's why Cramer suggests investors should bet on the U.S. instead.
More companies are leasing space; prices are up; and vacancies are down, with Colin Dyer, president & CEO of Jones Lang LsSalle.
Michael Burns, of Lions Gate Entertainment, explains why "Hunger Games" is the most highly anticipated movie since Twilight. The Fast Money traders also discuss "second-derivative" plays off of the "Hunger Games" trilogy.
Renren, known as the Facebook of China, has seen a 50% pop year-to-date. Joseph Chen, Renren CEO, says Facebook's IPO will boost social media investments overall.