Kristina Hooper, Allianz Global Investors, explains why cash is a bad place to be right now for investors. Equities are the place to be in an environment of financial repression, says Hooper.» Read More
David Rubenstein, The Carlyle Group, discusses the widely discusses initiative to promote foreign investments in the United States.
Lanhee Chen, Hoover research fellow, also shares his thoughts on the likely fallout of Congressional oversight of the Federal Reserve.
Russ Koesterich, BlackRock, explains the recent activity in the markets and why he is skeptical of the run up in consumer discretionary data.
Sen. Charles Grassley discusses trade legislation and taking on currency manipulation.
The stark contrast between President Obama and GOP lawmakers on the budget will frame the debate in the evolving 2016 race to elect Obama's successor.
Lindsey Piegza, chief economist at Sterne Agee, says while the U.S. Federal Reserve did remove the word 'patience', they also lowered their growth, inflation and rate forecasts -- a "very crafty move."
Janet Yellen responds to reporters' questions following the Fed rate decision and removal of the word patient from its statement.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen makes her opening statement, saying just because the Fed removed the word "patient" in its guidance for a rate increase, doesn't mean they are going to be "impatient."
CNBC's Rick Santelli reports the latest on bonds and currencies minutes before the Fed statement.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports the Fed removed the code word "patient," saying a rate hike in April is unlikely, and changed its growth outlook.
Jason Furman, CEA chairman, provides reaction to the House's fiscal plan for the 2016 budget. The GOP budget would cut jobs, says Furman.
Rep. Tom Price, (R-Ga.), discusses his proposal to reduce government spending by $5.5 trillion and includes repealing Obamacare.
While markets are not pricing in a June rate hike, the scope of adjustment will be smaller than what happened in 2013, says Manpreet Gill, senior investment strategist at Standard Chartered.
Former Fed Governor, Mark Olson, joins CNBC's Rick Santelli to discuss his expectations on the Federal Open Market Committee.
The 2014 farm bill will prove to be the most expensive ever, largely due to the new subsidies and expanded crop insurance. The Fiscal Times reports.
Mitch Daniels, Purdue University president, discusses how the nation's growing debt is "eating" the discretionary part of the budget and leaving less money for education and things that are important for our economic future.
The push for a first Republican budget plan in nearly a decade is revealing a chasm within the party on spending, the NYT reports.
Republicans will offer their plan to balance the budget within a decade and rein in programs such as food stamps and Medicare.
Politico's Ben White weighs in on the government hitting the debt ceiling, Jeb Bush's campaign, and Hillary Clinton's emails controversy.
The U.S. Treasury has stopped issuing state and local government bonds ahead of the looming breach of the debt limit.