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  Tuesday, 8 Apr 2014 | 4:53 PM ET

Volatile rotation puts investors on edge

Posted By: Jeff Cox
Reading the value ETFs
CNBC's Jeff Cox and Patti Domm discuss what value ETFs are really telling us about the market.

Investors give and investors take away, and nowhere has that been more true lately than in value stocks.

Last year's 30-percent stock market rally was powered largely by value stocks—those with low valuations that investors believe can jump higher—that looked like they had nowhere to go but up.

Almost on a dime, however, that belief has changed in recent trading days, with investors looking to put their money elsewhere as growth stocks—health care and biotech are two of the current hot hands—gain preference.

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  Tuesday, 25 Mar 2014 | 12:50 PM ET

Market has yet to deliver verdict on Russia

Posted By: Jeff Cox
Ukraine market strain
CNBC's Patti Domm and Jeff Cox discuss what the Ukraine crisis means for the markets.

In the U.S. there may be a fairly large appetite for clamping down on Russian aggression in Ukraine and Crimea. In Germany, though, the clamor is decidedly more subdued.

Patti Domm, CNBC's executive news editor, found in a trip to Germany that there's little appetite for additional sanctions against Russia, despite global outrage.

So how will the conflicting dynamics play out in the markets?

Though there was some near-term volatility, overall the market has taken a mostly benign view of the tensions, according to Jeff Cox., finance editor at CNBC.com.

The two hash out the implications in the video.

—By CNBC's Jeff Cox. Follow him on Twitter @JeffCoxCNBCcom.

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  Friday, 10 Jan 2014 | 1:14 PM ET

What are investors to make of ugly jobs report?

Jobs number shock
December's nonfarm payrolls report came in sharply lower than expected, leaving investors and the Federal Reserve in a quandary. CNBC's Patti Domm and Jeff Cox discuss the implications.

Friday's nonfarm payrolls report stunned Wall Street, which had been trading on the notion that the economy was on a steady trajectory higher.

Whether it was just the weather or something worse, stocks moved lower in the afternoon as investors began to wonder whether the Federal Reserve had gotten ahead of itself in reducing its monthly stimulus program.

It was setting up to the first losing day for the market after eight-straight positive "Jobs Fridays."

CNBC's Patti Domm and Jeff Cox sort out of the ramifications in the accompanying video.

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  Friday, 27 Dec 2013 | 12:17 PM ET

As rally continues, what could possibly go wrong?

Market on the rise
The stock market continues to set new records, but may face a big new challenge in 2014 that investors may have already priced in: inflation. CNBC's Jeff Cox and Patti Domm explain.

With all that has gone right for the stock market, it's hard to imagine anything that could go wrong.

One clue could come from interest rates, which have climbed despite the Federal Reserve's efforts to keep them exceedingly low.

Along with the late-year stock rally came a rise in the 10-year Treasury yield to 3 percent, a number that could serve as an important test for whether the rally will continue.

CNBC's Patti Domm and Jeff Cox discuss what the ramifications of rising rates could be and what investors should be on the watch for.

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  Thursday, 12 Dec 2013 | 2:05 PM ET

Gold, stocks taking a hit from new reality

Taper and the markets
With the expectation building that the Federal Reserve may begin tapering its quantitative easing program, CNBC's Patti Domm and Jeff Cox consider the market implications.

Just a few weeks ago, Wall Street figured it had a friend in the Federal Reserve until at least May. Those expectations suddenly have begun to change.

Strengthening economic data, particularly concerning employment and gross domestic product, have investors concerned that the central bank will begin reducing its monthly asset-purchasing program as soon as next week.

Consequently, gold prices took a battering Thursday. The stock market has been on a steady slide lower, as well.

CNBC's Patti Domm and Jeff Cox discuss the possible further implications of Fed tapering.

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  Friday, 6 Dec 2013 | 11:35 AM ET

Market sending message to Fed about the future

November jobs better than expected
CNBC's Jeff Cox and Patti Domm weigh in on the November jobs report.

November's nonfarm payrolls report offered a little bit for everyone.

There is proof that the economy recovered in terms of the 203,000 jobs added.

There was the substantial drop in the unemployment rate that for once could not be attributed to a shrinking labor force.

And there was even more impetus for the Federal Reserve to begin easing back on its monthly stimulus program, but not by so much that it would come as a shock.

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  Thursday, 17 Oct 2013 | 1:24 PM ET

Watch: Trouble may be only starting for investors

NetNet: Until the next crisis comes along
The NetNet crew looks well beyond the debt crisis to ask, "Is Wall Street ready to move on?"

The budget battle may be over but there's a war yet to be fought, leaving investors in a potentially precarious position as Washington's political troubles fester.

On a broad basis, markets have reacted little since the debt debacle and accompanying government shutdown began.

But that can change, and a Wall Street convinced that the Federal Reserve can bail it out of any trouble may be in for a surprise.

CNBC.com's Jeff Cox and Patti Domm hash out the particulars and lay out the bumpy road ahead.

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  Wednesday, 25 Sep 2013 | 1:59 PM ET

Austerity, trophy wives and debt, all on NetNetTV

Posted By: Jeff Cox
Austerity & trophy wives
Austerity & trophy wives -- what do they have in common? Just ask the NetNetTV guys, John Carney and Jeff Cox.

Europe is back, either because of or in spite of austerity, depending on your perspective.

No one is winning the war in Washington.

And it was a tough day to be a trophy wife.

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  Wednesday, 18 Sep 2013 | 8:41 AM ET

Crisis aftermath: Cure worse than the disease?

Posted By: Jeff Cox
Financial crisis cure worse than disease: NetNetTV
CNBC's John Carney, Jeff Cox, Kate Kelly and Patti Domm debate the Financial Crisis, 5 years later.

Five years after the financial crisis, Wall Street is doing great but Main Street continues to lag.

Bank balance sheets have been rebuilt, but the too-big-to-fail institutions have only gotten bigger.

Unemployment is lower than the 10 percent crisis peak, but a large portion of the gains have become due to an explosion in part-time jobs and a 35-year low in the labor force participation rate.

Corporate cash has surged, but so has corporate debt.

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  Monday, 22 Jul 2013 | 11:24 AM ET

The case against the case against insider trading

Posted By: John Carney
Insider trading: Pro or con?
John Carney, Jeff Cox, Patti Domm and Cadie Thompson debate the pros and cons of insider trading.

When the Securities and Exchange Commission accused Steve Cohen of failing to reasonably supervise employees at his hedge fund who the government says engaged in insider trading, a spokesman for SAC Capital said the charge has "no merit."

His outside counsel, Dan Kramer, went even further.

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