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A leading Internet analyst makes his case that investors might want to consider buying the fallout in Facebook, Google, eBay and Priceline.
Amid another selloff on Wall Street, one money manager finds some of the best value plays in the market.
I think a lot of it had to do with pricing concerns over Gilead's Sovaldi, says Jason Kolbert, Maxim Group, sharing his thoughts on the future of the biotech sector and pending IPOs.
These are pretty hot numbers, says CNBC's Rick Santelli breaking down the latest numbers from the Producer Price Index. And Steve Wieting, Citi Private Bank CIO, provides perspective on where he sees interest rates headed and why GDP could approach three percent.
Marty Mosby, Guggenheim Partners, breaks down the big bank's first quarter results of $1.05 EPS on revenues of $20.63 billion. We are seeing loan and deposit growth at Wells Fargo, says Mosby.
The rotation is coming, says Jeremy Siegel, Wharton School professor of finance, sharing his thoughts on the advantages of dividend stocks as Treasury yields sink.
The USDA is announcing new funding to attract newcomers to farming, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.
We like stocks that start out cheap, says Jason Subotky, Yacktman Asset Management, sharing his top slow and steady stock picks.
One of the most interesting new trends in the Internet space is you are going to see cars become hot spots, says Mark Mahaney, RBC Capital Markets. I think names like Google and Pandora are going to be great derivative plays, Mahaney explains.
Valuations got ahead of themselves, says Mark Mahaney, RBC Capital Markets, weighing in on Thursday's selloff in the Nasdaq. I think in some of these names you have an interesting buy opportunity, says Mahaney.
Former Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke challenges Raghuram Rajan, Reserve Bank of India governor on his views about monetary policies, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
Most of the miss is on the mortgage banking line, says Anthony Polini, Raymond James analyst, dissecting JPMorgan's quarterly results of $1.28 EPS vs. $1.40 estimate.
Valuations in the biotech and tech sector got to ridiculous levels, says Dan Veru, Palisade Capital, discussing what likely drove Thursday's selloff. And Steve Sachs, ProShares Advisors, says revenue growth is going to be the key factor to this season's earnings.
Doug Lebda, LendingTree chairman & CEO, weighs in on the health of the housing recovery as mortgage rates trend higher. The good news for consumers is you can qualify with a lower credit score and lower down payment, says Lebda.
Mark Grant, Southwest Securities, explains why he thinks Fed policy is going to force interest rates lower.
Despite its high debt level, Italian Finance Minister Pier Carlo Padoan says Italy has one of the most "sustainable" fiscal systems among advance economies, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
Permanent stock market bull Jeremy Siegel doesn't seem so bullish about economic growth in the last quarter, and that could hurt his forecasts.
JPMorgan disappointing earnings reflect a slowing loan portfolio that could forecast trouble ahead, a top banking analyst told CNBC on Friday.
The bond market does not appear to setting off major alarm bells, David Joy, chief market strategist of Ameriprise Financial, told CNBC on Friday.
CNBC's John Harwood reports on the resignation of Kathleen Sebelius after the botched launch of President Obama's health care program.
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