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PIMCO CEO & co-CIO Mohamed El-Erian shares his predictions for the Fed's monetary policy strategy, and how investors should bet on fixed income and equities.
Jim Iuorio reports jobless claims result slightly worse than expected.
Americas Trading System Brasil CEO Alan Gandelman, discusses whether Eike Batista fooled the world before OGX filed for bankruptcy, and why an outsider should trust Brazil's economy. "Usually the time to get in Brazil is when it's very bad, like right now," he says.
Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND), says she was not present for the Obamacare vote. She discusses the importance of fixing the problems with Obamacare.
Janet Yellen will appear before the Senate Banking Committee Thursday morning. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND) thinks Yellen will be approved.
Robert Olstein of Olstein Funds explains why good companies looking at revenues, including Amazon, are "going to end badly."
Martin Franklin, Jarden executive chairman, says his company has been a very "disciplined acquirer." He discusses what kinds of businesses he looks at to acquire.
"The overall retail environment has been positive," says Martin Franklin, Jarden executive chairman. He looks ahead to the shopping season.
Wal-Mart reported Q3 earnings data, and its CEO says the retail environment remains competitive. Discussing how its competitors are seeing the news, with Dana Telsey, Telsey Advisory Group CEO.
Discussing what questions the Senate Banking Committee will have for Janet Yellen at her confirmation meeting for Fed Chair, as well as QEs impact on stocks, with former Fed economists Kevin Hassett, American Enterprise Institute, and Catherine Mann, Brandeis International Business School.
"In China, consumer internet sales are going to be bigger than the U.S.," explains Jim O'Neill, former Chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management. He discusses new emerging market MINTs.
Digging into Cisco's earnings, with Jayson Noland, Robert W. Baird IT systems senior analyst.
Anticipating Janet Yellen's confirmation meeting with the Senate Banking Committee Thursday morning, with Greg Ip, The Economist, and Neil Irwin, The Washington Post. "Yellen has to ensure QE infinity is not in her plan," explains Ip.
CNBC's Ross Westgate reports on all the market moving events from Europe, including
Cisco's current CEO John Chambers says he is likely to stay at the company longer than some anticipated, reports CNBC's Jon Fortt.
The American Federation of Teachers is taking on Third Point's Dan Loeb and other big hedge fund managers over pensions.
The 10-year Treasury yield could rise a half percent by the end of next year, investor Dennis Gartman said on CNBC. But he argued that won't hurt the economy.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports the record for the most expensive painting by a deceased artist, as well as a living artist both sold Tuesday night. Francis Bacon's "Three Studies of Lucian Freud" sold for $142.4 million.
Larry Summers also said the Federal Reserve should concentrate on pushing the economy to expand.
Macy's was the first big retailer to report, and its results this morning were certainly encouraging.
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