The not-too-fast, not-too-slow July employment report helped drive an improvement in stock market sentiment early Friday.» Read More
Stuart Miller, CEO of Lennar Corp, provides perspective on the housing market as interest rates begin to trend up and the Fed begins to pare down its stimulus program. The economy is beginning to improve and jobs are coming back, Miller says.
Greg Ip, The Economist U.S. economic editor, shares his views on the Fed's decision to pare its bond buying program by $10 billion while keeping interest rates low. What surprised me was Bernanke's somewhat "hawkish" statement at the press conference, says Ip.
Rick Goings, Tupperware Brands chairman & CEO, weighs in on the Fed's taper decision and discusses how his company has been able to maintain significant growth, while the stock hovers around $100 per share. Growth in the emerging markets is being driven by the middle class, says Goings.
Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Yale School of Management, discusses some of the top issues CEOs will be addressing at the annual Yale CEO Summit in New York City. One of the critical issues facing today's top executives is a time frame issue, says Sonnenfeld.
CNBC's Ross Westgate reports on all the market moving events from Europe, as investors react to the Federal Reserve's decision to maintain low rates and reduce its asset buying program.
CNBC's Steve Liesman, reveals how he arrived at the conclusion the Federal Reserve would begin to wind down its stimulus program and wonders if Wall Street is paying attention.
The feeding frenzy for sales during the holiday season has retailers in a "battle on margins" this year, J. Crew Chairman and CEO Mickey Drexler told CNBC.
There's a disconnect between modest economic growth and the roaring stock market, Blackstone Group Chairman and CEO Steve Schwarzman tells CNBC.
"This is a really tiny, small deal, but it is a step in the right direction," said the former co-chair of President Obama's debt commission.
The U.S. economy is being held back by the uncertainty of consumers, International Paper Chairman and CEO John Faraci tells CNBC.
If the VIX is a fear indicator, the slight upward slope suggests the market isn't particularly worried about the taper now.
The Fed put is still very much alive. That, bulls argue, will be a major underpinning for stocks in 2014.
Don't start your trading day without finding out what CNBC's Jim Cramer is watching ahead of the opening bell. Today Cramer is keeping an eye on Ford's outlook.
Dennis Muilenburg has been named president and chief operating officer at Boeing, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau, with the latest details on management changes at Boeing.
John Ryding, RDQ Economics, weighs in on a slew of improving economic data on housing, spending and jobs. Ryding explains why he is not concerned about inflation. CNBC's Steve Liesman weighs in.
CNBC's Rick Santelli has the latest numbers on new houses and building permits. And a look at what the numbers indicate about the economy, with CNBC's Steve Liesman.
Jason Furman, Council of Economic Advisers chairman, shares his thoughts on how the White House plans to expand the economy and protect the unemployed. The most important things we need to do is raise income for everyone; lower tax rates for businesses, and broaden the tax base, says Furman.
Scott Schneeberger, Oppenheimer senior analyst, breaks down the shipping company's second quarter results, and explains why he likes the long-term outlook on FedEx. The company is nicely on pace and presents a buying opportunity, says Schneeberger.
Nigel Travis, Dunkin' Brands chairman and CEO, explains why he is concerned about extending long-term unemployment benefits, and provides insight on the state of the consumer.
It's tough to produce profits in China, says John Faraci, International Paper chairman & CEO, explaining why his company is looking to find growth in Russia.
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