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Buying pressure in the yen lead to a brief dip in the dollar compared to that currency, with David Woo, BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research, and Gary Kozlowski, United Futures Trading. "The only thing that can save the euro is a weaker euro," adds Woo.
NBC's Jim Maceda says North Korea's missiles and artillery are "combat ready."
The "Squawk Box" news team discusses some of the morning's most provocative headlines.
Bob Iaccino, Topsteptrader, discusses whether it's possible for the economy to outperform the first quarter in Q2.
Ben White, chief economic correspondent , Politico, discusses the political landscape and the state of budget negotiations.
Jim Cramer likes a stock that a lot of others love to hate. (0:56)
CNBC's Jim Cramer weighs in on BlackBerry earnings. "I don't buy the bear case," he says.
SAC's Steven Cohen buys Hamptons property for $60 million, according to The New York Times Dealbook.
Todd Hagerman, Sterne Agee, and Chris Rolland, FBR Capital Markets, look at Bank of America and Intel head-to-head. Which company will advance to the favored four in the annual Money Madness tournament?
CNBC's Rick Santelli reports that initial jobless claims were up 16,000 to 357,000, and the final GDP revision is up .4 percent as opposed to the initial .1 percent estimate. With Barbara Marcin, Gabelli Dividend & Income Fund portfolio manager, and Michael Santoli, senior columnist, Yahoo Finance.
Tom Forte, Telsey Advisory Group, and James Dix, Wedbush Securities look at the matchup of Facebook vs. Google, how the companies are doing and which company they think has a better outlook.
Greg Ip, U.S. economics editor, The Economist, discusses the likelihood of Ben Bernanke stepping down at the end of his term in 2014. Don't bet on him leaving, says Ip. The President has been pleased with his performance, but does have a deep bench of candidates should Bernanke choose to leave.
Michael Genovese, managing director & senior analyst, MKM Partners, says if consumers don't buy the Z10, it's going to present big problems for the company. Even more problematic, he says, is that the company appears to have lost 3 million subs compared to an estimated 1 million.
Barbara Marcin, Gabelli Dividend & Income Fund portfolio manager; Michael Santoli, senior columnist, Yahoo Finance, and CNBC's John Harwood discuss this week's activity in Washington, including the politics of the DOMA case, the possibility of a "grand bargain" between the White House and Congress, the future of the sequester and the impact of Obamacare.
Jonathan Geller, founder & editor-in-chief of the Boy Genius Report, discusses the hurdles BlackBerry faces in trying to overtake the Apple iPhone and Google Android devices. The Z10's keyboard is a strong point, he says.
Barbara Marcin, Gabelli Dividend & Income Fund portfolio manager, and Michael Santoli, senior columnist, Yahoo Finance, discuss the markets and economy, and whether things are actually getting better.
CNBC's Jon Fortt discusses BlackBerry's earnings report. The company made a profit of 22 cents per share excluding items, down sharply from 80 cents a share in the year-earlier period. Yahoo Finance's Mike Santoli, Barbara Marcin, Gabelli Dividend & Income Fund portfolio manager, and the Squawk Box crew discuss the new BlackBerry Z10 as well as their own smartphone preferences.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso Cabrera reports live from Nicosia as Cypriots wait in lines outside banks to access deposits for the first time in a week. (1:51)
Alana and Nicole Feld of Feld Entertainment discuss the allure of the circus and, particularly, the Greatest Show on Earth. The pair also discuss their new global headquarters in Florida and the Ringling Brothers, Barnum & Bailey Center for Elephant Preservation.
Big data "visionary" and Harvard professor Thomas Davenport discusses the explosion in analytics and how it helps investors and businesses adapt.