Marty Mosby, banking analyst at Guggenheim Partners, told CNBC on Friday that patient investors could be rewarded by putting money in these four stocks.» Read More
Mac McCelland, Center House Limited CEO, provides perspective on the growing unrest in Egypt, as hundreds of thousands of protestors take to the street demanding the resignation of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi.
CNBC's Ross Westgate reports on all the market moving events from Europe, as key economic data helped push stocks to the upside.
In a second day of protesting, perhaps as many as a million people took to the streets calling for Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi to step down, reports CNBC's Yousef Gamal El-Din.
Don't start your trading day without finding out what CNBC's Jim Cramer is watching ahead of the opening bell. Today, Cramer explains why he wants to take a deeper look at BlackBerry's numbers.
Kevin Holt, Invesco Comstock Fund, tells investors why big bank stocks could move higher in the next six months and why he is building positions in energy.
The spirits maker is planning a $36 million expansion of its Woodford Reserve distillery in Kentucky, reports CNBC's Becky Quick.
"You can't store value in money," said Ron Baron, Baron Capital chairman and CEO, explaining why he is "confident" in the markets and why short-term interest rates aren't likely to go up anytime soon.
In a live interview from his home in Florida, Chip Starnes, CEO of Specialty Medical Supplies, said he had to keep himself upbeat while being held captive in China because he was "in a no-win situation" and "got no support from the local government" and "no support from Beijing.
"I have a BlackBerry and I have an iPhone," said Tom Barrack of Colony Capital, and "as much as I want the BlackBerry to win, I'm just magnetically being drawn more and more to the iPhone.
Kevin Book of ClearView Energy and Edmund Moy of Morgan Gold discuss the metals meltdown, as gold dips below $1,200 and oil edges down.
Dan Ernst, Hudson Square Research, runs through the smartphone maker's key numbers and discusses whether the BlackBerry's Z10 is living up to Wall Street's expectations.
"I think the markets are oversold," said Tom Barrack, Colony Capital founder, chairman & CEO, discussing where he is finding investment opportunities in the markets, and sharing his views on Ben Bernanke.
CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin shares what he learned about the importance of training and investing while hitting a couple of golf balls at the Chelsea Piers driving range with golf pro Jeffrey Anderson and Ed Keon of Quantitative Management Associates.
Chip Starnes, the CEO held hostage by his workers in China, said he'd advise new investors not to do business there.
Matthew Toole, Thomson Reuters, and Amanda Levin, Mergermarket editor of the Americas, debate whether to expect a turnaround in dealmaking for the second half of the year.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan has the back-to-school outlook in retail, and Piper Jaffray analyst Peter Keith provides his top retail plays for the second half.
Dennis Gartman, The Gartman Letter, explains why he is now sitting "on the sidelines" on the gold play, and why he thinks stocks are likely on an upward trend.
CNBC's Ross Westgate reports on all the market moving events from Europe, as markets hit the midway point in the year.
There was a lot of drama this week, from the CEO held hostage in China by his workers (yeah, that's gotta be a movie) to the Fed upending the market like a desperate housewife.
Buy-and-hold billionaire Ron Baron told CNBC that former Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner said at an event he attended that the Fed's exit strategy would take about five years.
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