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CNBC's Ross Westgate reports on all the market moving events from Europe, as stocks move into positive territory in anticipation of a strong read for U.S. March jobs figures.
In addressing high-frequency trading, don't expect regulators to do anything radical anytime soon.
In spite of relentless global uncertainty, the IPO deluge continues and markets are extending their rally.
Hedge funder Jim Chanos sees a speculative bubble forming in the art market. And he said the best way to hedge is to short the stock of Sotheby's.
Knowing the number of people who are unemployed is a key way to measure the state of the economy. So how is unemployment actually measured? CNBC explains.
Stuart Hoffman, PNC chief economist, digs through the results of a recent survey which shows small business owners expect to hire more employees and increase wages in the next 6 to 12 months.
CNBC's Jim Cramer shares his thoughts on the Fed's investigation of Citi's Banamex. It was very clear that this outfit was dirty, says Cramer.
Hedge fund manager Jim Chanos, a well-known short-seller, explains why shares of Sotheby's have peaked in every financial bubble since 1987.
James Chanos, Kynikos Associates founder, takes a look at whether the IPO market is reaching a bubble. And Chanos wonders whether equity prices are now part of the Fed's mandate.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports the latest details on Mario Draghi's news conference, where the European Central Bank confirmed rates will remain at current levels, as Draghi hints at using unconventional methods.
Small business owners are feeling the most optimistic since before the Great Recession, says PNC's Stuart Hoffman.
Short-seller Jim Chanos tells CNBC that investors should watch the stock price of this company for proof of a speculative bubble.
Short-seller Jim Chanos tells CNBC that China is "panicking" now that its economy faces a slowdown and lending bubble.
CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the latest numbers on unemployment and international trade.
Ben Kaufman, Quirky founder and CEO, and Garthen Leslie, "AROS" inventor, demonstrate how this reinvented air conditioner can predict household usage and save money.
James Chanos, Kynikos Associates founder, explains why he is selling short PCs but is long disruptive companies like Apple and Samsung.
Eli Capilouto, University of Kentucky president, discusses school pride and the big business of college basketball.
Federal authorities have opened a criminal investigation into a recent $400 million fraud involving Citi's Banamex, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
The oil companies are now saying we can buy Chinese companies that we like, says Jim Chanos, Kynikos Associates founder, sharing his derivative play on Caterpillar, as companies find a way to save money on capital expenditures.
One has to keep in mind that if you are a Western investor in stocks and bonds in China, you are participating in a scheme, not a market, says Jim Chanos, Kynikos Associates founder, sharing his views on investing in China.
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