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As 2013 ends, global market indexes are basking in some fairly meaty gains. Left out of the party, however, were emerging markets.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports on how some companies are finding a cheaper way to advertise to millions of viewers.
Steve McMahon, Democratic strategist, and Chip Saltsman, Republican strategist, discuss the implementation of Obamacare as lawmakers battle to reach a bipartisan agreement on the debt limit.
CNBC's Rick Santelli explains why it could be a very interesting trading session for the fixed income markets today, and shares his thoughts on the Pope's comments on the free market system.
Tom Forte, Telsey Advisory Group, provides his outlook on which retailers are positioned to ring up sales in 2014, including Coach and Urban Outfitters.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan shares her outlook on what's in store for the retail sector next year. Activist investors will be eyeing teen retailers and mall traffic will continue to decline, predicts Reagan.
Alison Deans, Varick Asset Management, shares her thoughts on where stocks are likely headed next year. It's hard to see things changing, says Varick. It feels as if there will be more of the same.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Carbrera reports on whether recent comments from the Pope will make it harder for the Catholic Church to raise money from the wealthy.
Matthew Harrigan, Wunderlich Securities analyst, discusses whether shares of Disney are likely to climb, and why Netflix is fully valued at this price. Also a look at likely winners and losers in the media space amid continued consolidation in the cable industry.
Brendon DeSimone, real estate expert, provides an outlook on housing for 2014 and weighs in on why renting has become a viable housing choice for many people. Also DeSimone shares his thoughts on why home buyers will likely be coming off the sidelines as banks loosen up on lending standards.
CNBC's Diana Olick takes a look at what to expect from the housing market as mortgage rates stay low and the market improves.
Neil Doshi, CRT Capital Group, weighs in on what's prompting the recent selling of the social media's stock. Over the past two days there has definitely been some profit-taking, explains Doshi, defending his buy rating on the stock. Twitter is one of the key platform companies on the web and one of the fastest growing Internet companies right now.
U.S auto dealers are looking to close out 2014 with a bang by offering consumers some great New Year's Eve deals, reports CNBC's Mary Thompson.
Ben White, POLITICO; Dan Colarusso, Reuters Digital, and Jon Steinberg, BuzzFeed, share their thoughts on whether there is room for stocks to run next year as a whole crop of IPOs await in the pipeline.
Greg Ip, The Economist, explains why the Federal Reserve's policies will likely mirror Ben Bernanke's under the leadership of Janet Yellen. This is a year in which you have a relative degree of consensus, says Ip.
David Blitzer, S&P 500 Index Committee chairman, provides his thoughts on where the markets are likely headed in 2014, explaining why he is looking at a probable "mean reversion," as corporations "sit on a hoard of cash."
The Weather Channel's Reynolds Wolf tracks the big winter weather system approaching the East Coast and where it will likely hit the hardest.
Cardinal Timothy Dolan shares his views about the free markets after Pope Francis generated controversy over his comments about capitalism, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
CNBC's Ross Westgate reports on all the market moving events from Europe, after a year in which faith in a euro zone recovery returned to the markets.
Stocks are at new highs, with the Volatility Index near the lows for the year.
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