Shares of AEP and NextEra Energy plunged more than 50 percent in the first seconds of trading on the NYSE Thursday, the latest in a flurry of unexplained sharp drops in the market.» Read More
How much is too much to pay for a gallon of gasoline before you start cutting back the amount you drive? Share your opinion in our poll.
What do you think your house is worth today? Share your opinion in our poll.
The market is up. Job cuts appear to be slowing. Do you feel confident enough to shop and spend the way you used to? Share your opinion in our poll.
Will Sen. Dodd's plan to increase regulation in the financial industry influence the way you invest? Share your opinion in our poll.
Several states are facing huge budget shortfalls and the national debt is rising by the minute. Today the government is expected to auction off $13 billion in 30-year bonds, bringing the total amount of US debt issuance to $74 billion for this week alone. Are the growing US debt problems changing the way you invest? Share your opinion in our poll.
3-D televisions were all the rage at CES in January. This week the hype is becoming reality. Samsung, Sony, and Panasonic all announced plans to put the first 3-D TVs on the market, with packages including glasses and Blu-ray players starting at approximately $3,000. Do you plan on buying a 3-D TV for your home. Share your opinion in our poll.
One year ago today the markets were at multi-year lows: Dow 6,547; S&P 666; Nasdaq 1,268. On March 10 last year, Mark Haines made a great call, saying "we're at a bottom." Do you think we'll surpass the 11,000 mark for the Dow this year? The 1,200 mark for the S&P? Share your opinion in our poll.
Financial regulation. Health care legislation. It's all tied up in Washington. Nothing is moving. It used to be gridlock was considered good. But now, with such major legislation hanging in the balance, are we really better off when nothing's moving? We want to know if you think gridlock in Washington is good for business or bad for business? Share your opinion in our poll.
The House approved a $15 billion jobs bill Thursday by a vote of 217 to 201. The legislation gives companies that hire the jobless a temporary payroll tax break and extends federal highway programs through the end of the year. The bill now goes back to the Senate for final approval. What do you think of the bill? Share your opinion in our poll.
Do you think Greece should listen to German lawmakers and sell some of its islands to help reduce debt? Share your opinion in our poll.
The US Post Office is changing its business plan. Should the rest of the government do the same? Should the American government run more like a successful American business or would it be a big mistake? Share your opinion in our poll.
The United States Post Office is expected to announce a new business model today. Do you think the postal service should cut back on the amount of days it provides service?
Warren Buffett is spending some quality time on CNBC this morning answering your e-mails and our questions. We want to know if you agree with Warren Buffett, is the economy slowly getting better? Share your opinion in our poll.
With the rough winter we've had, do you believe in global warming more or less than you did before? Share your opinion in our poll.
Another round of Toyota executives testify on Capitol Hill today, including the grandson of the company's founder. Toyota claims it's problems have to do with sticky pedals and improperly placed floor mats. Do you believe them? Share your opinion in our poll.
Housing and consumers will dominate the economic calendar this week, with multiple new reports on home prices, home sales, and consumer confidence due. We want to know what you think about the value of your home over the next 6 months. Will it increase, decrease or remain the same? Share your opinion in our poll.
On Friday, President Obama put forward specific proposals on health care reform. This after months of criticism for not being clear about what he wants and days before a televised health care meeting with Congressional leaders from both parties.What do you think? Does America need health care reform? Share your opinion in our poll.
Tiger Woods is set to make his first public appearance since revelations about his personal life caught the world's attention earlier this year. Will it mark the beginning of his comeback, or has he permanently damaged the Tiger brand? If Tiger were a stock, would you go long or short? Share your opinion in our poll.
A British think tank says cutting the work week to 21 hours could help boost the economy in the UK. The study suggests such a move would ease unemployment, improve productivity, cut carbon emissions and boost quality of life.What do you think? Would you take a paycut to help the economy? Share your opinion in our poll.
There's a large-scale cyber attack simulation taking place in Washington, D.C., today and we want to know: Do you fear a large-scale cyber attack? Share your opinion in our poll.
Quintanilla is an Emmy award-winning reporter and co-anchor of "Squawk on the Street" broadcast live from the NYSE.
Hobbs joined CNBC in 1998 and currently co-anchors the 10 a.m. hour of CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" live from the NYSE.
Cramer is host of CNBC's "Mad Money," and co-anchor of the 9 a.m. ET hour of CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."
Co-anchor of CNBC's "Squawk on the Street," Faber is also a coproducer of CNBC's acclaimed original documentaries.
Santelli joined CNBC Business News as an on-air editor in 1999, reporting live from the floor of the Chicago Board of Trade.