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CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the manufacturing resurgence taking place in Mexico and compares Mexican momentum to China's boom in the 90's.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson reports on falling gas prices and where to find the cheapest gas in America.
Best Buy is having a record year up nearly 270%. Michael Lasser, UBS, upgrades the stock siting there is a tremendous amount of upside due to lack of competition and gaming.
CNBC Asia's' Sri Jegarajah reports massive rescue and relief efforts are taking place in the Philippines. Jegarajah says the super typhoon caused a storm surge that wiped out roads and knocked out communication.
Discussing the rise of some comeback stocks and if a big drop is on the way with, James Paulsen, Wells Capital Management, and Steve Auth, Federated Investors.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on potential opportunities at Lions Gate for a "Hunger Games" theme park. Nancy Giles, pop culture commentator, and CNBC's Robert Frank weigh in.
Will Slabaugh, Stephens Inc, still likes McDonald's despite weak same-store sales. Robert Derrington, Wunderlich Securities, explains why he believes in Red Robin.
Andrea James of Dougherty & Co. and Daniel Holland of Morningstar Equity weigh in on whether 3-D printing stocks have more room to run.
CNBC's Robert Frank goes inside "Caledon," which is a 314-acre estate in Arlington, Washington
Secretary of State John Kerry is in Geneva talking a potential deal with Iran over its nuclear program for some oil sanctions. Helima Croft, Barclays, weighs in on where crude will go next, and oil production in Iraq.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson reports the national average gas price is at its lowest of the year, at $3.21, and say we could see a $3/gallon average by year-end.
Bruno Bertocci, UBS, and JJ Kinahan, TD Ameritrade, discuss momentum names like Apple and Microsoft.
CNBC's Steve Liesman solves the mystery of 700,000 people who dropped out of the labor force according to the latest report.
Anika Kahn, Wells Fargo Securities, and Matt Maley, MillerTabak, discuss if October's jobs report is enough to push the Fed to taper this year.
Discussing Microsoft's performance, and who the best leader to succeed its CEO Steve Ballmer is, with Brent Thill, UBS, and Jeff Matthews, author of "Secrets in Plain Sight."
JC Penney sales rose 0.9 percent in October. Jan Kniffen of Worldwide Enterprises, still sees monthly improvement in sales and margins.
Shoppers who logged onto Wal-Mart's website on Wednesday found some products were accidentally priced extremely low. Jan Kniffen of Worldwide Enterprises, says he is surprised they are not honoring the prices.
Gas prices keep going down. CNBC's Sharon Epperson reports the cheapest gas in the U.S. is currently in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Europe made a surprise rate cut Thursday. Paul Christopher, Wells Fargo Advisors, and Jurrien Timmer, Fidelity Investments, discuss momentum in Europe's economy.
How did the NYSE handle the Twitter IPO? David Menlow, IPO Financial president, says he thinks Twitter's IPO was handled very well, and says this was Goldman Sachs showing Morgan Stanley "this is how it's done."