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Discussing geopolitics and if the U.S. stock market is correctly pricing risk, with Larry McDonald, Newedge USA, and John Hailer, Natixis Global Asset Management.
London has ousted Hong Kong as the world's most expensive city, reports CNBC's Robert Frank.
Doug Sandler, Riverfront Investment Group, and Eric Marshall, Hodges Small Cap Fund, discuss opportunity in small caps and provide their best small cap plays right now.
Discussing how the Treasury Department's new rules to end tax inversions could impact the pharma deals, with Michael Faerm, Wells Fargo Securities.
Discussing how U.S. airstrikes against ISIS will impact oil and smuggling in the region, with Burdin Hickok, Tigress Financial Partners.
Despite violence in the Middle East, CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports oil production in Iraq and Libya is up.
Seth Kaplan, Airline Weekly managing partner, discusses his latest airline rankings and reveals who is at the top of the profit pack.
Here is the real problem with millennials — and why tattoos bring hope, says Jake Novak.
Debating the plan to prevent tax inversions, Doug Holtz-Eakin, American Action Forum, says the Treasurys plan is worse than doing nothing. Christian Weller, Center for American Progress, explains why he favors inversion regulation.
CNBC's Eamon Javers discusses the Treasury Department's new rules to discourage companies from moving their headquarters overseas to avoid taxes.
Are Treasurys seeing a safe haven bid? CNBC's Rick Santelli and Bob Pisani break down the current action in bonds and equities.
CNBC's Jane Wells looks at how the size of the new iPhone 6 Plus could impact fashion trends and retailers.
With winter expected to bring above-normal temperatures to the coasts, Gregg Kantor, NW Natural president and CEO, and The Weather Channel's Paul Walsh, discuss pricing and inventory predictions for natural gas.
Where ISIS gets some of its money from, with NBC News investigative reporter Robert Windrem.
CNBC contributor Herb Greenberg warns investors about where Carbo Ceramics is headed.
"Street Signs" hosts Mandy Drury and Brian Sullivan look at 5 stocks with 5 analyst recommendations. Realogy and Walgreen were downgraded.
Former Treasury official James Carter, thinks high tax rates in the U.S. make our companies vulnerable to foreign takeover.
A look at why there has been a surge in German deals of U.S. companies, with CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
BlackBerry will unveil a new phone on Wednesday called The Passport. Discussing the potential success for the phone, with Kulbinder Garcha, Credit Suisse managing director.
A report by Eamon Javers says as many as 15 cell phone interceptors may be in operation in the Washington D.C. area alone. Esaun Pinto, CPI Investigations, discusses what information hackers can access.