Pro investor Ralph Acampora sees no reason for the rally to end. “October was its obnoxious self,” he said. He likes November better.» Read More
David Winters, Wintergreen Advisers CEO, weighs in on the FTC's investigation into Herbalife and shares best value plays right now.
It's been 5 days since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared over Southeast Asia. Malaysian officials not only don't know what happened to the plane, they don't seem sure where to look, reports NBC's Keir Simmons.
Seth Berenzweig, Berenzweig Leonard managing partner, and personal injury attorney Nolan Klein, discuss bankruptcy law and if GM is liable for a known defect that occurred before they filed in June 2009.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau explains how GM will not be civilly liable in some lawsuits because of an agreement it made during its bankruptcy restructuring, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
CNBC's Kate Kelly discusses the future of mortgage giants Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac amid a bi-partisan deal on Capitol Hill to phase out the two lenders and what big hedge funds stand to get hit the hardest.
"The Fed can make the market lie," says CNBC's Rick Santelli, debating Jack Bouroudjian, Bull & Bear Associates, whether stocks or bonds is the better investment.
Discussing China's slowing economy and how the U.S. stands to benefit, with Meg Green, Meg Green & Associates; Jack Bouroudjian, Bull & Bear Associates; Larry McDonald, Newedge; and Adam Thurgood, Hightower.
Chevron plans to increase its oil and gas production, but most the growth will be abroad because of US policy, the company CEO says.
CNBC's John Harwood reports Bridget Kelly, the former top aide to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, is appearing in court today.
The U.S. Commonwealth borrowed $3.5 billion in one of the largest junk-rated municipal bond offerings ever. Treasury Secretary of Puerto Rico Melba Acosta, and Puerto Rico Government Development Bank Chair David Chafey, discusses the bigger offering than expected.
NBC's Keir Simmons reports on the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Chevron Chairman & CEO John Watson explains the major costs and risks for companies in the energy industry, and discusses oil pricing.
Discussing growing oil and gas demand, and how quickly the U.S. energy businesses can meet the demand, with Chevron Chairman & CEO John Watson.
Chevron Chairman & CEO John Watson, discusses the costs of increasing oil price and how his company has had to cut back.
CNBC's Bob Pisani discusses today's market activity.
Discussing his investment strategy in this bull market, with Leo Kelly, Kelly Wealth Management managing director. Kelly says he likes emerging markets.
CNBC's Bill Griffeth and Dominic Chu hit Times Square to play some golf and discuss how the rough winter weather hit golf course operators hard.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac's stocks are getting crushed on news that lawmakers will release a blueprint for housing finance reform.
It took General Motors and NHTSA nearly a decade to recall 1.6 million faulty GM vehicles. Rep. Tim Murphy, (R-PA), discusses the Energy & Commerce Committee's investigation into the slow recall.
Powerful new pain killer Zohydro, is prescribed to help people with chronic pain. Dr. Andrew Kolodny thinks the FDA has put out a drug that will kill people. Dr. Steven Garner, New York Methodist Hospital, thinks the drug will help many people who are suffering with lasting pain.