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CNBC's Maria Bartiromo looks back on 2 decades of reporting on the financial markets with CNBC.
Discussing whether the D.C. drama has impacted investments, with former New York Giants wide receiver Phil McConkey of Academy Securities.
Discussing the extent of disappoint over the government shutdown, with Paul Burka, Texas Monthly; Rick Pearson, Chicago Tribune; and Shirley Leung, Boston Globe.
Maria Bartiromo's husband congratulates her on 20 years with CNBC on "Closing Bell."
A recent research study questions whether mobile advertising works for businesses. Praveen Kopalle, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, and Brad Adgate, Horizon Media, discuss.
The "Closing Bell" team celebrates Maria Bartiromo's 20th anniversary on CNBC with a message from her sister.
When might the Fed taper its bond purchases, and how did the shutdown impact the markets? John P. Calamos Sr., Chairman and CEO of Calamos Investments, provides insight.
Looking ahead to next week's economic data, and how the market might react, with Stephanie Link of TheStreet.
Dissecting the latest market action, with Janet Engels, RBC Wealth Management; Rich Peterson, S&P Capital IQ; and Michael Gayed, Atac Inflation Rotation Fund.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at the day's market action, including new highs for several major indices and the dollar at an 8-month low.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports JPMorgan has reached a tentative settlement with FHFA to pay about $4 billion in penalties due to claims the bank misled Fannie and Freddie over mortgages it sold them.
On Maria Bartiromo's 20th anniversary with CNBC, the "Closing Bell" crew celebrates with cake. Kenny Polcari of O'Neil Securities presents the treat.
The "Closing Bell" crew celebrates Maria Bartiromo's 20th anniversary with CNBC. Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein and NYSE Euronext CEO Duncan Niederauer, share their appreciation.
Where the markets stand, with David Darst of Morgan Stanley Wealth Management. He says we are seeing "synchronized growth."
Interest rates are higher than inflation, which is putting pressure on gold, explains Thomas Vitiello of Aurum Options Strategies.
CNBC's Maria Bartiromo reports Chicago Fed President Charles Evans says "taper" will not be an option at the meeting in October.
Paul Mangiamele, Bennigan's CEO, says the U.S. is still going into debt, and continuing to print money. "This is a recipe for disaster," he says.
Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich, says there will have to be some spending cuts, revenue increases and entitlement reforms. If you don't agree, he says, "then you shouldn't be at the bargaining table."
"We've got to get serious about spending," says Rep. Luke Messer (R-IN). New York Community Bancorp CEO Joseph Ficalora, weighs in, saying "uncertainty is increasing."
A look back on some of the reporting from CNBC's Maria Bartiromo on the 20th anniversary with CNBC. CNBC's Bob Pisani reflects on Maria's legacy.