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CNBC's Kelly Evans has all the details from Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke's speech today.
After the bell, Mark Eibel, Russell Investments; Neil Hennessy, Hennesy Funds; Jeremy Hill, TF Market Advisors; and CNBC's Rick Santelli help breakdown today's market moves.
Minutes before the markets close, Mark Spellman, Value Line Funds; and Chris Hyzy, U.S. Trust, discuss the markets, Fed, and expectations for earnings.
CNBC's Jane Wells has all the details from the Smithfield Foods hearing.
Is the job market and economy strong enough to scale back bond purchases? Greg Ip, CNBC contributor; David Jones, DMJ Advisors; and Mark Olson, Treliant Risk Advisors discuss today's release of the fed minutes.
While answering a question after a speech, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke appears to ease market fears the central bank will reduce the stimulus it is providing to the economy.
Pilots are now pointing the finger at technology. NBC's John Yang has new clues into the investigation of the deadly Asiana crash.
CNBC's Diana Olick has insight on the impact rising mortgage rates has on housing. Fred Glick, U.S. Loan Mortgage, and Mark Goldman, C2 Financial, debate whether the interest deduction has a major impact on the housing market.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs breaks down the recent moves in crude and what consumers should expect at the pump.
In today's Closing Bell Exchange Rich Peterson, S&P's Capital IQ; Rob Lutts, Cabot Money Management; David Kudla, Mainstay Capital Management; and CNBC's Rick Santelli discuss the effect the fed minutes is having on the markets.
Focusing on tomorrow's Fed minutes, with David Seaburg, Cowen; Adam Thurgood, High Tower; and Cliff Davis, BNP Paribas give insight on what to watch in the markets tomorrow.
CNBC's Scott Cohn announces the winner of this year's "America's Top States for Business"; and speaks with South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard (R), about the cost of doing business in his state.
Could tradition and technology's conflicting co-existence help contribute to Asiana flight 214? CNBC's Phil LeBeau is in San Fransisco with the details.
With six months of the year to go, investment professionals reveal how they're positioning themselves now.
Scott Cohn reveals which state is number one in this year's CNBC ranking of "America's Top States for Business." This year's winner is South Dakota, where Mount Rushmore is just one of the features that makes it our top state for business.
A firm called Equametrics is offering an app that will allow fast and automated trading for the average investor. Most agree automated trading has long been the refuge of Wall Street's elite, but the CEO of Equametrics, Chris Ivey disagrees. Patricia Powell of Powell Financial Group, weighs in.
For the last 8 months, stores have been without the beloved snack Twinkies. Union workers refused more than $15 per hour forcing the company to be liquidated. Twinkies return to consumers next week with those workers making just $11 an hour. Richard Brodsky, Demos, and Rick Berman, Center of Union Facts, discuss.
With markets rallying toward a four-day winning streak, Anastasi Amoroso, JPMorgan Funds; James Lowell, Advisor Investments; Burt White, LPL Financial; and CNBC's Rick Santelli, discuss if positive momentum can keep the markets in the green.
Democratic candidate for New York City comptroller, Scott Stringer, discusses his campaign strategy with Bill Griffith and Kelly Evans. He feels it is a great opportunity to talk about issues facing New Yorkers.
What to watch for in tomorrow's market, with Laif Meidell, American Wealth Managment; Mark Howard, BNP Paribas; and Marino Marin, MLV and Company.