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CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports news out of Europe sent U.S. stocks tumbling, and how do investors play this market, with Jim Iuorio, TJM Institutional Services, and David Goldman, Macrostrategy.com president.
Will euro zone leaders get a deal done by Friday, and how do investors play this market? Lee Munson, Portfolio Asset Management, and Patrick Legland, Societe Generale, provide perspective.
Are President Obama's policies killing confidence and hurting business? T.J. Rodgers, Cypress Semiconductor CEO, weighs in.
Is income inequality in the U.S. a myth?James Pethokoukis, American Enterprise Institute, weighs in on class warfare.
Rudy Giuliani,former NYC mayor & presidential candidate, weighs in on President Obama's policies, including, health care, jobs, taxes and the economy, and discusses what the GOP must do to win the White House.
CNBC' Jackie DeAngelis reports police in New York City warn banks to step up security after a letter bomb was sent to Deutsche Bank's CEO in Frankfurt, Germany, and CNBC's Eamon Javers reports former MF Global CEO Corzine faces questioning tomorrow on Capitol Hill.
Debating whether the payroll tax will help grow the economy, with Rep. Jason Chaffetz, (R-UT), and Rep. Charles Rangel, (D-NY).
Was the S&P's threatened euro zone downgrade good news for Europe and the markets? Brian Kelly, Shelter Harbor Capital, and Kelly Evans, Wall Street Journal columnist, weigh in.
Is Newt Gingrich the portrait of the comfortable frontrunner, and can he raise enough money to compete with Mitt Romney and Ron Paul? Robert Costa, National Review political reporter has the details.
GOP presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich discusses what he would cut from the Federal budget, tax cuts, President Obama, Ron Paul's negative ad against him, his 15-point lead in the latest Gallup poll, and why he would make a stronger candidate than Mitt Romney.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports two states are looking to hike taxes; Darden Restaurants slashed its profit forecast; Verizon plans a web television service that will rival Netflix; and Citi is set to cut 4,500 jobs.
Discussing the Greek Parliament's austerity budget, the EU's double-dose bailout plan and whether it will work, with Charles Dallara, Institute of International Finance.
Debating whether it make sense to finance a temporary payroll tax cut with a tax hike, and is a bi-partisan solution possible? Rep. Gregory Meeks, (D-NY), and Sen. Jim DeMint, (R-SC), discuss.
Is the surge in financials a sign the worst is behind us? Dick Bove, Rochdale Securities, explains why he is very positive on the U.S. economy and market.
Now that Herman Cain is out of the race, who is the GOP front-runner? Clarence Page, Chicago Tribune columnist; Phil Musser, former Pawlenty campaign advisor; and Robert Costa, National Review political reporter.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and Scott Cohn report on whether there is a Clinton connectioin to Jon Corzine's failed MF Global. Also, former HP chairman, Patricia Dunn has died at the age of 58; FAA chief Randy Babbitt was arrested this weekend for driving while intoxicated; and the U.S. Postal Service plans to close half of its mail processing centers.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs has the latest details on Europe's debt crisis, and the impact of the S&P placing 15 EU countries on negative credit watch, with Randy Kroszner, former Federal Reserve governor.
CNBC's John Harwood has the latest details on the payroll tax cut, with Sen. Bob Corker, (R-TN), and debating whether it is an unfair tax on the wealthy, with Jared Bernstein, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, and Phil Kerpen, Americans for Prosperity.
Debating whether Friday's jobs report is an accurate indicator of the unemployment rate in the U.S., with Robert Reich, former Labor Secretary, and Steve Moore, "Return to Prosperity" author.
Discussing the steady steam of decent economic news, and how to play this market, with Phil Orlando, Federated Investors.