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Next week, Republicans will consider looking at returning the U.S. dollar to the gold standard, Rep. Marsha Blackburn told CNBC on Thursday.
Stocks wobbled on Friday as investors were encouraged by a jump in consumer sentiment and a less-bad GDP report, but still remained jittery. Consumer sentiment improved in May to its highest level since last September as expectations for the future surged, but worries about current conditions persisted. Experts weighed in on the these topics and more…
The race for U.S. Senate in Missouri is bigger than just besieged Republican candidate Todd Akin, and perhaps the congressman should drop out of the race, Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchinson said Wednesday on CNBC.
Another potential sign that crude oil is topping out was my appearance last Friday night on the Kudlow Report, writes Stephen Schork.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke maintains such a high profile on Capitol Hill, he might be more popular than pop star Justin Bieber, Booth School of Business professor Randy Kroszner told CNBC on Tuesday.
This week on CNBC’s Kudlow Report I repeatedly called for the resignation of New York Fed chairman Steve Friedman over his blatant conflicts of interest with Goldman Sachs.
“Operation Twist” has outlived its usefulness and should be retired, BlackRock Global Head of Fixed Income Peter Fisher told CNBC on Monday.
On last night’s Kudlow Report I asked Sen. Jon Kyl his thoughts on President Obama’s first one hundred days and whether he believes that government is taking over the economy.
Former Democratic Congressman Artur Davis blasted his former party Friday for what he called “a fixation on leveling out the economy.”
I am a free market capitalist and abhor unnecessary Government intervention in the private sector, but the harm that is being done to credit worthy consumers is seriously detrimental to our economy and I fear that the only way to end it is through Government intervention.
Pimco Managing Director Neel Kaskhari on Thursday sounded bullish on economic conditions over the short term and stocks over the long-term.
On last night’s Kudlow Report I had the privilege of sitting down with a terribly smart old friend of mine, Jim Grant, editor of the popular newsletter Grant’s Interest Rate Observer. Put simply, Jim is blown away by the ‘caprice’ of total fiscal and monetary spending, which by his math, amounts to an astonishing 29 percent of GDP.
The so-called fiscal cliff might not be approaching as soon as some investors think, Citigroup’s chief U.S. equity strategist told CNBC on Wednesday.
It's not often the CEO's comments can overshadow an entire earnings report, but that's what might be happening with Intel and the company's first quarter report.
Vice President Joe Biden might not have “the mental capacity” for the job, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani said Tuesday on CNBC.
Thank you, Mr. President, for doing what should have been done long ago, by moving forward to open up diplomatic and trade relations with Cuba.
Any budget disagreements between Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney and running mate Paul Ryan have been greatly exaggerated, former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty told CNBC on Monday.
From the Family Research Council: "An Open Letter to Larry Kudlow, the Nation's Irreplaceable CNBC Host. Dear Larry...."
While some of my conservative colleagues are criticizing the Romney campaign for one thing or another, I want to make a distinct point that is largely being overlooked: Mitt Romney is the most fiscally conservative Republican standard-bearer since Ronald Reagan.
Last night’s House vote on the Democratic stimulus package, where not a single Republican voted in favor, was another shot across the bow for this incredibly unmanageable $900 billion behemoth of a program that truly will not stimulate the economy.