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Ian Poulter of England hits an approach shot during a practice round prior to the start of the 2013 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia.

English pro golfer Ian Poulter discusses his quest to win the 2013 Masters Tournament and capture the "green jacket." Only one Englishman has ever won at Augusta: Nick Faldo, three times.

A new camel will be offered by the Malian authorities to French president Francois Hollande after an original gift was mistakenly eaten.

Edward Tracy, President & CEO of Sands China speaks exclusively to CNBC's Cash Flow about the challenges and opportunities facing the company.

Lawrence Freedman, Professor of War Studies and Vice-Principal at King's College London says North Korea's attitude right now is nothing serious, but more like a tantrum.

Tim Condon, Head of Research, Asia at ING Financial Markets says North Asia is facing stiff headwinds. He thinks developed market assets will be the trading theme for 2013 due to aggressive easing by the Fed and the BOJ.

Fundamental analyst Steve Cortes explains why he is very bullish on Ford for both the short term and long term. Technical analyst Jonathan Krinsky agrees with one of those predictions, but disagrees with the other. (3:07)

Dow 18,000!? Yes, Jeremy Siegel Says     Tue, 9 Apr '13 | 1:02 PM ET

Jeremy Siegel, professor of finance at the Wharton School, explains why he thinks stocks could push much higher, with CNBC's Mandy Drury and the "Futures Now" Traders. (1:45)

A number of things suggest the stock market is running out of steam, Jurrien Timmer of Fidelity Investments says. (3:01)

In his daily CNBC.com-only video clip, Art Cashin of UBS talks with Brian Shactman about the factors providing some support for stock prices today. (1:53)

Jim Stewart, The New York Times columnist, has plenty of criticism for outgoing JC Penney CEO Ron Johnson and investor Bill Ackman. (5:25)

CNBC's Steve Liesman reports on his interview with St. Louis Fed president James Bullard, including his feeling about last week's poor jobs number and the European recovery. (3:04)

CNBC has been told by a source that KPMG's resignation as auditor to Herbalife is unrelated to the battle over the stock between investors Bill Ackman and Carl Icahn.

KPMG Resigns As Auditor For Herbalife     Tue, 9 Apr '13 | 9:57 AM ET

CNBCs Scott Wapner has the details on KPMG's resignation as auditor for Herbalife. (3:12)

Tributes continue to pour in for the former UK Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, NBC looks back at her achievements.

NBC's Richard Engel reports with the latest on the escalating tensions in the Korean Peninsula.

Jim Cramer says his two best speculative ideas for 2013 are just now beginning to make their moves higher. (3:34)

Mike Ullman Named JC Penney CEO     Mon, 8 Apr '13 | 5:18 PM ET

Mike Ullman is named the interim CEO of JC Penney, reports CNBC's Scott Wapner. The press release says Johnson is "stepping down."

Ballooning student loan debt is keeping money out of housing, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.

World's Biggest Yacht     Mon, 8 Apr '13 | 1:46 PM ET

The largest yacht ever built, Azzam, made its long-awaited debut Friday, reports CNBC's Robert Frank. The price is top secret, but sources say its more than $600 million. (1:16)

Topless female protesters rushed at Russian leader Vladimir Putin during a visit to Germany. Putin later said, "I liked it," reports Tyler Mathisen. (0:54)

In his daily CNBC.com-only video clip, Art Cashin of UBS talks with Bob Pisani about a new pattern that may be developing for the stock market. (2:27)

Rick Santelli talks about weakness in the U.S. labor market, Portugal's problems, and his admiration for Margaret Thatcher, the former U.K. prime minister who died today. (2:49)

Pimco’s Bill Gross says he doesn’t think Japan’s enormous economic stimulus program is good policy, but it will help some markets in the short term. (0:47)

Marc Faber, the Gloom, Boom & Doom Report’s editor, says he doesn’t know exactly how it will happen, but eventually wealthy people who benefited from easy monetary policy  will “have to give back some of their money.” (2:13)

Stock in 60 Seconds: Prada     Sun, 7 Apr '13 | 11:22 PM ET

CNBC's Adam Bakhtiar looks at Prada in the daily 'Stock in 60' segment to see why shares tanked over 5 percent despite the Italian fashion house posting a 45 percent rise in 2012 net profit.

As the rhetoric from North Korea flares up, NBC's Jim Maceda has the latest update.

Wal-Mart's Prospects In India     Sun, 7 Apr '13 | 8:50 PM ET

Anil Gupta, Professor of Global Strategy and Entrepreneurship at University of Maryland, says the picture for Wal-Mart in India is looking brighter from a policy point of view, but the entrenched bureaucracy is a different story.

Dollar-Yen May Hit 100 This Week: Pro     Sun, 7 Apr '13 | 8:35 PM ET

Nicholas Smith, Director and Strategist at CLSA discusses the momentum in Japanese financial markets and how it may lead the yen to hit 100 by the end of the week.

No Reason to Fight the BOJ: Pro     Sun, 7 Apr '13 | 7:10 PM ET

Laura Fitzsimmons, VP, Futures & Options at JPMorgan Investment Bank says the time is ripe to get back into Japanese equities as the central bank pulls out all stops to get the economy moving.

Jim Cramer says there's one person in Washington who knows how bad the economy is and we need to support him. (3:16)

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