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Stock in 60 Seconds: Midas     Sun, 10 Mar '13 | 11:11 PM ET

CNBC's Adam Bakhtiar looks at Midas in the daily 'Stock in 60' segment after shares rose over 4% on announcements of government restructuring and urbanization in China.

China's Cabinet Shake-Up     Sun, 10 Mar '13 | 9:35 PM ET

Zhang Zhiwei, Chief China Economist at Nomura and Andy Xie, Independent Economist discuss the effects of China's government reforms.

The Shale Gas Revolution: US vs. China     Sun, 10 Mar '13 | 8:42 PM ET

Dan Yergin, Vice Chairman at IHS, discusses the US's growing attraction to shale gas as China plans to unlock what could be among the world's biggest shale gas reserves.

Vietnam: A Mini China?     Sun, 10 Mar '13 | 8:35 PM ET

Kevin Snowball, CEO at PXP Vietnam Asset Management, explains how Vietnam is on the same path as China was 25 years ago, but he thinks Vietnam's economy will be more stable.

Asia's Thirst For Nuclear Energy     Sun, 10 Mar '13 | 7:45 PM ET

Ravi Krishnaswamy, VP for Asia Pacific Energy & Power Systems at Frost & Sullivan, explains why nuclear is back on the energy agenda of many Asian countries, just two years after the Fukushima disaster in Japan.

In China, with wages rising rapidly and shifts towards moving up the factory food chain, CNBC's Eunice Yoon takes a look at one garment factory's efforts to stay competitive.

Jim Cramer points out where he still sees value in a sector that has been "unloved" even as the market has hit new highs. (4:10)

Technical analyst JC O'Hara and fundamental analyst Abigail Doolittle debate whether Goldman Sachs or Citi is the better buy right now. (3:31)

On “Closing Bell,” Rick Santelli and Steve Liesman get into one of their spirited debates. (2:55)

Cyclists Fight Back     Fri, 8 Mar '13 | 1:00 PM ET

Cyclists are beginning to mount cameras on helmets and handlebars to document motor vehicles who hit them or run them off the road. NBC's Tom Costello reports. (2:13)

Homes Pay Price for Weather     Fri, 8 Mar '13 | 12:00 PM ET

A vacant house in Japan collapses under the weight of a heavy snow, and an oceanfront home in Massachusetts is pushed off its foundation by a storm. (1:17)

'Nail the Number' Winner!     Fri, 8 Mar '13 | 11:56 AM ET

Quinten Schmit from Lake Stevens, Washington, came closest to February's non-farm payroll number with a winning guess of 241,000 in "Squawk on the Street'" monthly contest. He talks with Carl Quintanilla about his views on the economy and stocks. (2:20)

In his daily CNBC.com-only video clip, Art Cashin of UBS talks with Bob Pisani about the market's lukewarm reaction to February's "solidly" better than expected non-farm payrolls gain of 236,000. (2:37)

Is There a Ferrari Bubble Forming?     Fri, 8 Mar '13 | 10:57 AM ET

CNBC's Robert Frank reports there could be a bubble forming in the Ferrari market with prices already hitting $10 million for just one car. (1:41)

4 Years Ago: Haines Called the Bottom     Fri, 8 Mar '13 | 9:49 AM ET

Four years ago on CNBC, anchor Mark Haines accurately called the bottom of the credit crisis stock plunge. Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer, and David Faber remember the moment and speculate on what Haines would say about the current market rally. (2:26)

After a strong 236,000 increase in non-farm payrolls for February, Rick Santelli and Steve Liesman clash on whether the strength should prompt the Federal Reserve to start raising interest rates. (1:55)

Nouriel Roubini, co-founder and chairman of Roubini Global Economics, tells CNBC Europe that the stock market could be surprised by how much the U.S. economy slows down in the second half of the year, causing it to "correct somehow." (1:00)

North Korea's 'Big' Threat     Thu, 7 Mar '13 | 8:39 PM ET

Evan Feigenbaum, Former U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State says that proliferation threats from North Korea remain acute given Pyongyang's alliance with rogue states.

Pawnshop Debuts on Hong Kong Exchange     Thu, 7 Mar '13 | 7:18 PM ET

Hong Kong's IPO market has been tame in comparison to past years, but next week brings a new entrant as the first pawn shop operator lands on the exchange. CNBC's Bernie Lo has more.

Mapletree Trust CEO Cindy Chow tells CNBC why she is not fretting over fears of a property bubble in China and Hong Kong.

Tony Nash, Managing Director at IHS, says the Fed's stress tests for banks are a political process. Their purpose is to paint extreme scenarios and to help people regain confidence in the banking system.

Technical analyst Jeff Tomasulo and fundamental analyst Jeff Kilburg agree that Google is heading for a fall. They disagree on whether that will happen sooner, or later. (3:08)

“Doom, Boom and Gloom Report” editor Marc Faber tells “Closing Bell” that “people become rich through work” and he doesn’t “deserve” to be wealthy through capital gains. (1:28)

“Doom, Boom and Gloom Report” editor Marc Faber tells “Closing Bell” he thinks the stock market will suffer a major drop sometime this year. (1:30)

Sharks Lurking Near Florida Beaches     Thu, 7 Mar '13 | 1:25 PM ET

Florida beaches from Jupiter to Palm Beach are closed to swimmers because hundreds and maybe thousands of sharks are lurking not far from the beach, reports CNBC's Sue Herera. (0:28)

Even if the Fed takes it's foot off the gas, Ara Hovnanian tells Jackie DeAngelis on "Futures Now" that he's confident the housing market will continue a "significant" recovery. (1:37)

'We're In Nirvana for Housing': Zelman     Thu, 7 Mar '13 | 12:17 PM ET

Influential analyst Ivy Zelman of Zelman Associates says that she's the most bullish on the residential housing market than she has been in more than two decades.(3:55)

CNBC's Bob Pisani provides a preview of what traders and the markets are expecting from Friday's employment numbers. (1:03)

In his daily CNBC.com-only video clip, Art Cashin of UBS talks with Bob Pisani about the market's apparent lack of concern about Italy's inability to form a government. (2:48)

Paul's Filibuster-Fueled Quest     Thu, 7 Mar '13 | 11:00 AM ET

NBC's Chuck Todd reports on Republican Senator Rand Paul's filibuster-fueled quest for assurances that drones will not be used on American soil against non combatants. The filibuster went on for 13 hours, but Paul finally had to stop. (2:00)

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