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Analysts Speak on Today's Market

See what analysts had to say about the market today on CNBC:

Oil & the Economy
The impact of $57/barrel oil on the worldwide economy, with Addison Armstrong, TFS Energy analyst; Saad Rahim, PFC Energy global energy analyst and CNBC's Erin Burnett.
2:34 PM [02:48]

Story: Oil Update

Play-By-Play:Oil Prices Not Likely to Hurt Global Economy

Financials Under Pressure
Analysis of the financial sector and what factors are keeping it down, with Gary Townsend, Friedman Billings Ramsay & Co. senior bank analyst and CNBC's Erin Burnett.
2:16 PM [03:05]

Oil Analysis
A look at where oil prices are and where they're headed with Phil Dodge, Stanford Group energy analyst and CNBC's Sue Herera.
1:12 PM [03:14]

Story: Oil Update

Market Outlook
Discussing what's in store for the market this week with Phil Orlando, Federated Investors chief equity market strategist, and CNBC's Becky Quick.
8:00 AM [01:42]

Trading Block
A look at what's moving the markets with Michael Woolfolk, Bank of New York sr. currency strategist; Stephen Sachs, Rydex Investments dir. of trading; Kevin Kerr, Resource Trader Alert editor; and Michael Gurka, Advantage Futures VP.
7:30 AM [03:54]

Market Technical Analysis
CNBC's Louisa Bojesen and Tom Hobson, Chief Technical Analyst at Merrill Lynch, take a look at the weekly S&P 500, Hang Seng, Euro/Yen and Euro/Dollar charts.
7:30 AM [05:36]

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