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French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel are outlining what's being called a euro zone master plan, with CNBC's Steve Liesman.
The euro is holding firm against the dollar, boosted by optimism on Italian austerity measures and the Merkel-Sarkozy meeting, with Marc Chandler, Brown Brothers Harriman.
Discussing last week, which saw the S&P's best weekly percentage gain since March of 2009, with William Strazzullo, Bell Curve Trading.
What to watch ahead of the open, with CNBC's Jim Cramer.
Will the ECB issue euro-bonds to stem the crisis? Antonio Garcia Pascual, Barclays Capital economist, says markets are ready for action. But he adds, "We're not expecting a large bazooka."
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy will hold talks in Paris to take another run at fixing the debt crisis, with CNBC's Ross Westgate.
As the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, and the French president, Nicolas Sarkozy, are about to meet in Paris, CNBC's Annette Weisbach in Frankfurt and Stephane Pedrazzi in Paris discuss what will be on the meeting's agenda.
Tai Hui, Regional Head of Economic Research, SE Asia at Standard Chartered Bank, Singapore, talks about Europe's long-term problems, which remain despite the coordinated move by central banks.
Martin Lakos, Associate Director,Division Director of Macquarie Financial Services says it is too early to hold cyclical plays. He also remains positive on China and does not expect a hard landing there.
Martin Lakos, Division Director of Macquarie Financial Services says France and Germany are working hard on fiscal consolidation, the first step in solving the EU debt crisis.
Discussing Europe's debt crisis and the Fed, with Frederic Mishkin, Columbia University professor.
The euro remains resilient despite continuing fears about Europe's debt crisis, with David Bloom, HSBC Global Head of FX Strategy, and Daniel Wills, ETF Securities.
Possible help from the IMF for Europe gave the markets a glimmer of hope and the euro a shot in the arm, but U.S. lawmakers vow to block the funds. Discussing the impact this action is taking on the equity and currency markets, with Ashraf Laidi, Intermarket Strategy, and Pau Morilla-Giner, London & Capital.
The CNBC news team, along with William Boggess, Monongahela Capital Management, discuss European markets as well as what traders are watching in the U.S.
CNBC's David Faber and Jim Cramer break down today's market moving headlines.
Weighing in on whether European leaders are being proactive to achieve a rescue fund, with Gemma Godfrey, Credo Capital head of research and investment chairman, who says companies are starting to prepare for a breakup of the euro.
CNBC's Rebecca Meehan has an update on the markets.
Richard Portes, professor of Economics at the London Business School, told CNBC, "you can only play this game for a certain period of time and I think that period of time has come up, and in the reason is in part what is happening in the financial sector."
Will the U.S. get dragged into the thicket of Europe's problems? Richard Fisher, The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas president/CEO, provides perspective.
David Keeble, Head of Fixed-income Strategy at Credit Agricole CIB says going into the last month of the year, some investors might move into riskers assets to cover their losses; however he doesn't think we will have a quick solution to the EU debt crisis.
Rallies have to end sometime for sure, but history suggests the current one doesn't have to end anytime soon.
The world's Top 50 hedge funds have added more to Boeing than any other stock, according to research firm FactSet.
The wealthy are back to pre-crisis boom years when it comes to their confidence, but why are some still sitting on cash?
What Warren Buffett once called "financial weapons of mass destruction" are firing again.
Economic growth in the Middle East and North Africa will moderate this year before recovering in 2014, the IMF said.
Former Prime Minister Mario Monti said he does not believe another Italian election will be called any time soon.
European shares closed higher on Wednesday, mirroring gains in the U.S. after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke reiterated his commitment to maintaining loose monetary policy.
David Cameron, British prime minister, tells CNBC ahead of the EU Summit on tax fraud that he 'believes in low taxes for businesses' and highlights that international cooperation is crucial to tackle tax evasion.
What should investors do with equity markets at record highs? Here is a recap of trade tips from today.