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  • Fed Survey: When Will QE End?

    CNBC's Steve Liesman reports what participants of the Fed Survey had to say about their expectations for quantitative easing in 2013. 28 percent think QE will end in the fourth quarter of the year.

  • Carl Icahn (L), Bill Ackman (R)

    What to make of the heated feud between Carl Icahn and hedge fund manager Bill Ackman over Herbalife, and whether there is money to be made in the world of finance anymore, with Barry Sternlicht, Starwood Capital Group.

  • Stocks Reach For Records

    Discussing whether earnings and jobs data this week will help or hinder the rally, with Barry Sternlicht, Starwood Capital Group; Jim Paulsen, Wells Capital Management; and Douglas Cote, ING Investment Management.

  • Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.

  • Sternlicht: Corporate Is Going to Be Slow In 2013

    What investors can expect from private equity and business in 2013, with Barry Sternlicht, Starwood Capital Group. "I don't think investors and heads of PE firms are so confident on the direction of the economy," he says.

  • Market Trends & What to Expect

    Investors are watching for the consumer confidence number, and volatility trends, with Joe Kinahan, TD Ameritrade and Kevin Book, Clearview Energy Partners.

  • Fed Survey: Results Are In

    CNBC's Steve Liesman reports what participants of the Fed Survey had to say about spending cuts and the deficit problem. 80 percent of the 52 respondents say the U.S. needs to solve the deficit problem now.

  • Ford Motor reported higher-than-expected earnings and revenue Tuesday, but predicted a wider loss in Europe due to persistent weakness in the region.

  • Economic Outlook Ahead of the Fed

    Dissecting the market's latest action ahead of the Fed's statement on Wednesday, with Barry Sternlicht, Starwood Capital Group and Charles Campbell, MKM Partners. "Treasury yields are moving higher because of good economic data," says Campbell.

  • Rally on the Street: Buy Stocks or Bonds?

    The S&P 500 ends its 8-day winning streak, with Kevin Ferry, Cronus Futures Management and Jeffrey Saut, Raymond James. "Stocks are the place to be," says Saut, in discussing stocks versus bonds.

  • Yahoo's Q4 Earnings Beat

    Yahoo reported earnings per share of $0.32 and revenue of $1.22 billion for Q4. Anthony DiClemente, Barclays, shares his reaction to the numbers.

  • Global Markets Update: Bumi Boardroom Battle

    CNBC's Kelly Evans reports on all the market moving events from Europe, including a high profile boardroom battle is heating up involving a major international coal mining company named Bumi.

  • CNBC's Kelly Evans tells you what the markets will be watching as we approach the start of trading in the U.S.

  • Should Investors Care About the Economy?

    Paul Donovan, deputy head of Global Economics at UBS, Andrew Slimmon, managing director at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management and Roger Nightingale, strategist at RDN Associates discuss whether investors should care about the underlying economy.

  • The Outlook for Soft Commodities

    Kona Haque, commodity research analyst at Macquarie Group, talks to CNBC about how to trade soft commodities.

  • One Way Trade Into Equities From Bonds

    Martin Lakos, Division Director at Macquarie Private Wealth says that easing monetary policy around the world will send more fund flows into equities.

  • Stocks took a breather after an eight day run, but the bull isn't ready to give up yet. The S&P 500 lost 2 points Monday to end at the psychologically important 1500 level, in its first decline in eight days. The Dow lost 14, to 13,881, its first drop in six days. The Nasdaq, meanwhile, closed higher, up 4 at 3154, as Apple gained more than 2 percent after last week's steep decline.

  • No Huddle Offense: Herbalife's Next Move

    Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares his final thoughts of the day.

  • Herbalife 24

    After the Ackman vs. Icahn smackdown, only one question about Herbalife really matters, said Cramer.

  • Cramer’s Homework: Less Familiar Stocks, but Less Attractive?

    A caller prompts Jim Cramer to study up on Monmouth & Federal Mogul.