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  • NYSE's Niederauer on FB Fallout: 'Our Model Is Different'

    NYSE Euronext CEO Duncan Niederauer, discusses the Nasdaq's proposed Facebook compensation plans. "The customers are smart, I do think it will change the shape of the pipeline, and I think this illuminated the difference in the models," he says.

  • Dow & S&P 500 on Track for Best Week of Year

    Taking the pulse of the markets and discussing how to play the industrial sector versus financials, with the FMHR traders. Addison Armstrong, Tradition Energy, shares his forecast on oil's next move.

  • 90 Seconds with Art Cashin: Markets in Holding Pattern

    CNBC's Courtney Reagan and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss whether European leaders will work out a rescue plan for Spanish banks over the weekend and the impact on U.S. markets come Monday morning.

  • NYSE Trader

    Traders tread cautiously heading into the weekend, with the potential for developments on a Spanish bailout and a boatload of Chinese economic data due to hit when world markets are closed.

  • Trader: 'Mr. Bernanke is in an Economic and Political Prison'

    Bob Iaccino, TraderOutlook.com founder, weighs in on the outlook in oil, Europe's economic woes, and Fed Chairman Bernanke's testimony on Capitol Hill on Thursday.

  • Despite weak earnings guidance, this investor expect Apple-like results, albeit on a smaller scale, from Lululemon Athletica later this year.

  • Breaking News: Chesapeake Shareholder Meeting

    Due to a shareholder outcry, the vast majority of Chesapeake's board is likely to change hands, reports CNBC's Kate Kelly.

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    Take a look at some of Friday's morning movers:

  • Passers by are reflected on the logo of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) outside its headquarters in Mumbai on January 29, 2010. India's central bank kept interest rates on hold Friday but moved to drain liquidity from the banking system in a bid to tame surging inflation without hurting economic recovery. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) boosted its cash reserve ratio -- the sum commercial banks keep on deposit -- by a higher-than-expected 75 basis points to 5.75 percent in what it said was a bi

    After a surprise interest rate cut by China, all eyes are now on another Asian economic powerhouse, India, which is also expected to cut rates to boost flagging growth when its central bank meets in over a week’s time. But one expert warns against such monetary easing.

  • Supreme Court Decision: What's At Stake for Big Pharma?

    Barbara Ryan, Deutsche Bank Securities senior pharmaceutical analyst, takes a look at the vital signs of big drug companies and weighs in on what to expect from the Supreme Court's ruling on President Obama's health care overhaul plan.

  • Mitt Romney gives speech in NH as he sweeps states

    President Obama’s economic policies don't appear to be resonating with Americans, but most don't believe he's very liberal or a socialist, the latest CNBC All-America Economic Survey says.

  • The Sprint Nextel Corp. sign is seen on the facade of a Sprint Nextel Corp. store in San Francisco, California.

    Someone apparently sees Sprint Nextel as the next comeback kid.

  • Weak Euro Takes Toll on US Markets

    Boris Schlossberg, GFT Forex director of currency research and Scott Shellady, Bradford Capital Management, explain how the deepening crisis in Europe is impacting U.S. investments.

  • Larry Fink

    Even with the U.S. jobs report souring the market earlier this week, Laurence Fink, CEO of BlackRock, affirmed his view that investors should stick with stocks rather than bonds.

  • Pre-Market Report: What You Need to Know

    A look at the U.S. markets ahead of the open, with CNBC's Kelly Evans, including U.S traders keeping an eye on banks in Spain, and Chesapeake Energy's annual meeting of shareholders.

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    Every spring, corporate chieftains and their boards squash uprisings from a familiar batch of pugnacious investors, a ritual that shields many companies from major change.  This proxy season was different, the New York Times reports.

  • The U.S. government deregulated the airline industry in 1978, and Europe followed suit in 1997, allowing airline companies to fly in markets that were once off-limits. Deregulation ignited a fierce competition among airline companies that resulted in lower airfares for passengers, but also many mergers and failures within the industry.

    The airline sector has been hard hit by the crisis, but while Air France and Lufthansa are still struggling, International Airlines Group could be cruising towards clearer skies, Arnaud Scarpaci, fund manager at Agilis Gestion, told CNBC.

  • Gold

    Oil and gold will make the best trades ahead of a potential fresh round of quantitative easing by the Federal Reserve, Joe Clark, Founder and CIO of Financial Enhancement Group, told CNBC.

  • Speaker Boehner: 'The President's Policies Have Failed'

    House Speaker John Boehner discusses President Obama's policies, the crisis in Europe and the potential fiscal cliff. "The President's policies have failed, and as a result, he has turned to the politics of envy and divide," says Boehner, and he also explains why he thinks "extending all of the current tax rates would be the first big step in the right direction."

  • Merkel: Europe Is Ready to Ensure Stability

    CNBC's Brian Shactman reports on Goldman Sachs' CEO Blankfein and German Chancellor Merkel's latest statements on the European crisis.