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CNBC's Mary Thompson reports on the details of the meeting between bank executives and the Fed.
The FMHR traders discuss the state of the U.S. homebuilders industry, with Mike Murphy, Rosecliff Capital. CNBC's Kate Kelly also reports on Southwest Airlines' latest fuel strategy.
Mort Zuckerman, Boston Properties chairman and CEO discusses the trade on REITs and his perspective on U.S. job growth.
Guest columnist Brian Hamilton says he believes that while there are pieces of the JOBS Act that will encourage public listings, other aspects will reinforce the ability of companies that want to stay private to do so while giving others new options for raising capital outside of public markets.
Papa Johns soars 17% post earnings, with the FMHR traders. Moshe Orenbuch, Credit Suisse analyst, also discusses whether to buy Visa ahead of its earnings report today after the closing bell.
The FMHR traders discuss how the markets are faring since disappointing jobs data. Robert Morris, Citigroup analyst and Dan Dicker, MercBloc president, also discuss the drama surrounding Chesapeake Energy's CEO Aubrey McClendon and the trade on natural gas.
Discussing whether Sears is on a "reinvention path," with Paul Swinand, Morningstar analyst, and Todd Sullivan, a Sears shareholder and a general partner at Rand Strategic Parnters.
Here’s a look at five stocks hedge fund managers hate.
Expectations for General Motors’ first-quarter results aren’t high, but analysts expect the automaker will benefit from increased truck production.
Savita Subramanian, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, discusses whether the rally will hold.
Insight on how U.S. hedge funds have been making money on the European banks, with Chris Wheeler, bank analyst at Mediobanca.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses how the bond market is faring since the ADP reported the lowest number in 7 months.
CNBC's Herb Greenberg reports that shares of Herbalife fell as much as 20% on Tuesday.
US stock index futures added to losses Wednesday, following a rally that helped push the Dow to its best closing level in more than four years, after the ADP employment report showed a much weaker-than-expected increase in private payrolls in April.
The U.S. is teetering on the edge of a so-called "fiscal cliff." David Greenlaw, Morgan Stanley, and Neel Kashkari, PIMCO, discuss.
Take a look at some of Wednesday's morning movers:
J.C. Penney has seen some bullish activity recently, and one big investor is betting that a rally may come even sooner as the company reports earnings.
Southwest Airlines has long been considered the industry's most aggressive and dominant player when it comes to the energy derivatives markets, reports CNBC's Kate Kelly.
Michelle Girard, senior economist at RBS, says manufacturing has been the bright spot throughout the U.S. economic recovery.
Wall Street bulls are hoping for more good economic news following a surprisingly strong manufacturing report that helped push the Dow to a four-year high.