US Markets Market Outlook

  • Still time to get in on Starbucks?

    Starbucks is up almost 40 percent in the last year. Marc Riddick, Senior Consumer Analyst, Williams Capital Group, and Brian Sozzi, Belus Capital Advisors, debate the play on Starbucks. "There is a fundamental change in how people are interacting with the brand," Sozzi says.

  • Can liquidity kill returns?

    Mark Martiak, Premier Wealth Management senior wealth strategist, and Kelly Campbell, Campbell Wealth Management CEO, discuss market liquidity and if now is the time for investors to move into illiquid assets.

  • Closing Bell Exchange

    Discussing current equity and bond market conditions, with Quincy Krosby, Prudential Financial; Anthony Chan, Chase; Michael Robinson, Money Map Press; and David Wright, Sierra Funds.

  • 3 to Watch: SODA, LULU & TWC

    CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on 3 stocks investors should watch in Tuesday's trading day, including Time Warner Cable on news Charter Communications is in talks over a bid for the company.

  • Nasty correction this summer: Pro

    Discussing current market action and what it signals about economic growth, with James Paulsen, Wells Capital Management CIO, and Linda Duessel, Federated Investors.

  • The 2014 Wall of Worry

    With stocks posting losses at the start of the year, CNBC's Dominic Chu takes a look at investors' concerns.

  • Valuations stretched, still opportunities: Pro

    Kristina Hooper, Allianz Global Investors, recommends investors be more discerning in 2014 than in the past, as the Fed creates its tapering strategy.

  • FMHR Final Trade

    The FMHR traders reveal their final trades.

  • A new monthly Fed survey shows consumers expect higher medical costs and easier credit availability in the next 12 months.

  • Pisani: Market holding up very well

    CNBC's Bob Pisani breaks down today's Dow laggards and looks into the strength of the dollar/yen.

  • European markets close positive

    CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports on all the market moving events in Europe today, including a rally by big banks. And U.K. sporting goods retailer Sports Direct buys a stake in Debenhams.

  • Has US economy turned a corner? Where do we stand?

    CNBC's morning guests address the question of whether the U.S. economy really has turned a corner and where the country is headed from this point. Guests include Macy's CEO Terry Lundgren; incoming GM CEO Mary Barra; Target CEO Gregg Steinhafel; and Ford CEO Alan Mulally.

  • Mulally on US job market

    We are going to hire another 11,000 employees worldwide, and another 5,000 to support our increasing production in the United States, says Ford CEO Alan Mulally, discussing the U.S. jobs market.

  • What does Goldman Sachs really think? Finance Editor Jeff Cox and reporter Lawrence Delevingne discuss differing market views coming out of the big bank.

  • Equities are the place to be: Pro

    John Buckingham, Al Frank Asset Management CIO, discusses market expectations heading into earnings season and if he is concerned about the stock market's slow start this year. Michael Santoli, Yahoo! Finance senior columnist, weighs in.

  • Pisani's market open: Health care leads the way

    CNBC's Bob Pisani looks ahead at what's likely to move Monday morning's markets, and explains why he is concerned about the retail sector as sale traffic remains weak after the holiday sales season.

  • Market drop per Goldman

    The "Squawk Box" crew discuss Goldman's call for a pullback in the markets, citing the S&P 500 now trades close to fair value and further P/E expansion will be difficult to achieve.

  • US overvalued, Japan set to disappoint: Garry Evans

    Garry Evans, Global Head of Equity Strategy at HSBC, explains his underweight call on the U.S. and the Japanese equity markets for 2014.

  • Buzzfeed's Steinberg: Need people to buy stocks of companies we use

    Buzzfeed president and CEO Jon Steinberg weighs in on the red hot IPO market and thinks a lot of enterprise and cloud based companies like will go public.

  • Are you ready to 'Get Rich Carefully' with Cramer

    Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares his thoughts on a powerful long-term investment theme - stealth tech.