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US Markets Market Outlook

  • Cashin: Fridays bad for nervous currencies

    Art Cashin of UBS discusses the weekly calendar and jumpy currencies, as well as equity flows into Europe.

  • Yardeni: Maybe the retail problem is pricing

    Discussing current earnings data, with Edward Yardeni, Yardeni Research president. "The deflationary impact on earnings needs to be considered," he says.

  • Chevron will see declining earnings into 2015: Analyst

    Fadel Gheit, Oppenheimer & Co. senior energy analyst, explains Chevron's disappointing earnings and discusses overall weakness in the oil sector. Gheit also weighs in on the Keystone pipeline benefits.

  • Nadella must grow into MSFT CEO position: Pro

    Rick Sherlund, Nomura Securities managing director, weighs in Microsoft's CEO search and the likelihood the tech giant will tap executive Satya Nadella as its next Chief Executive Officer. "This board has not done a good job looking after shareholder value," Sherlund adds.

  • Chipotle is a valuation story: Analyst

    Breaking down Chipotle's stock surge after it easily surpassed Q4 estimates, with Stephen Anderson, Miller Tabak & Co. restaurant analyst.

  • Google is next generation conglomerate: Steinberg

    Discussing Google's record earnings hit and where they are looking to spend money, with Robert Peck, SunTrust Robinson Humphrey managing director & internet analyst, and Jon Steinberg, BuzzFeed president & COO.

  • Now is time to increase stock position: Pro

    "We don't believe emerging markets are going to derail the U.S. economy," says David Katz, Matrix Asset Advisors chief investment officer, breaking down the market sell-off. John Lonski, Moody's Capital Markets Research Group chief economist, provides insight.

  • Pisani's market open: Weak across the board

    CNBC's Bob Pisani reports what stocks and sectors are causing weakness in the stock market so far today.

  • Cramer: Buy stocks that reported strong

    "If Google decided they could be the exchange they could do it," says CNBC's Jim Cramer breaking down earnings of some high-quality stocks including Google and Visa.

  • IMF statement on emerging market turbulence

    CNBC's Steve Liesman reports that the International Monetary Fund says recent events in emerging markets show a need for coherent macroeconomic and financial policies.

  • Positive market developments getting washed out: Pro

    Discussing the impact of the taper on the U.S. and emerging markets, with Michael Ryan of UBS, and CNBC's Jim Cramer.

  • Ben Bernanke leaves the office today

    CNBC's Steve Liesman provides insight on outgoing Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's legacy.

  • Dec. consumer spending up 0.4%

    CNBC's Rick Santelli reports on December personal income and spending.

  • Not yet the big correction: Pro

    Digging into current market conditions after the U.S. economy grew 3.2 percent in Q4, and the Fed decided to taper, with Chris Rupkey, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, and James Paulsen, Wells Capital Management.

  • As January comes to a close, the stock market is down about 3 percent, and it has set the tone for a much more challenging year.

  • Big comeback on Wall Street

    Dissecting today's market activity, with Dan Greenhaus, BTIG; Jeff Kilburg, KKM Financial founder and CEO; Kenny Polcari of O'Neil Securities; and CNBC's Seema Mody. Kilburg sees a tech resistance in the S&P 500.

  • Retirement fund: Stocks vs. bonds

    "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer explains why he doesn't suggest owning bonds in your retirement fund until age 30. To get the most out of your IRA or 401(k)s, Cramer says to take some risks by investing in stocks more than bonds.

  • Cramer grades the Dow

    Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains what earnings season means for the Dow by digging into the earnings of JPMorgan, American Express, DuPont and more.

  • Amazon's expectations out of hand: Cramer

    Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains why social, mobile and cloud plays are multi-year game-changers.

  • Yahoo releases security update for mail users

    Yahoo says they took immediate action to protect users by prompting them to reset passwords following a security attack in its mail services. CNBC's Seema Mody reports.