US Markets Market Outlook


  • Student loan debt crisis

    According to recent data, just over half of student loan borrowers are making payments. Eric Best, Jacksonville State University, and CNBC's Sharon Epperson, discuss what can be done to stop the crisis.

  • Street Talk: BKW, HOG, XOOM & more

    "Street Signs" hosts Mandy Drury and Brian Sullivan look at 5 stocks with 5 analyst recommendations, including a double call on fast food and RBC upgrades Harley Davidson.

  • GT Advanced Technologies files Chapter 11

    CNBC's Bob Pisani discusses how the surprise bankruptcy filing by GT Advanced Technologies is impacting today's trade.

  • Revolutionizing guest satisfaction

    Discussing how tablets are impacting jobs and contributing to the bottom line of participating restaurants, with Austen Mulinder, Ziosk CEO.

  • King Dollar & your money

    Discussing the strong U.S. dollar and if the dollar and stocks can rise together, with John Stoltzfus, Oppenheimer and Company.

  • Response to Ebola epidemic in US

    Evaluating the government's response to the Ebola virus so far, with former Texas Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison. Hutchison says if you really want to stop the virus the U.S. must take much firmer measures. Dr. Devi Nampiaparampil, NYU School of Medicine, provides insight.

  • U.S. currency is counted at a currency exchange.

    Guess what? While you were waiting for the Fed to hike rates, monetary policy was already getting tighter, says Ron Insana. Here's why.

  • Kind of goldilocks period: Rivkin

    How to play weakness in small cap stocks, and the coming earnings season, with Steve Auth, Federated Investors CIO, and Jack Rivkin, Altegris CIO.

  • Small caps at a discount

    CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports the read on weakness in small cap stocks.

  • Pisani's midday check: Winners & losers

    CNBC's Bob Pisani reports on strength in Brazil's market, and continued declines in energy exploration and production companies.

  • FMHR final trade at Liberty National

    The FMHR traders reveal their final trades at Liberty National Golf Club for Harlem RBI's Celebrity Golf Classic.

  • Beyond stocks & bonds

    Morgan Stanley Wealth Management's Colbert Narcisse discusses what his clients are looking for in the markets now, from the Celebrity Golf Classic at the Liberty National Golf Club.

  • Monday morning moves

    Live from Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City for the Celebrity Golf Classic, the "Fast Money Halftime Report" traders dissect what's pushing the market around.

  • Thomas Lee, co-founder of Fundstrat Global Advisors

    The remainder of the year appears "quite constructive," especially following the selloff in small caps, strategist Tom Lee says.

  • European markets close: Bad German data

    CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports on all the market moving events in Europe today, including a hit to German factory orders and Disney will aid Euro Disney with a $1.3 billion funding deal.

  • McNamee: Yahoo one to watch

    Roger McNamee, Elevation Partners; Jon Steinberg, North America Daily Mail; and the "Squawk Alley" team, discusses the valuations of Square and Snapchat in the wake of recent large scale investments.

  • McNamee: HP has agility of a 'bag of cement'

    Roger McNamee, Elevation Partners, shares his thoughts on the HP breakup. McNamee says HP has been two to three years behind every important trend and doesn't see any evidence Meg Whitman has control of the situation.

  • Will HP split work?

    CNBC's David Faber and Jon Fortt discuss if Hewlett-Packard's move to split into two public companies will work. Jon Steinberg, North America Daily Mail, provides perspective.

  • Liberty Interactive creates pure QVC

    Liberty Interactive CEO, Greg Maffei, discusses the company's move to create a pure QVC group and if it clears the way for a complete deal with HSN. Maffei discusses how the play will create more value for investors.

  • Art Cashin

    Stocks could push higher if only the S&P 500 index could break through these key technical levels, says veteran trader Art Cashin.