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Art Cashin, UBS, says it's time to "dig down and see what is really going on with the economy."
Rob Morgan, Fulcrum, explains why he "likes stocks" now. And Brian Belski, BMO Capital, discusses the outlook on corporate earnings for the rest of the year.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why the last minute debt deal has changed nothing in Washington.
We got a compromise because both parties were "exhausted," says Mohamed El-Erian, CEO and co-CIO of Pimco.
Mark Zandi, Moody's Analytics chief economist, shares his thoughts on what the markets can expect now that the government is open for business.
Marie Cavanaugh, S&P lead analyst on U.S. sovereign rating, and Chuck Gabriel, Capital Alpha Partners, discuss what the government must do to win back its AAA credit rating.
Jeffrey Cleveland, Senior Economist at Payden & Rygel says averting the U.S. default is only a short term fix. Brendan Brown, Head of Research at Mitsubishi UFJ Securities International joins in the conversation.
With Washington's debt battle over, markets will quickly shift focus to earnings and how much the government shutdown actually impacted the economy.
The market is excited a deal in Washington is finally on the move. Dan Clifton, Strategas, and Andrew Busch, The Busch Update, discuss strategies for investors.
Mark Olson, Co-Chairman of Treliant Risk Advisors says the debt deal is just kicking the can down the road however there are some positives.
Core Laboratories CEO David Demshur speaks about the company's record earnings data, and says the Sprayberry oil field is the second largest in the world. "Together, Spraberry/Wolfcamp can produce over 50 billion barrels of recoverable oil," he says.
LEE SACHS is Co-Founder & CEO of Alliance Partners says that the debt deal gives a window for US congress to work out their differences and not risk a further damage to their reputation.
KeyCorp CEO Beth Mooney discusses which areas the company is "taking share" and growing the fastest, and whether Washington worries could impact its bottom line. "I don't think a resolution in Washington will necessarily unleash any sort of pent up demand," she says.
The stock market has shrugged off several events that should have sent it lower, Steve Grasso says.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer digs into a few global positive stories for business, despite the debt and budget debate in Washington. Bank of America showed terrific growth, and Advance Auto Parts bought competitor Carquest for $2 billion.
Discussing the "side effects" of the medical device tax, with Mike Weinstein, JPMorgan. He says investors should look for health-care companies with improving fundamentals.
Why investors should look to buying Qualcomm, Gulfport and Laredo Petroleum right now, with Dave Rovelli, Canaccord Genuity managing director.
If we are truly back to "QE infinity," that means the long end of the bond curve is very cheap, explains Larry McDonald, senior director at Newedge.
Wall Street's bulls may be partying hard on the prospect of a Washington debt deal, but the actual vote is likely to trigger a "sell the news" letdown.
David Cote, CEO of Honeywell International; Bob Beauchamp, CEO of BMC Software join Rep. Sander Levin, (D-MI), and Rep. Jack Kingston, (R-GA), to share what they would like to see from Congress as business CEOs, which includes a sustainable economic policy. Rep. Levin agrees and says government "shouldn't hold the credit of US hostage."