US Markets Market Outlook


  • Cramer: Baffled by where interest rates are

    Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen will testify in front of the Senate Banking Committee. CNBC's Jim Cramer and David Faber discuss how she could impact the stock market.

  • Cramer: Problem is we didn't like old JCP

    The "Squawk on the Street" news team discusses J.C. Penney's quarterly sales the its turnaround plan. "The investable case for J.C. Penney is that they're not going under," Cramer says.

  • Cramer: Tesla is a cult stock

    CNBC's Jim Cramer shares his thoughts on why he thinks there are too many other fabulous companies to choose from besides Tesla. This is a press release company right now, says Cramer.

  • Choppy markets ahead of Yellen testimony

    The market is looking for direction, say Joseph Tanious, JPMorgan Asset Management. And Chris Retzler, Needham Small Cap Growth Fund, explains why he is still bullish on equities and expects a better second half in technology.

  • Cramer's Playbook: Always have some cash in portfolio

    When the market is flying high, Mad Money host Jim Cramer says go to cash and prepare to buy the next selloff.

  • Sprint CEO: Replacing old network

    Dan Hesse, president and CEO of Sprint, discusses the replacement of its network. Hesse tells Mad Money host Jim Cramer $35 billion will be spent over a 5-year period to build the new network.

  • Don't bet against the consumer

    As retailers rally, Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains why the clouds over the consumer may be starting to clear.

  • Kate Spade CEO: Handbags anchor of business

    Kate Spade CEO Craig Leavitt speaks with CNBC's Melissa Lee about understanding the nuances of each global market and being a "lifestyle brand."

  • Crude oil delivery danger

    Ed Morse, Citi Group,weighs in on crude oil delivery dangers, in particular consequences for North Dakota.

  • Credit Suisse accused of running tax evasion effort

    A new report says Credit Suisse is running a widespread tax-evasion effort. CNBC's Robert Frank provides insight, and tells where the money is going now.

  • Tesla's 'Gigafactory'

    In today's top trade, Tesla announced a $1.6 billion convertible note offering to grow its business and begin making batteries. Ben Kallo, R.W. Baird, provides insight onto what is propelling the stock higher.

  • Whole Foods: 'Triangle of Death'

    "Fast Money" trader Dan Nathan takes a look at Whole Foods' chart.

  • Janet Yellen, chair of the Federal Reserve.

    Yellen testifies before the Senate Banking Committee Thursday and if she decides to stop using the weather as an excuse for a down economy, watch out.

  • Bottom-up stock pickers market: Calamos

    Discussing current market conditions, and how much more stocks could rally in 2014, with John P. Calamos, Sr., CEO of Calamos Asset Management.

  • Traders are watching Ukraine: Pro

    CNBC's Bob Pisani and Alan Valdes, DME Securities, discuss today's end-of-day sell off and the influence of the Ukraine situation on the U.S. economy.

  • A lot of reasons to like this market: Strategist

    Discussing the "froth" in the tech sector and what it will take for the stock market to close at an all-time high, with David Nelson, Belpointe Asset Management chief strategist.

  • Still seeing growth in slowdown: RBC CEO

    Gordon Nixon, Royal Bank of Canada president & CEO, discusses the state of banking and where he sees opportunity in the sector.

  • Focus on rewarding higher spending traveler: Pro

    Delta will now award its SkyMiles miles based on ticket price instead of distance traveled. Ben Mutzabaugh, USA Today, and Joe DeNardi, Stifel Nicolaus, discuss what this means for the stock and the consumer.

  • Closing Bell Exchange: Stocks influencing bonds

    Discussing if the stock market has topped out and the treasury rally, with Kimberly Foss, Empyrion Wealth Management; Steve East, Height Analytics; and CNBC's Rick Santelli.

  • 3 to Watch: AAPL, TGT & BX

    CNBC's Seema Mody reports on three stocks to watch in Thursday's trading day, including Target after reporting better-than-expected earnings.