U.S. Business Day Power Lunch


  • CNBC update: Deadly Mexican prison riot

    A riot in Mexico's Topo Chico prison kills 52 people, droughts last year grew in the hottest year on record, Royal Caribbean inspects storm-battered cruise ship, and Fenway Park hosts an Olympic sized ski ramp. CNBC's Sue Herera reports.

  • Santelli: Watch the volatility in 5-year Treasurys, US dollar

    CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses bond prices and yields.

  • Hofmeister: US collateral damage from Saudi-Iran tension

    Two things will change the dynamics for oil prices, explains John Hofmeister, former Shell Oil USA President.

  • No institution is an island: Millstein

    Connections between large global banks are so deep, any faltering could create a domino effect, says Millstein & Co.'s James Millstein.

  • Puerto Rican debt not sustainable: Millstein

    James Millstein, CEO of Millstein & Co. speaks with CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera in Puerto Rico over the future of bonds and debt in the territory.

  • Santelli grades 30-year bond auction

    CNBC's Rick Santelli reports on the demand at the auction of 30-year bonds.

  • What catalyst can take US higher

    Jim Paulsen, Wells Capital Management, discusses negative investor sentiment, saying he thinks good economic data will take the markets higher and calm recession fears.

  • Retail sales cash dollar

    While the U.S. economy chugs along, the recovery from the recession remains among the weakest in the last six decades.

  • Gold surged more than 4 percent to its highest in a year as U.S. Treasury yields persuaded investors to seek refuge in the metal.

  • Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange

    Fear has taken over the market and we’re getting closer to an inflection point, says Palisade Capital's Dan Veru. Here are four things to watch.

  • Bond traders at CME Group

    U.S. Treasury security yields plunged on Thursday to levels not seen since 2012 in some cases, but gained back ground during the day.

  • A floorhand works on an oil rig in the Bakken shale formation outside Watford City, North Dakota.

    Oil futures rebounded Thursday afternoon after The Wall Street Journal reported OPEC members might be ready to cooperate on a cut.

  • The Internal Revenue Service building in Washington.

    Former FBI Assistant Director Chris Swecker discusses the implications of the data hacking attempt the IRS reported Tuesday night.

  • A trader on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    The market expects one thing and the Fed another, but could they ever see eye to eye? Morgan Stanley's Zentner weighs in.

  • Will Twitter hit or miss?

    Ahead of Q4 Twitter results, Jason Ware of Albion Financial is bullish on the platform and not worried about user growth, but Rob Sanderson of MKM Partners believes falling user engagement is a real risk to the stock.

  • The analytics behind the election

    Height Analytics director of research Trevor Hanger, discusses the longevity of Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign compared to Hillary Clinton, and how much Iowa and New Hampshire really matter.

  • Oil inventories down, glut hurts prices

    Oil settled at $27.45 a barrel for the day, after production in the U.S. dropped slightly, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.

  • CNBC update: CDC calls for additional resources to fight Zika

    Centers for Disease Control predicts Zika virus cases may surge in Puerto Rico and other U.S. territories, New Jersey governor Chris Christie is expected to drop out of the presidential race, extreme weather as seen from the International Space Station, and a record number of hopefuls applied to be in Harvard's class of 2020. CNBC's Sue Herera reports.

  • Kimco CEO

    Kimco Realty CEO Conor Flynn shares his view of the health of consumer spending in the U.S., and strategies to bringing in more shoppers.

  • Facing hackers in 2016

    After an attempted data hack at the IRS, former head of security at Bank of America and former FBI Assistant Director Chris Swecker, discusses how the U.S. can do a better job of protecting data.

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