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"Power Lunch" hosts Melissa Lee and Brian Sullivan discuss their stocks of the week, Wynn Resorts and Apple.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the success of automakers in light of rising sales, and what that means to negotiations with union employees.
Geoff Davis, UBS emerging market equity strategist looks at those stocks that are still standing. With CNBC's Seema Mody.
Kensho data on the stocks that have historically done well after a jobs report miss and subsequent yield drop.
Phillip Streible, RJO Futures, and Erin Gibbs, S&P Capital IQ, look at where gold is headed from here, and whether investors should buy now.
Bill Doyle, Executive Chairman, NovoCure, discusses the company's difficult debut--shares opened at $20.16, below the $22 IPO price.
Despite a slight move higher over the summer, crude has mostly been stuck in the $40/barrel range for most of the year. Skip York of Wood MacKenzie looks at where it's likely headed from here.
Jackie DeAngelis, CNBC, reports on the oil market close, live from the floor of the NYMEX.
The oil and gas sector has lost 12,000 jobs in the last month. Michael Dudas, Sterne Agee CRT, discusses the sector and what's in store.
The jobs number and the markets, with Scott Minerd, CIO with Guggenheim Partners. He gives his best investing ideas, as well.
William Rodgers, Professor / Fmr. Labor Dept. Chief Economist, Rutgers University, discusses why the market's up in spite of today's poor jobs number.
Jim McCaughan, Principal Global Investors CEO, says buying on setbacks is a promising strategy in U.S. equities.
Bill Stone, PNC Asset Management chief investment strategist; and Joe Tanious, Bessemer Trust investment strategist, join Power Lunch to discuss if the market turnaround is a sign that stocks will rally in the fourth quarter.
Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer says monetary policy can be used to curb financial instability at times, reports CNBC's Steve Liesman.
New details emerge about Oregon gunman; Oklahoma Court halts all pending executions; and a Michigan farmer finds woolly mammoth bones, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reports from Sweetwater, Texas on "Where the Jobs Are", featuring wind technicians.
Meet a man who jumps out of helicopters and into the open sea, and gets paid for it.
Rocky start on Wall Street
Market will shift focus to earnings and fundamentals.
One trader called this jobs report miss the worst possible outcome for the markets and the Federal Reserve. Here's how to trade it.