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Patrick Chovanec, Silvercrest Asset Management, shares his outlook on the markets, as oil prices fall and consumers pull back on spending amid historically low interest rates.
CNBC's David Faber has an update on news Charter will be acquiring Bright House.
CNBC's Dominic Chu takes a look at the best and worst performing sectors in the past quarter.
Mark Emmert, NCAA president, weighs in on Indiana's "religious freedom" law and the money behind college basketball.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reports on the backlash over Indiana's new "religious freedom" law.
Tony Crescenzi, Pimco executive vice president, weighs in on what investors need to look at when investing in fixed income products.
"This is a very dangerous development," with the tail wagging the dog, former Fed Gov. Kevin Warsh tells CNBC.
The precipitous fall in earnings expectations for the first quarter has been "stunning," S&P Capital IQ's Mike Thompson tells CNBC.
NCAA President Mark Emmert says Indiana's "religious freedom" law goes against what higher education and America is all about.
Kevin Warsh, Hoover Institution, shares his thoughts on Federal Reserve policy and its impact on the markets.
Richard Haass, Council on Foreign Relations president, shares his thoughts on whether an agreement with Iran over its nuclear program will likely be reached. The real deadline will be the end of June, says Haass.
CNBC's Robert Frank heads to the New York Auto Show to get a look at McLaren's new Sports Series model. It's priced at $185,000 and will complete against Porsche, Lamborghini and Ferrari.
Michael Thompson, S&P Capital IQ, discusses the downward trend in growth and whether estimates could decrease even more.
David Gordon, International Capital Strategies, provides insight on the developing situation in Iran, as negotiations hit a snag.
Michael Zinn, UBS Wealth Management senior vice president, says the three big macro factors impacting markets are oil, currency and central bank activity.
Stocks up on better data, stimulus hopes
Stress is the number one epidemic of our civilization, leading to both mental and physical ailments, best-selling author Deepak Chopra tells CNBC.
The agonizing Fed interest rate guessing game is turning a long-held investment phenomenon on its head, Citi's Tobias Levkovich tells CNBC.
Traders are worried Iran could begin selling oil into an already oversupplied market, but other forces could support prices, Helima Croft tells CNBC.
Iran is trying to expand its empire much like Hitler's Germany before World War II, former CIA chief James Woolsey tells CNBC.
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