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The Fed can change how things look but "not how they are," Jim Grant, founder of Grant's Interest Rate Observer, tells CNBC.
Dollar strength and disappointing economic data will prevent the Fed from raising rates in 2015, "Dr. Doom" Marc Faber tells told CNBC.
The employment picture is in the rear-view mirror for the Federal Reserve, BlackRock's Jeffrey Rosenberg tells CNBC.
Jeffrey Rosenberg, BlackRock, provides perspective on how the Fed's rate decision will likely impact markets, wages, and the outlook on inflation.
CNBC's Steve Liesman provides a preview of the Fed's statement on interest rates following the FOMC meeting Wednesday afternoon.
Thousands of anti-capitalist protesters clashed with riot police in Germany just hours ahead of the ceremonial opening of the ECB's new building.
Helima Croft, RBC Capital Markets, provides prospective on how oversupply in U.S. crude, the Israeli election, an increase in Libya production and a possible Iran nuclear deal are contributing to falling oil prices.
Small business owners appear more optimistic than ever and are once again investing in their companies, spiking a demand for capital. Stephen Sheinbaum, Merchant Cash and Capital, provides his thoughts on where small business owners are putting their money to work.
NBC's Hadley Gamble reports Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu has won another term in office but deep wounds linger after the bitter race.
Marc Faber, Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, says he is watching Japanese interest rates, real estate in Europe, emerging markets and Chinese stocks.
Marc Faber, Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, shares his thoughts on sovereign bonds, and European stocks versus U.S. equities. Also Faber explains why he thinks the Fed is unlikely to raise rate this year.
The airline's president rebuffed complaints by some U.S. rivals that the carrier had an unfair competitive advantage.
Buying stocks overseas—including ETFs—can be perilous.
Investors should sit up and take notice of Tuesday's housing starts miss because the data is directly plugged into GDP.
James Albertine, Stifel Nicolaus, weighs in on the future of Tesla and auto technology.
Wolfgang Koester, FIREapps CEO, provides insight to how his technology helps businesses hedge their exposure to currency fluctuations.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera explains how a falling euro will likely impact returns for investors with exposure to European markets.
This is a big splash in the bucket, says Walter Isaacson, Aspen Institute CEO, sharing his thoughts on what Apple's newest push says about the future of cable and how we consume content.
Content is being sold inefficiently in cable bundle, and Apple's reported Internet TV service shows consumer tastes are shifting, Mark Mahaney says.
American Airlines benefits more than most airlines from the oil price drop because it's not locked into higher fuel costs, CEO Doug Parker tells CNBC.
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