U.S. Business Day Squawk Box

  • Richard Fisher

    The anti-free ideas by Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders would hurt the economy, says Richard Fisher, ex-Dallas Fed president and former Bill Clinton trade official.

  • Steve Forbes

    Steve Forbes tells CNBC the remaining GOP candidates trying to derail Donald Trump need to shift the race "beyond personalities."

  • A pedestrian walks by a W hotel in San Francisco.

    Starwood, already in a deal with Marriott, receives a takeover bid by a group of investors, led by China's Anbang Insurance.

  • Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, January 8, 2016.

    "Earnings and GDP are going to be especially strong in the second half of the year," BMO's Brian Belski says.

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

    Utilities and telecommunications continue to post gains and are far and away the biggest gainers this quarter.

  • Cramer's stock to watch: Starwood

    Don't start your trading day without finding out what CNBC's Jim Cramer is watching ahead of the opening bell.

  • $50 oil by May?

    Jan Stuart, Credit Suisse, shares his outlook on oil prices and risks associated with oil supply, especially in Saudi Arabia.

  • Refugees push borders in Europe

    David Miliband, International Rescue Committee, provides insight to the political fallout from failing to address the refugee problem in Europe.

  • Barkley and Hill sound off

    CNBC's Eric Chemi talks to former NBA players Charles Barkley and Grant Hill about paying college athletes, the 2008 recession, and their biggest financial mistakes.

  • Dark side of globalization

    CNBC's Rick Santelli, and former Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher, discuss free trade. We had two great presidents on trade and they were George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton, says Fisher.

  • Candidates running left and right on trade?

    Former Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher, weighs in on what he is hearing from candidates on trade and the dangers associated with protectionism.

  • Not a whole lot of market upside: Pro

    David Gerstenhaber, Argonaut Capital Management, shares his best macro bets now.

  • United CEO Munoz returns to work

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports Oscar Munoz heads back to work full time after missing three months battling health issues.

  • Politics of big pharma

    CNBC's Meg Tirrell takes a look at where the presidential candidates stand on big pharma issues.

  • Protesters won't hurt Trump: Jim Gilmore

    Former Gov. Ed Rendell, (D-Pa.), and former Gov. Jim Gilmore, (R-Va.), discuss violence triggered at Trump rallies and voter anger and frustration. Also Rendell explains why he thinks Hillary Clinton has the best plan and temperament to bring the country together.

  • Maintain S&P 500 year end target of 2,100: Pro

    It doesn't mean we will be straight up from here, says Brian Belski, BMO Capital Markets, providing his outlook on the market. And Jim Dunigan, PNC Asset Management, weighs in on interest rates. We look for the Fed to take a pass on the March meeting, says Dunigan. We do see two more rate hikes between June and December.

  • I will support the GOP nominee: Steve Forbes

    The party will rally when it gets beyond personalities and gets back to principles, says Steve Forbes, Forbes Media chairman, sharing his thoughts on the Republican presidential race so far. The un-Trump candidates haven't made the free trade argument yet, says Forbes. It's beginning to happen but very late in the game.

  • Must beat Trump with substance: Steve Forbes

    Ted Cruz is now finally waking up, says Steve Forbes, Forbes Media chairman, providing his thoughts on the Republican race for the White House and why it's important for candidates to articulate their plans and not just say "go to my website." You've got to give people something to grasp onto, says Forbes.

  • Tuesday primaries... what's at stake

    CNBC's John Harwood reports on violence at Donald Trump's rallies over the weekend and takes a look at the latest poll numbers heading into Tuesday's primaries.

  • Tale of two housing markets

    Millennials want to own, says Dolly Lenz, Dolly Lenz Real Estate, discussing what's driving the shift in housing as more and more millennials leave city life to begin life in the suburbs. And CNBC's Diana Olick, provides insight.

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  • Joe Kernen

    Joe Kernen is co-anchor of "Squawk Box," CNBC's signature morning program.

  • Becky Quick

    Becky Quick is co-anchor of "Squawk Box" and also anchor of the nationally syndicated "On the Money."

  • Andrew Ross Sorkin

    Andrew Ross Sorkin is a co-anchor of "Squawk Box," a financial columnist for "The New York Times" and the editor-at-large of NYT's DealBook.