U.S. Business Day Squawk Box


  • Grading candidates' economic plan: Goolsbee

    Former CEA Chairman Austan Goolsbee compares the economic plans of presidential candidates from both parties.

  • Fed's Kaplan wants mutual fund changes

    The oil-sparked junk bond meltdown last year highlighted a much needed fix for mutual funds and ETFs, Dallas Federal Reserve President Rob Kaplan tells CNBC.

  • Sinkhole in Toronto, Canada

    The oil-sparked junk bond meltdown last year highlighted a much-needed change for mutual funds and ETFs, Dallas Fed President Rob Kaplan tells CNBC.

  • March import prices up 0.2%

    CNBC's Rick Santelli has the latest numbers on trade.

  • Fed's Kaplan: US tax code need to be updated

    Dallas Fed President Rob Kaplan talks about how central policy is changing in advanced economies. They has become more globalized, say Kaplan.

  • Too big to fail not our biggest issue: Fed's Kaplan

    I'm much more worried about the systemic risk that comes from the shadow banking system, says Dallas Fed President Rob Kaplan sharing is views on breaking up big banks and why it is important to designate some institutions as SIFIs.

  • Fed's Kaplan: Need big issue discussions

    Dallas Fed President Rob Kaplan discusses the Fed's path to normalizing interest rates, and central bank policies. Also Kaplan says there needs to be a discussion on key issues such as aging demographics, high levels of debt to GDP, and immigration.

  • Fed's Kaplan: Consumer will remain strong

    We still believe the underpinnings of solid growth is there, says Dallas Fed President Rob Kaplan, talking to CNBC's Steve Liesman about GDP growth and raising interest rates. Hikes have to be slow and patient, says Kaplan. I think we'll make another move in the not so distant future.

  • Remembering Bob Benmosche

    Ari Benmosche, son of Bob Benmosche, reminisces about his father's dramatic corporate comeback as he successfully lead AIG out of the financial crisis.

  • Recipe for retirement: TIAA CEO

    You should always be saving for retirement, says Roger Ferguson, TIAA president & CEO, providing insight to challenges facing many of today's retirees and suggesting ways to plan for retirement.

  • Markets brace for earnings

    Christopher Wolfe, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, and Richard Bernstein, Richard Bernstein Advisors, share their outlook on the markets and discuss the factors influencing stocks. We are still reasonably bullish and cyclical, says Bernstein. And Wolfe reveals where he is finding value among caution.

  • Robert Kaplan

    Dallas Federal Reserve President Rob Kaplan also says he's not too concerned about the slowing economic growth in the first quarter.

  • The spring home buying season favors the seller this year, Trulia Chief Economist Ralph McLaughlin tells CNBC.

  • Pedestrians walk along Wall Street near the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York.

    "We're playing a little bit of defense right now," Federated's Phil Orlando tells CNBC.

  • retirement personal finance

    Retirement plan yields can return to the long-term norm in the next decade or two, TIAA President and CEO Roger Ferguson says.

  • Housing bubble ahead? Billionaire row is in trouble: Dolly Lenz

    I'm beginning to see confidence wane, says Dolly Lenz, Dolly Lenz Real Estate, sharing her outlook on the housing market. Sales will be flat in some areas but down in places where they are overbuilt, predicts Lenz.

  • Housing's big story? Inventory is down: Trulia economist

    A shortage of inventory is making it difficult for potential homebuyers to actually find a home, says Ralph McLaughlin, Trulia chief economist, with the latest data on the housing market. But Dolly Lenz of Dolly Lenz Real Estate says she is seeing a big housing bubble in Florida. Also Lenz explains why she thinks the new disclosure requirement in the luxury real estate market is a very good thing.

  • Buyer beware of housing red flags

    There are two big obstacles facing homebuyers this spring housing season, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.

  • Where to put you money to work now...

    David Katz, Matrix Asset Advisors shares his top stock strategies and best value plays. Don't buy utilities, buy financials instead, says Katz.

  • Executive Edge: Taxing issues for CEOs

    Rich Lesser, BCG president and CEO, weighs in on the Treasury's new rules on tax inversions and shares his thoughts on tax reform.

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

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