U.S. Business Day Squawk on the Street

  • Coca Cola

    While a number of consumer staples have hit record prices this year, Coke is a particularly promising bet, an analyst said.

  • Blodget: Real world is more complicated than Trump thinks

    Discussing presidential candidates' ideas on free trade with Henry Blodget, CEO, Editor-in-Chief and Founder of Business Insider.

  • Coca-Cola is our favorite mega cap: RBC

    Nik Modi, Managing Director at RBC Capital Markets, discusses why Coca-Cola will outperform other consumer staples even in the face of decline in the soft drink space.

  • Santelli Exchange: Bazooka and bubbles

    CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses the European Central Bank meeting with Yra Harris, Head Analyst at Vine Street Trading.

  • Pro: Free trade rhetoric needs moderation

    Steve Odland, Committee of Economic Development President & CEO, discusses current sentiment in the presidential race regarding free trade and which Republican candidate might be best for business.

  • CNBC update: 5 dead in Pittsburgh shooting

    CNBC's Sue Herera reports the latest headlines including Vice President Joe Biden meeting with King Abdullah of Jordan, five people are dead and three injured after a shooting at a backyard party outside of Pittsburgh, and Wall Street legend John Gutfreund dies at 86.

  • Nat gas storage higher than expected

    CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports natural gas inventories from the Department of Energy.

  • Vail Resorts CEO: Season passes are a big driver

    Rob Katz, Chairman & CEO of Vail Resorts, discusses the company's latest earnings release and positive outlook.

  • Workers walking along tanks at gas plant

    Haven't heard of Gulfport Energy? You should, because it holds the key to this market, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.

  • ECB move rallies European markets

    Kevin Caron of Stifel Private Client Group Market Strategist and Joseph LaVorgna of Deutsche Bank discuss the reaction to the European Central Bank meeting and the effect on markets.

  • Draghi: Don't anticipate need to cut rates further

    CNBC's Steve Liesman looks at the details of Mario Draghi's announcements regarding interest rates and inflation at the European Central Bank meeting.

  • Cramer's Stop Trading: I love Expedia!

    CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is watching Expedia upgraded by Piper Jaffrey, and wishes David Faber a happy birthday.

  • Pisani's open: Draghi 'checks all the boxes'

    CNBC’s Bob Pisani checks on the market open, reporting Nasdaq is buying the U.S. options exchange operator International Securities Exchange.

  • Faber Report:

    CNBC’s David Faber reports Energy Transfer Equity has carried out a private offering to insiders to help pay for its merger with Williams Companies. The offering will dramatically reduce ETE's dividend payments over the next nine quarters.

  • ECB gets clever

    The European Central Bank is going to pay the European banks to take money from the ECB and lend it into the economy, explains CNBC’s Simon Hobbs.

  • Santelli: Draghi has fired every bazooka

    CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses the latest action in the bond market, and the U.S. dollar, after the European Central Bank President Mario Draghi cut rates and expanded the bond-buying program.

  • Opening Bell, March 10, 2016

    Today's bell ringers are Bailey House Chairman Thomas Farrell which serves homeless people with HIV/AIDS, at the NYSE; and hosting "America's Fiscal Future" is Ben White, Politico and CNBC contributor, with Mohamed El Erian of Allianz, at the Nasdaq. The "Squawk on the Street" crew weigh in on Reuters reporting OPEC is "unlikely to cut production to support oil prices until it sees output declines in the United States, Russia and Iraq."

  • Draghi: Don't anticipate further rate cuts

    Mario Draghi addresses the outlook for further action on interest rates by the European Central Bank. CNBC's Steve Liesman reports the euro is now above levels before ECB statements, after President Mario Draghi said he does not anticipate further rate cuts.

  • Cramer's Mad Dash: Nat gas data 'blew me away'

    Jim Cramer explains what to watch ahead of the open, including natural gas production still moving higher. Cramer says the key to this market is a natural gas company Gulfport Energy.

  • Today's Bell Ringer, March 10, 2016

    Today's bell ringers are Bailey House Chairman Thomas Farrell which serves homeless people with HIV/AIDS, at the NYSE; and hosting "America's Fiscal Future" is Ben White, Politico and CNBC contributor, with Mohamed El Erian of Allianz, at the Nasdaq.

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  • Jim Cramer

    Jim Cramer is host of CNBC's "Mad Money" and co-anchor of the 9 a.m. ET hour of CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."

  • Carl Quintanilla

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