U.S. Business Day Street Signs


  • Target customers will care: Pro

    Target says 70 million Target shoppers have had their names, emails, addresses and phone numbers stolen during November 27th and December 15th. Faye Landes, Cowen & Co.; Scott Schober, Berkeley Varitronics Systems CEO; and Jan Kniffen, J. Rogers Kniffen CEO, provide perspective.

  • Molten gold pours from a crucible into a heated mold after refining at the Kaloti Jewellery LLC factory in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.

    CNBC's Brian Sullivan predicts a lackluster year for the Dow but has his eye on Mexico's stock market.

  • Increasing Belviq's footprint

    Arena Co-Founder, Chairman, President and CEO Jack Lief talks to CNBC's Brian Sullivan about strategies for increasing weight-loss drug Belviq's prescriptions, from the JPM Health Care Conference in San Francisco.

  • That's Outrageous: Super Bowl ads, Pizza Hut & more

    A new study reveals that 80 percent of Super Bowl spots don't help sales. Pop culture commentator Chuck Nice shares his opinions on three hot topics.

  • Provide amazingly safe vacation: Royal Caribbean CEO

    CNBC's Simon Hobbs speaks with Royal Caribbean Cruises Chairman & CEO Richard Fain about how he keeps his business afloat amid controversy.

  • Offer 'Pimco magic' to almost all asset classes: Bill Gross

    Bill Gross, Pimco founder & co-CIO, discusses its index products, and where it¿s putting its money in equities.

  • Bill Gross: Like Mexican peso

    Bill Gross, Pimco founder & co-CIO, explains why he likes the Mexican peso.

  • Intercept's drug could do billions a year: Analyst

    Shares of Intercept Pharmaceuticals are up more than 560 percent this week alone. Akiva Felt, Oppenheimer senior analyst, shares his optimistic view for the company.

  • Super rich flee polar vortex

    CNBC's Robert Frank reports on where the wealthy are fleeing for warm weather.

  • Top restaurant picks: SBUX, YUM & more

    Nicole Miller Regan, Piper Jaffray, and R.J. Hottovy, Morningstar, share their top restaurant stock picks, including Starbucks and Yum! Brands.

  • Pump Patrol: National average is $3.31 per gallon

    CNBC's Sharon Epperson provides Thursday's daily check of gasoline prices in the U.S.

  • Best market in 2014: Greece

    The Athens Composite is up 11 percent year-to-date. CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera discusses the country's reduction in its government size, as well as cuts in salaries, and why its economy is doing well.

  • Does size matter?

    Discussing small, medium and large cap stocks for your portfolio, with Gary Bradshaw, Hodges Capital Management; Brian Lazorishak, Chase Midcap Growth Fund; and Patrick Kaser, Brandywine.

  • Problem broad for Christie's brand: Pro

    Discussing New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's comments on the traffic scandal, and whether he can be trusted, with Chris Malone, Fidelum Partners founder, and Josh Barro, Business Insider.

  • Hot or not holiday sales?

    CNBC's Courtney Reagan looks back at how discounts and promotions affected 2013 holiday sales.

  • Colorado's toke tax

    CNBC's Jane Wells reports on "high taxes" for recreational pot growers.

  • AOL CEO: Expect Patch announcements in Q1

    AOL's CEO Tim Armstrong provides insight on the next step for its business Patch.

  • Uncertainty for JC Penney

    Discussing whether JC Penney ruined its relationship with investors, with Jan Kniffen, Worldwide Enterprises CEO, and CNBC's Courtney Reagan.

  • Ski. vs. cruise stocks

    Timothy Conder of Wells Fargo has an outperform rating on Royal Caribbean; and Joel Simkins has an outperform rating on Vail Resorts.

  • FOMC Minutes: Many supported modest taper

    CNBC's Steve Liesman reports the FOMC minutes from the Fed meeting where they decided to begin the taper. Several were concerned about tapering amid a high unemployment rate, and low inflation.

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  • "Street Signs" airs live 2-3pm ET, Monday-Friday from CNBC Global Headquarters. The show is must see TV for savvy investors looking to capitalize on opportunities beyond the headlines and the herd mentality. Brian Sullivan and Amanda Drury read the signs on Wall Street everyday for the under-the-radar stocks and market trends to make you money.