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Q4 earnings are fundamentally stronger than equity prices signal, says Eric Marshall, portfolio manager at Hodges Funds.
Twitter's Q4 earnings was muted but there were bright spots such as an expanded advertiser base, says James Cakmak from Monness, Crespi, Hardt & Co.
Wong Su-Yen, Human Capital Leadership Institute CEO, identifies confidence levels across regions based on the YPO Global Pulse Survey.
Yellen left all options on the table but she spoke more of downside risks, explains Randall Kroszner from University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
The Motley Fool's Eric Bleeker says investors who own Twitter stock must believe that Jack Dorsey can turn it around with positive changes.
The Fed appears to be holding steadfast and wants to normalize rates in H2, says John Augustine from Huntington Wealth & Investment Management.
Rick Munarriz from The Motley Fool explains why Disney's shares fell despite posting strong Q1 earnings.
Japan markets' extreme volatility is in response to the global panic environment and Fed uncertainty, explains Ed Rogers from Rogers Investment Advisors.
Christopher Galdieri from Saint Anselm College identifies the average profile of the New Hampshire voter that presidential hopefuls are targeting.
Advisors Asset Management's Scott Colyer says earnings won't be as bad as expected and the market is not in a 2008 GFC-like situation.
Since it's the Year of the Monkey, CNBC's Emily Tan reports on problems that Hong Kong's resident Macaques have been causing.
Terence Zou, CEO of Ryde, talks about how it is creating a networking of users to carpool in Asia.
Neal Dingmann from Suntrust Robinson Humphrey, says Obama's proposed $10/barrel oil charge would be salt in the wounds for oil companies.
Barclays' Michael Gapen says watch out for two January jobs data wildcard factors such such as the warmer weather boost to job growth and rising initial jobless claims.
Over time, currency and oil markets tend to move inversely to each other, explains Tobias Levkovich, chief U.S. equity strategist at Citigroup.
John McClay, New Zealand's Trade Minister, outlines the advantages of the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal, which took 7 years to negotiate.
Peter Churchouse, author of the Churchouse Letter, explains why Hong Kong's property sales are set to decline another 15 percent in the next 12 months.
Oppenheimer & Co analyst Andrew Uerkwitz explains that GoPro is in a shrinking camera market and that their software is not user-friendly.
General Motors is strong from a bottom-up perspective, but market sentiment has been weighing heavily on the auto industry, explains David Whiston from Morningstar.
Jim Awad, MD at Plimsoll Mark Capital, says the Fed might have to take some steps back as external growth slows dramatically.
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