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  • Stock Pops & Drops

    The Fast Money traders take a look at today's biggest market movers.

  • Why government shutdown may last weeks

    Nicholas Colas, chief market strategist at ConvergEx Group, discusses "one master compromise" in Washington.

  • Are Republicans scared of the Tea Party?

    Democratic strategist Keith Boykin and Boris Epshteyn, founder of Strategy International, discuss the influence of the tea party within the Republican ranks.

  • 'Significant differences' with 1995 shutdown: Pro

    Alan Chvotkin, executive vice president and counsel at Professional Services Council, explains what the U.S. shutdown means for government employees and highlights the differences with the 1995 shutdown.

  • What will the impact of the US shutdown be?

    Zane Brown, fixed income strategist at Lord Abbett, expects business investment and hiring to slow during the political uncertainty and discusses whether a default on debt payments is at risk.

  • Is the shutdown an opportunity to buy?

    Tom Finke, chairman & CEO at Babson Capital Management, says the run-up to the debt issue is more worrisome than the shutdown and discusses how investors should position themselves.

  • How education is 'key to growth'

    Michael Milken, co-founder and chairman of the Milken Institute, explains how capital markets can solve social issues and how how capital allocation should be skewed towards education.

  • Did the Fed predict the shutdown?

    David Zervos, global head of fixed income strategy at Jefferies, says the Fed might have decided not to taper on concerns over the political situation and explains what the impact of this move was.

  • How to invest during the US shutdown

    Scott Minerd, CIO at Guggenheim Partners, explains how the U.S. shutdown is good for markets as "weakness is an opportunity to buy" and the dip in sterling "should be good for bonds".

  • Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co.

    Negotiations between JPMorgan Chase and U.S. officials to resolve allegations the bank mis-sold mortgage securities in the run-up to the financial crisis are focusing on how credit and blame will be distributed in any settlement, people familiar with the matter say, the FT reports.

  • Is Congress run by a 'bunch of children'?

    Seth Merrin, CEO of Liquidnet, likens the U.S. Congress to "a bunch of children playing around" and discusses the market implications of a government shutdown.

  • 2009 Mazda6

    Mazda is recalling 161,400 Mazda6 sedans in the United States because loose screws could cause the side doors to come open.

  • Prepare for 'ugly day'?

    Mark Sebastian, director of trading and investments, Swan Weath Advisors, expects Monday to be "an ugly day" for the US market as volatility has picked up.

  • How a US debt deal is still possible

    Jim Nussle, president of The Nussle Group, says a last minute deal on the U.S. debt ceiling is still possible but chances of success are starting to become "very slim".

  • Many US hospitals are 'in distress': Pro

    Sheryl Skolnick, managing director and co-head of research at CRT Capital Group, expects Obamacare to go ahead and discusses the impact it will have on healthcare providers in the U.S.

  • US market trends will continue: Pro

    MacNeil Curry, head of global technical strategy at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, says the trend in the U.S is for continued equity appreciation and correction in yields.

  • Markets 'hate politics': strategist

    Marc Ostwald, strategist at Monument Securities, says markets are in "for a nasty surprise" regarding the debt ceiling debate in the U.S. as politicians are "extraordinarily entrenched".

  • Shutdown showdown: A man made disaster

    Andrew Freris, Chief Investment Advisor for Asia at BNP Paribas draws comparisons between the debt mess in US with India and talks about his investment strategy.

  • Stock Pops & Drops

    The Fast Money traders take a look at today's biggest market movers.

  • Obamacare exchanges glitches

    The federally build exchanges for Obamacare will open on time Tuesday, reports CNBC's Bertha Coombs. However, online enrollment in the Spanish language is pushed back to mid-October, along with other delays.