Economic Reports Economic Forecasting

  • No reason to long gold in dollar terms: Gartman

    Dennis Gartman of The Gartman Letter, discusses how monetary policy will impact gold, and crude oil. "It's going to be quite some period of time before we have a reduction of accommodation from the Fed," he says.

  • Rates will quietly edge higher: Gartman

    Discussing monetary policy, and the next direction for the yield curve, with Dennis Gartman of The Gartman Letter.

  • Market expects December taper: Pro

    Sarat Sethi, Douglas C. Lane & Associates, says the market is expecting rates to move higher, and Drew Matus, UBS, thinks investors are expecting a taper in December, but they will be disappointed.

  • Still in a very big bull market: Bernstein

    Richard Bernstein of Richard Bernstein Advisors CEO, says the "fundamentals are still arguing for above average returns."

  • Tomorrow In :30

    What to watch in tomorrow's trading session, with Richard Ina, UBS; Anton Bayer, UP Capital Management; and David Seaburg, Cowen and Company.

  • Ron Sloan: Here comes a correction

    Will rising rates kill the rally? Ron Sloan, Invesco CIO says rates will normalize and it will become about participating in earnings growth. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.

  • Virgin America CEO on profits, competition

    Virgin America CEO David Cush says his company has led the industry in revenue per available seat mile, and discusses the DOJ suit settlement over the U.S. Airways and American merger.

  • Risk vs. reward of settlement

    CNBC's Andrew Sorkin and IAC Chairman Barry Diller talk about the risk verses the reward of a settlement. Diller says it is better to give in than to be taken hostage and pay a huge fine.

  • Barry Diller: The idea of settlement is a bad concept

    CNBC's Andrew Sorkin and IAC Chairman Barry Diller discuss the heavy fines levied against SAC and JPM. Diller says there is no point in taking money from shareholders and giving it to the government.

  • IAC's Diller: JPMorgan did the correct thing

    CNBC's Andrew Sorkin and IAC Chairman Barry Diller discuss Jamie Dimon and the JPMorgan settlement. Diller says JPM has done an impressive job changing things for the better.

  • Stocks are good, bonds are bad: Pro

    Alec Young, S&P Capital IQ global equity strategist, discusses tapering, the recovery and the Dow's record run. Young says equities are the place to be.

  • Financials still attractive: Pro

    Thomas Lee, JPMorgan chief U.S. equity strategist, would advise clients to allocate money into stocks with reasonable P/E ratios. Lee explains why he really likes financials right now.

  • Some view Bitcoin as gold 2.0: Expert

    Discussing everything bitcoin—including how it works, its value and potential competitors—with Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss of Winklevoss Capital.

  • Fed may begin taper next meeting: Goolsbee

    Former Council of Economic Advisers Chairman Austan Goolsbee discusses when the Fed may decide to taper. "I think there is at least a 50 percent chance the Fed decides to taper at the next meeting," he says. JPMorgan's Thomas Lee, weighs in.

  • Chinese leaders meet over reform agenda

    CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports from Beijing where China's ruling party is preparing to reveal its reform agenda for the next decade. President Xi Jinping is trying to find a way for China to rely on consumption instead of investment.

  • Next bear market will coincide with a recession: Strategist

    The S&P 500 is up 24 percent in 2013. Thomas Lee, JPMorgan chief U.S. equity strategist, shares his economic forecast for cyclical stocks currently trading at low multiples.

  • Tomorrow In :30

    What to watch in tomorrow's trading session, with Oliver Pursche, Gary Goldberg Financial, and Pete Benson, Beacon Capital Management.

  • Far from contrarian indicator on retail flows: Pro

    Where the retail investor is putting their money now, with Sam Stovall, S&P Capital IQ, and Scott Wren Wells Fargo Advisors. "I still don't think we have a majority of retail investors in the market," explains Stovall.

  • WTI will drift weaker into Q4: Pro

    Calling the next move in oil is Addison Armstrong of Tradition Energy. "I think the markets got a little ahead of themselves last week as Brent was off really sharply," he says.

  • Really hasn't been major hit from shutdown: Hatzius

    Discussing current economic activity, and the next move for equities, with Goldman Sachs chief economist Jan Hatzius.