Outlook 07

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    The Goldman Sachs strategist shares her predictions on the U.S. economy, the global markets and the top-performing sectors in an exclusive interview with CNBC's Maria Bartiromo on the cnbc.com home page.

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    In an exclusive live interview on cnbc.com’s home page, The Business Roundtable chairman talks to CNBC's Liz Claman about global competitiveness, immigration, Sarbanes-Oxley and the new Congress.

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    The chief investment officer and founder of PIMCO talks with CNBC's Steve Liesman about the economy, the Fed and the credit markets -- in an interview found only on cnbc.com’s home page.

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    In an exclusive live interview on cnbc.com’s home page, the branding guru tells CNBC's Liz Claman what firms must remember to keep customer loyalty in 2007.

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    Joseph Quinlan is a big picture kind of guy.  He was named to the new post of chief market strategist at Bank of America in August 2003, but the world is his oyster. He is a leading expert on global capital flows and the transatlantic economy.

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    Freeman tells CNBC's Carl Quintanilla why consumer confidence will soften and housing inventories will improve in 2007 in an interview only on cnbc.com’s home page.

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    The money manager discusses stocks, housing and “burger flippers” with CNBC’s Tyler Mathisen in an exclusive cnbc.com interview.

  • Find out what you need to know about key markets in the year ahead in our two-week series of interviews on cnbc.com's home page. Here's who's on tap.

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    Frank Holmes, chairman, CEO and CIO of U.S. Global Investors, spoke with CNBC’s Carl Quintanilla about oil, food and why gold may be the new copper in a cnbc.com home page interview. Holmes doesn't see a boom-to-bust scenario for commodities. "People need to eat and build,” he says.

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    The hedge-fund manager and Web columnist talks about YouTube, Vista and the new tech boom with CNBC’s Bianna Golodryga, in an exclusive interview on cnbc.com’s home page.

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    The former TV critic and magazine editor turned Web journalist talks to CNBC’s Michelle Caruso-Cabrera about digital media's endless horizons, in an exclusive cnbc.com interview.

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    Exclusively on cnbc.com’s homepage: the strategist talks with CNBC’s Becky Quick about wealth management, asset allocation and his market outlook for 2007.

  • In our second week of special coverage, you can expect more of cnbc.com’s wide-ranging and in-depth interviews with top Wall Street strategists, market pundits and bloggers of all kinds. Plus, we’ll be bringing you CNBC’s up-close look at key sectors of the economy, asking seven key questions for each one in 2007.

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    Our auto-industry reporter predicts China may enter the American market, Ford may seek a merger -- and Toyota will keep racking up sales.

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    What's next for Apple and where does Google go from here? Key questions for two trailblazing tech players you'll find answers to in Jim's report in CNBC's "7 For '07" series, a look ahead to the coming year.

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    You should expect to hear more calls for greater regulation of hedge funds, and watch out for another wave of big buyouts by private equity groups in the coming year. 

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    Affordable home entertainment, the high-definition TV format battle, the future of big-budget films and the changing face of user-generated Internet content are some of the big questions for the media and entertainment sector in the coming year, according to CNBC’s Julia Boorstin.

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    Thirteen thousand or 11,000 -- that's the big question for Dow 30 watchers in the coming year. The blue-chip index has posted a dozen-plus new record highs in late 2006, but pessimists say the party is over and a correction is in the cards.

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    In cnbc.com's week-long series, CNBC's John Harwood examines U.S. politics in 2007.

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    There's no mistaking the housing slump for a much-needed market correction. Speculators are wary and sellers have finally accepted it is now a buyers' market, after years of soaring prices and bidding wars. Diana Olick looks at next year's market.