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Chris Rupkey of MUFG Union Bank says the markets are still steady, able to mostly ignore the headlines as companies continue to report strong earnings.
Morgan Stanley chief US economist Ellen Zentner discusses how Hurricanes Harvey and Irma could affect US GDP and the labor market.
Diana Olick explains how the mass expansion in Florida's real estate market could be impacted by Hurricane Irma.
James Liu of Clearnomics says strong global growth and policy promises that haven't come to pass are what's driving weakness in the dollar.
ZipRecruiter chief economist Cathy Barrera says the biggest factor in Houston recovering from Hurricane Harvey is how long people are displaced from home.
We discuss the biggest issues likely to drive today’s session with John Manley, Chief Equity Strategist at Wells Fargo Funds and Mike Holland, Chairman of Holland & Company.
Shares of Restoration Hardware are on the move after a blowout quarterly report.
David Lyon of JPMorgan discusses the difficult positions the Fed and ECB are in, and how their actions may impact global growth.
Chery Kang has the latest from Seoul on the meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and South Korea's leader over the North's latest nuclear test.
Investors are keeping a close eye on the White House as tensions with North Korea escalate. Art Hogan weighs in on the risks to the market.
President Trump considers cutting support for a program protecting some immigrants and corporate America isn’t keeping quiet.
U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley says North Korea is “begging for war.”
United Technologies is buying Rockwell Collins for $23 billion.
Former Dallas Fed advisor Danielle DiMartino Booth says a strong jobs report would embolden the Fed to move forward with reducing its balance sheet.
John Kilduff of Again Capital says despite the spike in prices after Hurricane Harvey, there's still plenty of gasoline supplies in this country.
Flooding in Texas as a result of Harvey has investors wondering if maybe the Fed will delay a rate hike. Darrell Cronk of Wells Fargo Investment Institute gives his take.
Kathy Lien of BK Asset Management gives her take on the action in the currency market following several geopolitical headwinds.
Steve Chiavarone of Federated says the markets were already at risk of a pullback before North Korea and Hurricane Harvey came into play.
Robin Harding of the Financial Times says North Korea's decision to fire a missile over Northern Japan was calculated, and Japan's options are limited.
Helima Croft of RBC Capital Markets says the energy sector was already facing risks and headwinds even before Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas Gulf coast.