Stossel takes on crony capitalism and the Export-Import Bank
Avison Young V.P. Jason Meister and the Wall Street Journal Editorial Board’s Mary Kissel on the future of housing.
The Hollywood and Vine panel weighs in on ‘Jersey Boys,’ the Tupac musical, the 2014 Daytime Emmy Awards, Chelsea Handler and Adam Lambert.
The 7:00's Report's Tom Essaye, FBN’s Nicole Petallides, Cheryl Casone and Liz MacDonald on the markets, musician Sting, existing home sales, student debt and gold mining stocks.
Former HUD Secretary Henry Cisneros on the housing market and Hillary Clinton’s potential 2016 Presidential run.
IMF managing director Christine Lagarde on U.S. uncertainty, the Fed and housing.
IMF managing director Christine Lagarde gives insight into the U.S. housing market.
Avison Young’s Jason Meister on the impact of millennial unemployment on the housing market, economy and the student loan issue.
Rick Sharga of Auction.com, Heritage chief economist Steve Moore and personal finance expert Vera Gibbons on the state of the housing market.
FOX News contributor Bob Massi and Value Advisory chief research analyst Howard Rosencrans discuss the state of the housing market.
Rafferty Capital Markets V.P. Dick Bove on the future of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and their impact on the mortgage market.
FBN’s Tom Sullivan, former Fannie Mae executive Tim Rood and Simon Constable of The Wall Street Journal discuss home ownership for the middle class.
Zillow chief economist Stan Humphries and Average Joe Options chief strategist Todd Horwitz discuss the fastest growing cities and underwater mortgages impacting generation X.
Former federal prosecutor Fred Tecce on Bank of America’s settlement with the Department of Justice.
The Wall Street Journal’s Veronica Dagher, StarVest Partners’ Liza Boyd and CME Trader Larry Shover discuss reactions in the market to ongoing military attacks in Russia/Ukraine.
Former Fannie Mae Executive V.P. Edward Pinto on the rise of investing in delinquent mortgages.
Macroportfolio Wealth Management Senior V.P. Jim Lacamp, Progressive columnist Rick Unger, national Republican fundraiser Noelle Nikpour and FBN’s David Asman on the government’s big settlements with banks.
Former FDIC chair Sheila Bair explains why the Fed is trying to shrink its portfolio and the reverse-repurchase facility.
Heritage Foundation chief economist Stephen Moore on Citigroup’s settlement with the DOJ.