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  1. Where does the money from bank fines actually go?

    Former federal prosecutor Fred Tecce on Bank of America’s settlement with the Department of Justice.

  2. Is Bank of America’s penalty fair?

    Federated Investors Chief Equity Strategist Phil Orlando on Bank of America’s $17 billion settlement.

  3. DOJ announces $17B settlement with Bank of America

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald on Bank of America’s record $17 billion settlement over pre-crisis mortgage probe.

  4. Market volatility to return when rates start moving?

    Merrill Lynch Global Wealth Management CIO Mary Ann Bartels and FBN contributor Jon Hilsenrath on interest rate impacts on the markets, energy and tech sectors.

  5. Geopolitical tensions starting to worry investors, markets?

    Former Pentagon official Michael Rubin, Merrill Lynch Global Wealth Management CIO Mary Ann Bartels and FBN contributor Jon Hilsenrath discuss the markets’ reaction to violence in Iraq and the Ukraine-Russia conflict.

  6. How will Ukraine-Russia tensions impact markets?

    Merrill Lynch Global Wealth Management CIO Mary Ann Bartels and FBN contributor Jon Hilsenrath discuss the potential impacts the crises in Ukraine and Iraq could have on the markets and global economies.

  7. What to expect from the Fed’s meeting in Jackson Hole

    Merrill Lynch Global Wealth Management CIO Mary Ann Bartels and FBN contributor Jon Hilsenrath on long-term interest rates, equities, bonds and what to expect from the Fed’s upcoming Jackson Hole meeting.

  8. Russian aid convoy back on the move

    Former CIA covert operation officer Mike Baker and Savita Subramanian of Bank of America Merrill Lynch react to the latest on the Ukraine, Russia conflict and Iraq.

  9. Where to put new money to work

    Savita Subramanian of Bank of America Merrill Lynch breaks down how volume and volatility impacts investing.

  10. Why are banks the scapegoat for the housing meltdown?

    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.

  11. Gasparino: Goldman ramping up examination of wealth-management expansion

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino says Goldman Sachs is very serious about expanding their wealth management business.

  12. Bank of America nears settlement

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald details reports of Bank of America’s $17 billion near settlement with the Justice Department over mortgage-related problems.

  1. Alibaba celebrates IPO in style

    FBN’s Jo Ling Kent, Mark Yusko of Morgan Creek Capital Management and Mary Ann Bartels of Bank of America Merrill Lynch on Alibaba’s upscale launch party and who cashed in on the IPO.

  2. Deflation a bigger risk than inflation?

    Mark Yusko of Morgan Creek Capital Management and Mary Ann Bartels of Bank of America Merrill Lynch discuss the state of the markets.

  3. A look ahead to the 4Q

    Mark Yusko of Morgan Creek Capital Management and Mary Ann Bartels of Bank of America Merrill Lynch give their outlook for the markets.

  4. Can we beat ISIS without boots on the ground?

    Concerned Veterans for America CEO Pete Hegseth, Mark Yusko of Morgan Creek Capital Management and Mary Ann Bartels of Bank of America Merrill Lynch on former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta’s comments on ISIS and the markets.

  5. Survey: 48% of fund managers expect Spring 2015 rate hike

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald on a survey about fund managers and their expectations for a Spring 2015 rate hike.

  6. Time to sell Applied Micro Circuits’ shares?

    Belpointe Asset Management Chief Strategist David Nelson, FBN’s Charles Payne, Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall and FBN’s Tracy Byrnes respond to viewers’ stock questions.

  7. Is Wall Street outsourcing?

    Monster Worldwide senior vice president Joanie Courtney outlines why Wall Street is looking overseas to fill jobs.

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