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  1. Will Yellen rule out mid-year interest rate increases?

    FOX Business Contributor Jon Hilsenrath previews Fed Chief Janet Yellen’s testimony before Congress.

  2. Liz Ann Sonders: Shift your money abroad

    Charles Schwab Chief Investment Strategist Liz Ann Sonders discusses why she thinks we are in a secular bull market in the U.S. and why you should shift your money into emerging markets.

  3. What’s next for the Fed?

    FOX Business Contributor’s Jon Hilsenrath and Phil Flynn, Former Richmond Federal Reserve President Al Broaddus Keith Bliss of Cuttone & Co., Chris Gersch of Altimus Capital and New Zealand Prime Minister John Key discuss Fed policy.

  4. Frenkel talks ECB, economy and terrorism

    JPMorgan Chase International Chairman Jacob Frenkel discusses the ECB stimulus, the Fed, and what he believes is the biggest threat to the global markets.

  5. U.S. markets give thumbs up to ECB stimulus

    Cuttone & Co.’s Keith Bliss and The Fox Group’s Trent Wagner on the impact of the ECB and the strengthening dollar.

  6. Big names arrive in the Swiss Alps

    FBN’s Liz Claman with the latest on the World Economic Forum and a look at Swiss chocolates.

  7. How the ECB decision will effect global investing

    Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman says the ECB move should inject growth and confidence into Europe, he also gives his outlook for energy and business in 2015.

  8. Income inequality’s impact on global growth

    Uni Global Union General Secretary Philip Jennings discusses how to tackle income inequality.

  9. How the ECB QE decision could impact markets

    Schroders’ Azad Zangana discusses the latest European Central Bank monetary policy decision, and the European markets.

  10. Finland Prime Minister: Growth doesn’t come from the public sector

    Finland Prime Minister Alexander Stubb on the state of the economy in Finland and Europe.

  11. Dow Chemical CEO: U.S. economy is getting stronger

    Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris on the state of business in Europe and his thoughts on Greece getting kicked out of the Eurozone.

  12. Markets pricing in ECB monetary policy?

    Stifel Nicolaus Portfolio Manager Kevin Caron and Skybridge Capital Founder Anthony Scaramucci discuss how ECB President Mario Draghi ’s potential decision to begin quantitative easing will impact the markets.

  1. Who are this week’s biggest winners?

    Forbes Media Chairman & Editor-in-Chief Steve Forbes, FBN’s Cheryl Casone and Reason Foundation Director of Economic Research Anthony Randazzo on this weeks biggest winners and losers.

  2. U.S. the best game in town?

    Wall Street Journal Editor-in-Chief Jerry Baker and Jeff Kravetz of U.S. Bank Wealth Management discuss the health of the European and U.S. economies.

  3. Will the U.S. economy be hurt by European debt?

    Heritage Foundation Chief Economist Steve Moore, ‘Popular Economics’ Author John Tamny and Former Sen. Evan Bayh, (D-Indiana), on oil train fires, Europe’s financial debt and whether it will impact the U.S. economy positively or negatively.

  4. U.S. adds 295K jobs in February

    Former Council of Economic Advisers Chairman Austan Goolsbee and Holland & Company Chairman Mike Holland discuss the February jobs report.

  5. Delta plane skids off LaGuardia Airport runway

    Atlanta Capital Management Portfolio Manager Bill Bell, Global Financial Private Capital Chief Strategist Mike Sorrentino and Bulls-Eye Options Chief Strategist Alan Knuckman on the state of the markets.

  6. Do stretched tech valuations mean a bubble is here?

    Raymond James Chief Investment Officer Jeff Saut and RBS Chief U.S. Economist Michelle Girard on whether we are experiencing another tech bubble and the problems with lower interest rates.

  7. Risks in the Fed

    Hedgeye Risk Management CEO Keith McCullough argues the Fed has been too high on inflation and employment growth.

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