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What is capital?

FBN’s Charles Payne explains what ‘capital’ is and discusses income inequality.

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  1. Economist Paul Krugman To Leave Princeton For CUNY

    Economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman is leaving his post as a Princeton University professor to join the Graduate Center at the City University of New...

  2. Fed's Fisher Backs Taper At Earliest Opportunity

    The Federal Reserve should begin to pull back the pace of its asset purchase program "at the earliest opportunity," said Richard Fisher, the president of the Dallas ...

  3. Health Reform Turning U.S. Into Part-Time Nation

    Part-time work accounted for a whopping 77% of the jobs the U.S. economy created from January through July, according to household survey data from the Bureau of Lab...

  4. Fed's Williams: Moderation May Be Best Policy

    Economic research suggests that moderation might be the best course for the Federal Reserve, given uncertainty about the effects of its new asset-purchase program, s...

  5. MARKET SNAPSHOT: U.S. Stocks Slip With Manufacturing Data

    U.S. stocks lost ground on Monday, with two benchmark indexes retreating from record highs, after a closely watched manufacturing gauge unexpectedly declined in Marc...

  6. MARKET SNAPSHOT: U.S. Stocks Retreat After Manufacturing Data

    U.S. stocks lost ground on Monday, with two benchmark indexes retreating from record highs, after a closely watched manufacturing gauge unexpectedly fell in March.Th...

  7. Delaying savings will only make problem worse: ECB's Praet

    Savings required to bring euro zone budgets under control cannot be put off for long, European Central Bank Executive Board member Peter Praet said in an interview i...

  8. Cyprus Roiled by Deposit Levy Plan

    Cypriot ministers rushed on Monday to revise a plan to seize money from bank deposits as part of an EU bailout, in an effort to ensure lawmakers supported it in a vo...

  9. Nasdaq Still 36% Lower Compared to 2000 High

    Guess who's back on top? No, it's not Paul Krugman and neither is it the Chicago Bulls. It's the Nasdaq Composite - that wretched technology heavy stock index you've...

  10. Nasdaq Still 57% Lower Compared to 2000 High

    Guess who's back on top? No, it's not Paul Krugman and neither is it the Chicago Bulls. It's the Nasdaq Composite - that wretched technology heavy stock index you've...

  11. Analysis: Icelanders question their lauded economic recovery

    Iceland's biggest IT company CCP is what the island needs to leave its economic crisis behind. It is global, growing and employs hundreds but its tale is also one of...

  12. John Taylor on Spending Cuts

    Hoover Institute senior fellow John Taylor on the sequester method and spending cuts.

  1. U.S. dollar benefitting from Japan’s slip into recession?

    Kenai Capital Management’s Tres Knippa on Japan’s economy and dip into recession.

  2. Red states pass higher minimum wage

    FBN’s Charles Payne, Heritage Capital President Paul Schatz, Monster Worldwide Senior V.P. Joanie Courtney, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, Stifel Nicolaus Portfolio Manager Chad Morganlander and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on the push to raise the minimum wage.

  3. Does Obama have his priorities in order?

    Goldwater Institute senior political advisor Lucy Caldwell on President Obama’s priorities and policies.

  4. Average CEO pay passes 8-digit mark

    Charlie Gasparino, Tracy Byrnes and Jack Hough on whether CEOs deserve such high pay.

  5. Obama failing our veterans?

    Andy Levy and Katherine Mangu Ward on President Obama’s outrage over the V.A. scandal.

  6. Hate-crime hysteria

    Matt Welch, Kmele Foster and Jedediah Bila on the recent hate crime in Kansas, and whether it has anything to do with the current political landscape.

  7. The global economy and markets

    First Trust Advisors chief economist Brian Wesbury on growth in the emerging markets.

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