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    Greenberg Capital founder David Greenberg, Chicago Energies president Peter Amandino and RDQ chief economist John Ryding give their outlook for energy in wake of the crisis in Iraq.

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  5. The next exchange for a major deal

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  9. Oil Ends Lower With U.S. Crude Supply At a Record

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  10. Stocks Slip as Traders Review Earnings, Data

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  11. Oil Slips As U.S. Supplies Rise More Than Expected

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  1. What to expect as Fed starts two-day policy meeting

    The Wall Street Journal Chief Economics Correspondent Jon Hilsenrath on what to expect from the Fed and markets.

  2. Virtu investigation delaying IPO until 2015?

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino discusses Virtu high frequency trading investigation and IPO.

  3. Could BlackBerry benefit from iCloud hacking?

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  4. BlackRock’s Asian real estate strategies

    BlackRock’s John Saunders weighs in on Asia’s real estate and growing markets.

  5. International market reaction to the Ukraine-Russia conflict

    Countdown to the Closing Bell panel on the latest in the tension between Russia and Ukraine and its impact on the markets.

  6. Fed policy helping or hurting U.S. economy?

    Countdown to the Closing Bell panel break down what the Fed’s latest monetary policy decision means for the markets and economy.

  7. FOMC preview: What to expect

    Hedgeye senior macro analyst Darius Dale on what to expect from the latest Fed meeting.

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