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BlackRock’s Asian real estate strategies

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

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  1. The next exchange for a major deal

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino says the CME is sitting on $1.1B in cash for a possible acquisition.

  2. Bullish on the markets today

    Hennessy Funds portfolio manager Neil Hennessy gives his outlook for the markets.

  3. Will earnings hold the markets up?

    Cuttone & Co. Inc.’s Keith Bliss, Athena Advisor Services Dan Stecich and Spartan Commodity Fund’s Alan Harry on the Ukraine crisis’ impact on the markets and whether earnings can hold the markets up.

  4. Stocks Fall as Traders Review Housing Data

    FOX Business: Capitalism Lives HereU.S. equity markets failed to break out of negative territory on Wednesday as traders parsed through disappointing economic data a...

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

    Oil futures fell on Wednesday, with prices settling at a more than two-week low after a U.S. government report showed weekly crude supplies at a record of 397.7 mill...

  6. Stocks Slip as Traders Review Earnings, Data

    FOX Business: Capitalism Lives HereU.S. equity markets fell on Wednesday as traders parsed through disappointing economic data and mixed corporate earnings. Today's ...

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

    Oil futures turned a bit lower on Wednesday following weekly data that showed a slightly bigger-than-expected climb in crude supplies. The U.S. Energy Information Ad...

  8. Oil Futures Spill; U.S. Supply Expected to Climb

    NEW YORK--Oil futures tumbled Tuesday on concerns that U.S. crude-oil supplies could near or even exceed an all-time high, as domestic oil production keeps rising.Li...

  9. API Data Show Crude Supply Up 519,000 Barrels

    The American Petroleum Institute late Tuesday reported a climb of 519,000 barrels for the week ended April 18, according to sources. That was much less than expected...

  10. May Crude Oil Ends At Two-week Low Expiration Day

    Oil futures ended sharply lower on Tuesday, with the May contract losing more than 2% to settle at a two-week low on its expiration day. May crude fell $2.24, or 2.2...

  11. Oil Ends Slightly Higher, Holding Above $104

    Oil futures ended Monday's session modestly higher, after a brief foray into negative territory a day ahead of the expiration of the May futures contracts. May crude...

  12. Oil Futures Settle At a More Than Six-week High

    Oil futures edged higher on Thursday, supported by uncertainty surrounding Ukraine as well as some upbeat U.S. economic data that bode well for the outlook on energy...

  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. FOMC preview: What to expect

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

  4. How will the markets react to Flight MH17?

    Jonathan Corpina of Meridian Equity Partners, Phillips Streible of RJO Futures, Jeff Grossman of BRG Brokerage, Jeff Sica of Sica Wealth Management and former CIA director Jim Woolsey on how the Malaysian Airlines crash in Ukraine could impact the future of the markets.

  5. Volatility back in the energy markets?

    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.

  6. Equities: Be in to win?

    Raymond James chief investment strategist Jeff Saut, Seaport Securities founder Teddy Weisberg , Ira Epstein of The Linn Group and stock trader Elliot Warren weigh in on the markets.

  7. Gasparino: NY AG ramping up HFT investigation this summer

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino says NY AG Schneiderman is eyeing the summer to take enforcement action for high frequency trading.

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