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FBN’s Charlie Gasparino, Jack Hough of Barrons and Dan Shaffer of Shaffer Asset Management give insight into the markets.

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  1. CME’s Duffy on market volatility

    CME Group chairman Terry Duffy on Iraq’s impact on trading.

  2. A bullish oil scenario

    Chris Thorpe of Brick Investment Partners gives his outlook for the oil and energy markets.

  3. A strong dollar means buy gold

    Hedgeye Risk Management CEO Keith McCullough and RBC Wealth Management SVP George Gero discuss the state of the gold market.

  4. Washington eyes crude oil export ban

    First Trust Advisors chief economist Brian Wesbury, FBN’s Rich Edson, and Phil Flynn of The Price Futures Group on the fight in Washington over permits for natural gas exports.

  5. Inside Buffett’s mind

    Citigroup managing director John Freund and ‘Of Permanent Value’ author Andy Kilpatrick on Warren Buffett’s investing background and strategies.

  6. Stocks slide

    Hedgeye Risk Management CEO Keith McCullough and Merrill Lynch’s Mary Anne Bartels on what’s moving the market.

  7. 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...

  8. Oil Futures Slip On Record U.S. Oil Inventories

    Crude oil futures slipped on Wednesday after weekly data showed U.S. crude inventories hit a record high, though Brent managed to settle above $109 on support from t...

  9. 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...

  10. 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 ...

  11. 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...

  12. Stock Futures Dip as Traders Eye Corporate Earnings

    FOX Business: Capitalism Lives HereU.S. stock-index futures fell slightly on Wednesday as traders analyzed earnings from a slew of big-names companies. Today's Marke...

  1. Stocks to watch: MRO, WMT

    Lang Capital President Pete Lang, Lido Isle Advisors Managing Partner Jason Rotman and OptionPit.com founder Mark Sebastian on the state of the markets.

  2. 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.

  3. Sectors seeing growth now

    Brick Investment Partners managing director Chris Thorpe and Landcolt Capital founder Todd Schoenberger discuss their outlook for the economy and markets.

  4. High-frequency trading debate takes center stage on Capitol Hill

    Claman on Call: FBN’s Cheryl Casone with an after-hours web exclusive on the markets, high-frequency trading and the state of housing.

  5. Will Russia drive up energy prices?

    OPIS chief oil analyst Tom Kloza, former deputy assistant secretary of defense KT McFarland , and Phil Flynn of the Price Future Group discuss how geopolitical risks could impact the energy market.

  6. U.S. economy remains stable

    RBC Capital Markets chief U.S. economist Tom Porcelli, Glenmede director of investment strategy Jason Pride and Federated Investors chief strategist Phil Orlando discuss the economy.

  7. Summer BBQ, travel prices to heat up as commodities rally

    Many commodity futures – including cattle, hogs and crude oil – rallied in June, meaning Americans will start seeing higher prices at the supermarket and the pump.

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