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15% correction expected by end of October?

Platinum Partners President Uri Landesman, Greywolf Execution Partners chief technical analyst Mark Newton and Tethys Partners Chief Market Strategist Bob Iaccino on the outlook for stocks.

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  1. Social Responsibility No Longer Optional For Businesses

    Selling a good product or service is no longer enough to attract today's socially conscious shoppers, new research shows.

  2. Web Fuels Religious Tensions in Myanmar

    As the death toll from an eruption of sectarian violence in central Myanmar rises to at least 40, religious tensions are now being whipped up again in the main city,...

  3. Battle Over Budget Cuts Continues on Capitol Hill

    FNC’s Martha MacCallum on the GOP’s efforts to reach a budget deal.

  4. What’s Driving the Market’s Surge?

    Holland & Co. Chairman Mike Holland on the stocks to watch in this market.

  5. What Can U.S. Do to End Cyber Attacks By China ?

    Strategic Materials Advisory Council’s Dean Popps and “The Coming Collapse of China ” author Gordon Chang on the cyber attacks against U.S. businesses and government agencies.

  6. Kucinich: Must Get America Back to Work

    Former Rep. Dennis Kucinich, (D-Ohio), on the President’s State of the Union address.

  7. CNOOC-Nexen deal wins key U.S. regulatory approval

    CALGARY, Alberta, Feb 12 (Reuters) - U.S. regulators approved the $15.1 billion takeover of Canadian oil and gas company Nexen Inc by China's state-owned CNOOC , rem...

  8. Japan's Abe turns to South East Asia to counter China

    The last time he was prime minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe's inaugural foreign trip was to China. In the job again 7 years later and relations with Beijing now chilly,...

  9. Would Sec. of State Kerry Be Good For U.S., China Relations?

    'Coming Collapse of China' author Gordon Chang and 'China Fallacy' author Donald Gross discuss U.S., China relations.

  10. Fiscal Cliff Deal's Impact on Economy

    Peter Morici explains how President Obama’s lack of pro-growth policies will drive more businesses overseas this year.

  11. Apparel factory fire reveals big brands' shadowy supply chains

    Sweating and trembling as he fielded questions about last month's killer fire at one of his factories in Bangladesh, Delwar Hossain insisted he had no idea the works...

  12. From Israel to Iran: 10 Countries Respond to Obama Victory

    After President Barack Obama's re-election, world leaders expressed hope for stronger cooperation with the United States on issues ranging from the struggle against ...

  1. Dan Quayle: U.S. still the sole superpower in the world

    Former Vice President of The United States Dan Quayle and former Home Depot CEO Bob Nardelli discuss geopolitical tensions.

  2. Stossel 06/26/14: Crapitalism

    Stossel takes on crony capitalism and the Export-Import Bank

  3. White House foreign policy hurting U.S. credibility overseas?

    Former World Chess Champion Garry Kasparov on the Obama Administration’s handling of foreign policy.

  4. Why is Europe quiet on Russia-Ukraine situation?

    Stratfor Global Intelligence’s George Friedman on the Russia-Ukraine situation.

  5. Sri Lanka opens $292 million Chinese-funded airport highway

    Sri Lanka opened a $292 million Chinese-funded airport highway on Sunday, amid Indian concern about Chinese influence as the island nation rebuilds after a nearly th...

  6. Syria Agrees to Hand Over Chemical Weapons

    Syria accepted a Russian proposal on Tuesday to give up chemical weapons and win a reprieve from U.S. strikes, while its warplanes bombed rebel positions in Damascus...

  7. After boom years, some Chinese firms run into trouble in crisis-hit Sudan

    When Chinese clothing wholesaler Chan Cui Xiao signed a deal with a Sudanese businessman to export colorful bed sheets to the African country he was confident of mak...

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