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Stossel 04/03/2015: Creative destruction

Is it good when innovation causes people to lose jobs and industries to shift? Stossel and guests debate

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  1. JPM’s U.S. Private Bank CEO: I never intended to be a banker

    Kelly Coffey always knew she wanted to run a business, but working that into a career at the No. 1 U.S. bank by assets wasn’t ever on her radar.

  2. Elizabeth Warren pushing Hillary on Social Security?

    Cato Institute Senior Fellow Dan Mitchell on Elizabeth Warren pushing Hillary Clinton to expand Social Security.

  3. Emerging market plays

    According to the latest New York Fed survey, dealers now expect the first Fed rate hike in September. Does this mean you should buy emerging markets? Kathryn Rooney Vera of Bulltick Capital Markets discusses.

  4. U.S. import prices fall, export prices rise in March

    FBN’s Adam Shapiro breaks down March’s U.S. import and export prices data.

  5. Are Americans afraid of entering the stock market from selloff trauma?

    Edelman Financial Services Vice Chairman David Bach and Psychiatrist Dr. Gail Saltz on why Americans are afraid of entering the stock markets.

  6. Where to put your money right now

    Tethys Partners Chief Market Strategist Bob Iaccino, Piper Jaffray Senior Technical Analyst Craig Johnson and United Capital Financial Advisers CEO Joe Duran on what’s driving the markets, interest rates and the best stock picks.

  7. Americans giving stock market the cold shoulder?

    According to a Bankrate survey, 52% of Americans are not invested in the U.S. stock market. How does this impact the market and investing?

  8. How will rate hikes weigh on Americans and banks?

    New York Community Bancorp President & CEO Joseph Ficalora on when the Fed will raise rates, interest rates and how it will change banks.

  9. Rate hike by June?

    At its March meeting all but one Fed member agreed the word ‘patient’ should be removed from its forward guidance.

  10. FOMC debates removing patient from statement

    FBN’s Peter Barnes breaks down the latest Fed minutes.

  11. Why should I invest?

    FBN’s Charles Payne on how investing can help protect Americans’ savings from inflation .

  12. Spending inequality in the U.S.

    Forbes Magazine Publisher Rich Karlgaard, Independent Women’s Forum Executive Director Sabrina Schaeffer and FBN’s Cheryl Casone on concerns inflation is hurting America’s middle class, a report that salt could actually be good for people.

  1. UBS Chairman talks wealth management

    UBS Chairman Axel Weber on investing in a volatile market environment and the company’s plan for growth.

  2. The key to college: It’s not where you go, it’s how you use it

    Want to beat the college admission frenzy? New York Times Op-Ed Columnist Frank Bruni offers a fresh look at college admissions.

  3. CBO: Government taxing more, spending more, and running bigger deficit

    FBN’s Charles Payne, Penn Financial President Matt McCall, Fairfax Global CEO & CIO Paul Dietrich, News Director Scottie Hughes, Belpointe Asset Management Chief Strategist David Nelson and Veracruz TJM Founder Steve Cortes on Federal tax breaks, government taking record earnings and if we should change our tax system.

  4. Small-business optimism nosedives to 9-month low

    NFIB small-business optimism index fell 2.8 points to 95.2 in March. Chief Economist Bill Dunkelberg says small business isn’t optimistic about the future.

  5. European shares mostly lower as Greece concerns return

    CMC Markets’ Jasper Lawler on the European market movers.

  6. How are retail sales weighing on the stock market?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, CIO A&G Capital Hilary Kramer, President Penn Financial Matt McCall, Plimsoll Mark Managing Director Jim Awad, TPNN news director Scottie Nell Hughes, Prudential Financial Market Strategist Quincy Krosby on retail sales and consumer spending.

  7. Gasparino: Hillary Clinton likely to raise $2.5B

    Wall Street executives tell FBN’s Charlie Gasparino that Hillary Clinton’s funding will hit $2.5 billion.

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