Merrill Lynch CIO Ashvin Chhabra gives insight on how the markets will react to the Fed’s decision on rate hikes.
Former Rep. Jim Bacchus on what he makes of attorney general Eric Holder stepping down, the potential shuffle in a key cabinet position in China, and climate change.
ACE Investment Strategists Chief Trader Yu-Dee Chang, FBB Capital Partners Portfolio Manager Michael Mussio and Green Square Capital Managing Director Lincoln Ellis on the outlook for stocks.
IHS chief economist Nariman Behravesh and Commonwealth Financial CIO Brad McMillan talk growth in emerging markets.
V2V Associates CIO Rob Morgan, McAlvany Financial CEO David McAlvany and Silvercrest Asset Management Managing Director Patrick Chovanec on the debate over raising the minimum wage, the outlook for interest rates and the Alibaba IPO.
Business reporter Rachael Ruble on the Asian markets.
Tangent Capital senior managing director Jim Rickards on China’s tech crackdown.
ACE Investment Strategists Chief Trader Yu-Dee Chang, Money Matters Senior Advisor Ken Moraif, Tethys Partners Chief Market Strategist Bob Iaccino and FBN’s Jo Ling Kent on the markets.
U.S. Trust CIO Chris Hyzy and Palisade Capital Management CIO Dan Veru on the possibility of a credit crisis, market volatility and the bond market.
‘The Death of Money’ author James Rickards on China’s housing and banking system.
Brad Hintz of Sanford Bernstein & Co. on bank earnings, the return of the retail investor and his outlook for the Fed and equities.
Cadwalader chairman-elect Jim Woolery discusses the M&A market.
The Witkoff Group CEO Steve Witkoff on New York’s real-estate market.
Dick Bove of Rafferty Capital Markets and CME Group Executive Chairman Terry Duffy on the peer-to-peer lenders trying to take market share.
Grant’s Interest Rate Observer Editor James Grant gives tips for investing and insight into the Fed.
WSJ Chief Economics Correspondent Jon Hilsenrath and Dick Bove of Rafferty Capital Markets discuss the state of the banks.
FBN’s Jo Ling Kent explains why China is trying to keep its economy from slowing by lowering interest rates and outlines problems that can arise.
Global Practice Group Chair James Bacchus discusses the Chinese economy and the importance of its success on the global economy.
Payden & Rygel Chief Economist Jeff Cleveland, SFG Alternatives CIO Larry Shover and FBN’s Tracy Byrnes on reports China will ease its credit card restrictions and airlines seats getting even thinner.
Payden & Rygel Chief Economist Jeff Cleveland, SFG Alternatives CIO Larry Shover and FBN’s Tracy Byrnes on the Federal Reserve, gold prices and Gov. Christie’s reaction to a heckler.