From the open to the close, "Closing Bell" and "Closing Bell: Overtime" have you covered. From whatâ€™s driving market moves to how investors are reacting, Sara Eisen and Scott Wapner guide listeners through each trading session and bring to you some of the biggest names in business.
What could be in store for stocks during the last days of this lousy year for the markets? Wharton Professor Jeremy Siegel gives his expert forecast. Plus, Cantor's Eric Johnston makes the case for his bearish stance. And, we debate the new tech trade playbook.
Stocks staging a big comeback after initially selling off following a stronger than expected November jobs report. Investors fearing the jobs data could force the Fed to be more aggressive with its rate hikes. LinkedIn Chief Economist Karin Kimbrough says the if you look beneath the headlines, the labor market is showing signs of cooling off, but it may not be enough for the Fed to feel comfortable. JPMorgan Asset Management's Jack Manley discusses why he doesn't think the Fed will be able to achieve a soft economic landing, although he is predicting a modest recession. Renaissance Macro's Jeff Degraaf discusses whether the recent market rally is the start of a new bull market or just a bear market bounce. Vital Knowledge Founder Adam Crisafulli says there may not be much room left for the market to rally. Steel stocks have been red hot this year. Nucor CEO Leon Topalian discusses what is driving steel demand and whether that strength can continue. And Tesla finally delivering its first electric semi truck, 5 years after unveiling its prototype. Loup Ventures' Gene Munster explains why he thinks Tesla's offering is putting the rest of the trucking industry on notice.
The rally taking a bit of a pause today after the big post-Powell pop. Altimeter's Brad Gerstner gives his take and explains how he is positioning his portfolio. Plus, Larry Cordisco breaks down the fate of the tech trade. And, market expert Mike Santoli digs in on what he's watching as we head into the final trading day of the week.
Stocks giving back some of Wednesday's huge gains as investors take profits ahead of Friday's key jobs report, which could have a big impact on the Fed's interest rate hike plans. Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management's Katerina Simonetti says investors should remain defensive despite new signs the Fed's interest rate hikes may slow down. Wells Fargo's Jay Bryson explains why he thinks the economy remains relatively strong and any recession next year will likely be modest. Bespoke's Paul Hickey on whether the market will be able to carry its recent rally into December, which historically is a strong month for stocks. Kroger Chairman & CEO Rodney McMullen discusses the grocery chain's better than expected earnings, the outlook for food inflation and his testimony this week before the Senate over his company's pending merger with Albertsons. National Association of Manufacturers CEO Jay Timmons reacts to the looming Senate vote to avoid a massive rail strike and the outlook for the manufacturing sector amid concerns about the economy. And Evercore ISI's Mark Mahaney reveals the results of his annual online travel survey and the two stocks that should be the big winners from the current travel environment.
Fed Chair Jay Powell's speech sent stocks higher today – so will his comments help markets move even higher into the end of the year? Ritholtz Wealth Management's Josh Brown gives his expert take. Plus, instant reaction to Salesforce numbers.
Fed Chair Jay Powell's speech sent stocks higher today – so will his comments help markets move even higher into the end of the year? Ritholtz Wealth Management's Josh Brown gives his expert take. Plus, instant reaction to Salesforce numbers. And, Sam Bankman Fried speaks at the NYT Dealbook conference.
How will Powell's speech tomorrow impact the markets? Virtus' Joe Terranova weighs in. Plus, iCapital's Anastasia Amoroso is giving her year-end playbook and breaking down her recession forecast. And, market expert Mike Santoli tells us what he's watching in tomorrow's session and what he is expecting from Fed Chair Jay Powell.
Stocks were range-bound in Tuesday trading as investors awaited a key speech Wednesday from Fed Chair Powell. Oakmark Portfolio Manager Bill Nygren joins with his top picks in this environment, and his thoughts on Bob Iger's return to Disney. Liz Ann Sonders from Charles Schwab breaks down her brand new outlook for 2023. Meantime the latest housing data showed another slowdown in single family home prices. The CEO of homebuilder Taylor Morrison shares her expectations for real estate demand and her thoughts on the rental market. Plus the latest on Apple, the Kroger-Albertsons deal, and the head of the National Retail Federation on holiday shopping.
Stocks seeing a big slide as protests in China over COVID-19 lockdowns bring risks back into focus. So, does it doom a late year rally? Trivariate's Adam Parker gives his forecast. Plus, the social soap opera that is Twitter took another dramatic turn today as Elon Musk takes aim at Apple over its advertising platform. Platformer's Casey Newton and Big Technology's Alex Kantrowitz weigh in. And, top retail analyst Matthew Boss breaks down the stocks he thinks will win the holiday season.
Civil unrest in China and hawkish commentary from the Fed sent global stocks tumbling in Monday trading. Anna Ashton from Eurasia Group and former Ambassador to China Max Baucus join to discuss the protests, and the potential impact on companies that do business there. Meantime early figures on holiday spending showed promise for retailers. The CEO of online sneaker and apparel platform GOAT joins to talk about his outlook for customers. Plus – venture capitalist Jihan Bowes-Little on Elon Musk's leadership style, and the latest on Apple and Disney.
It was a mixed day on Wall Street. The Dow rallying more than 150 points while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq ending in the red, although all three major averages were higher for the week. Solus Alternative Asset Management's Dan Greenhaus says he is still bearish on the market because he thinks the Fed's rate hikes will have a more negative impact on the economy than many investors are expecting. Crossmark Global's Victoria Fernandez says she is buying on market weakness and reveals where she sees opportunities. SVB Private Chief Investment Officer Shannon Saccocia discusses the two sectors she thinks could be ready to break out. Quadratic Capital Management's Nancy Davis on why the market's inflation expectations may be overly optimistic. Neuberger Berman's John San Marco reveals the top retail stocks on his Black Friday shopping list. And Fundstrat Global Advisors' Tom Lee reacts to Binance's new crypto recovery fund and why he still recommends investors buy cryptocurrencies despite FTX's collapse.
Stocks were mixed in a shortened Black Friday session, with the Dow turning in solid gains while the Nasdaq pulled back, weighed down by Apple amid production concerns in China. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports from Beijing with the latest on Apple's iPhone factory protests. Analyst Dan Ives from Wedbush discusses the impact on supply for the holidays. Peter Boockvar from Bleakley Financial Group discusses the market action and his outlook for tech stocks. The CEO of sneaker and apparel platform StockX breaks down the hottest brand on his site for the holidays – and how controversy around Kanye West is impacting Yeezy sales. Plus the latest on Activision, Airlines, Tesla, and Manchester United.
Stocks pushed to a two-month high while bond yields sink. So, what's ahead for markets and the Fed? Ritholtz Wealth Management's Josh Brown gives his take. Plus, Ryan Detrick of Carson Group breaks down some big opportunity in small caps. And your Black Friday look ahead. CNBC's Melissa Repko explains the 3 things every investor needs to be watching.
Stocks trading higher after the minutes from the Federal Reserve's most recent meeting indicated the central bank plans smaller rate hikes in the next few months because of cooling inflation. Fmr. Kansas City Fed President Thomas Hoenig discusses how high interest rates could go and when he thinks the Fed could eventually pivot. Allspring Global Investments' Brian Jacobsen discusses how investors should be positioning ahead of smaller rate hikes by the Fed. Energy Aspects Head of Research Amrita Sen discusses the outlook for energy prices as oil slides and natural gas spikes. And D.A. Davidson's Michael Baker reveals the three retail stocks he thinks are recession proof.
Investors closely watching the push/pull of the market and the catalyst that could catapult stocks over the rest of 2022. But does one exist? Virtus' Joe Terranova gives his take. Plus, Fundstrat's Mark Newton breaks down the key levels he is watching ... and where he sees stocks going from here. And, Sofi's Liz Young explains her volatility playbook.
Stocks soar following a batch of strong retail earnings and expectations the Federal Reserve will slow its pace of interest rate hikes. Goldman Sachs Chief Economist Jan Hatzius on why he thinks the Fed will be able to achieve a soft landing and avoid an economic recession. Famed investor Mario Gabelli discusses the market rally, his top picks, Disney's CEO shakeup and why he is betting on baseball. Abercrombie & Fitch shares soaring after reporting strong earnings. CEO Fran Horowitz discusses the state of the consumer and how the company has been able to avoid inventory issues that many other retailers are struggling with. And JPMorgan's Michael Rehaut explains why he is turning more bullish on homebuilder stocks despite so many headwinds hitting the housing market.
Investors closely watching the pause in the rally and whether it means the year-end jump for stocks is not in the cards. New Edge's Cameron Dawson gives her take. Plus, why EMJ's Eric Jackson thinks investors should fade the Disney C-suite shakeup. And, Mike Santoli says there is an asset class that is starting to crack again. He explains what it might mean for your money.
The major averages pulled back to kick off the holiday trading week, as investors keep a close eye on Fed commentary. Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester joins exclusively with her outlook for the December meeting, plus thoughts on the inflation trajectory and if she thinks a recession is coming in 2023. David Rosenberg from Rosenberg Research breaks down her comments and the market impact. Disney was a winner on the upside after the surprise news that former CEO Bob Iger would resume his post. David Faber joins with the latest on Iger's first priorities at the company. Plus the latest on FTX, Tesla's tumble, and DraftKings.
The tumbling tech trade front and center on Wall Street – so when is it safe to start buying again? Requisite's Bryn Talkington gives her take. Plus, a new memo from Elon Musk has triggered a slew of resignations at Twitter. Casey Newton and Alex Kantrowitz discuss what's at stake for the company. And, market expert Mike Santoli breaks down what he is watching in the upcoming shortened trading week.
Stocks moved higher in Friday trading after a choppy session. Bob Michele from J.P. Morgan Asset Management takes a closer look at the bond market in light of fresh comments from the Fed. Barbara Doran from BD8 Capital breaks down the action in equities and where she's looking for upside. Brandeis Business School Professor Stephen Cecchetti makes the case to regulators to “let crypto burn” in the wake of the FTX crash. The CEO of Barrick Gold gives his outlook for metals prices. Plus the latest on oil's rough week, the Elizabeth Holmes trial, Grindr's debut, and big moves for retail stocks.
The fed's Bullard says rates might need to go a lot higher than many expect. So, what could that mean for your money and where could stocks go from here? Trivariate's Adam Parker gives his take. Plus, Tony Pasquariello breaks down Goldman's market playbook. And, more drama at Meta. Shareholder Stephanie Link weighs in on what's at stake for the company.
Stocks pulled back a bit in Thursday trading as investors digested a wave of Fed commentary, and as Treasury yields moved higher. Eric Johnston from Cantor Fitzgerald makes the bear case for equities, saying he says very little upside to being long stocks right now. The collapse of FTX remained in focus as pressure builds on Sam Bankman-Fried. House Financial Services Committee chair Maxine Waters discusses her call for a hearing into the company and its former CEO. Plus, the head of the National Retail Federation shares his holiday sales outlook, and the latest on the housing market and Taylor Swift ticket drama.
Is the environment for stocks getting better or worse? Have stocks rallied too much for comfort? Ritholtz Wealth Management's Josh Brown weighs in. Plus, top-ranked chip analyst Stacy Rasgon gives his instant reaction to Nvidia's earnings report. And, should investors be more worried about the bond market's message? Market expert Mike Santoli explains.
Stocks closed mostly lower on Wall Street after a poor earnings performance from Target dinged investor sentiment. Former Walmart US CEO Bill Simon and JP Morgan analyst Chris Horvers discuss those results, and the read-through for other big box stores. Erin Browne from PIMCO makes the bull case for bonds, amid more color from Fed officials on the rate hike path. Chips were a weak spot in the session following a warning from Micron. Needham's Rajvindra Gill breaks down that news, and his outlook for Nvidia and Taiwan Semiconductor. Plus the latest on FTX, a big drop for one auto parts retailer, and why Zoom took a leg lower.
A fast-paced look at the after-hours moves and late-breaking news live from the New York Stock Exchange. Closing Bell Overtime drills down into stocks and sectors, interviews some of the world's most influential investors and gets you ready for the next day's action. ===
Stocks saw a major rally in early trading following weaker-than-expected inflation data and key retail earnings. But reports of Russian missiles hitting Poland put a pause on the rally. Fred Kempe from The Atlantic Council discusses the geopolitical implications of the reports. Lori Calvasina from RBC shares her outlook for the market in this uncertain environment. Chipotle's CEO gives his read on food inflation, along with thoughts on advertising on Twitter after Musk's takeover. Plus, the CEO of Planet Fitness talks growth, and the latest on FTX, Tesla, and the pop for Chinese tech stocks.
The Dow dropped to end the trading day – finishing out lower by 210 points. Dan Greenhaus of Solus gives his instant reaction. Plus, under-the-radar growth plays with Josh Bennett of Weatherbie Capital. And, Berkshire Hathaway's 13F filing officially out in Overtime. Market expert Mike Santoli gives his instant reaction.
It was a choppy session for the major averages in Monday trading, following the best week for the S&P 500 since June, as investors closely watched comments from the Fed, a meeting between Presidents Xi and Biden, and the results of the midterms. Scott Wren from Wells Fargo discusses how those factors impact his market outlook. Bruce Richards from Marathon Asset Management breaks down opportunities in credit. The CEO of snack giant Utz gives his read on inflation and the consumer. Plus the latest on Coinbase, big biotech moves, and Amazon.
Longtime bitcoin bull Tom Lee reveals how he's approaching the FTX fallout and its impact on the crypto market. Plus, why Veritas Financial's Greg Branch says his near-term bear case faces its biggest hurdle in nearly a year. And, the latest on Musk's Twitter takeover with Big Technology's Alex Kantrowitz and Platformer's Casey Newton.
Tech stocks rallying again a day after the Nasdaq soared 7% and the S&P 500 posting its best week since June on hopes the Federal Reserve will slow its pace of interest rate hikes. Strategas' Head of Technical & Macro Research Chris Verrone thinks the red hot energy sector is about to cool off and explains why he thinks cyclical stocks are set to rally. Jefferies Health Care Analyst David Windley on whether he sees buying opportunities in the sector, which is sharply lower today, but is among the best performers this year. Cryptos continuing to crash after embattled cryptocurrency exchange FTX filed for bankruptcy. Venture capitalist Eric Hippeau weighs in on whether he sees any buying opportunities among the crypto carnage. And Solar stocks were among the biggest winners this week. Sunnova CEO John Berger discusses how the potential change of power in Washington could impact his business.
The Dow closed up 1,200 points and the Nasdaq saw a pop of more than 7% following this morning's crucial CPI number. Carl Icahn gives his first reaction to Wall Street's big day – and explains why he stands by his bearish outlook. Plus, Guggenheim's Scott Minerd gives his exclusive take on stocks, crypto and more. And, Wedbush took Tesla off of its best ideas list. The analyst behind that call – Dan Ives – explains why.
Stocks staging the biggest rally in more than two years after the October Consumer Price Index came in weaker than expected, sparking hopes that inflation may be peaking. National Economic Council Director Brian Deese discusses whether inflation is finally cooling and the economy is heading for a soft landing. Neuberger Berman's Holly Newman Kroft reveals whether she is advising clients to pivot their portfolios to account for what could be a game changing inflation report. Morgan Stanley Investment Management's Chief Fixed Income Strategist Jim Caron on plunging treasury yields and how bond investors should be reacting to the CPI report. Blockchain.com CEO Peter Smith discusses the collapse of crypto exchange FTX and whether it is destroying investor trust in cryptocurrencies. And Lazard CEO of Financial Advisory Peter Orszag weighs in on the outcome of the midterm election and how it could impact both the market and the debt ceiling.
A fast-paced look at the after-hours moves and late-breaking news live from the New York Stock Exchange. Closing Bell Overtime drills down into stocks and sectors, interviews some of the world's most influential investors and gets you ready for the next day's action.
Stocks fell in Wednesday trading as Disney's post-earnings drop weighed on the Dow and more crypto concerns hit sentiment. Bank of America's Jessica Ehrlich discusses Disney's plunge and if she recommends buying the dip. Jimmy Pethokoukis from the American Enterprise Institute weighs in on the market implications from the midterms. The CEO of Levi talks about a c-suite change at the company. Plus real estate titan Howard Lorber on housing demand, the latest on Binance-FTX, and the impact of Meta's layoffs.
It was another up day for stocks amid questions about how long this move can continue. Virtus' Joe Terranova gives his take. Plus, Fundstat's Mark Newton is breaking down the key levels to watch ahead of CPI. And, some big drama brewing in the crypto space. Bryn Talkington of Requisite Capital weighs in.
Wall Street taking investors on a wild ride. The Dow had been up 500 points amid investor optimism over the midterm elections, but gave back some of those gains following a crash in cryptocurrencies. Crypto exchange Binance rocking the crypto world by announcing plans to buy rival FTX's non-U.S. business. Mizuho's Dan Dolev discusses why that could be very bad news for Coinbase. Morgan Stanley Chief U.S. Equity Strategist Mike Wilson says the market could get a post-midterm election pop, but thinks that rally will likely be unsustainable. Find out what it will take for the bear market to end. iCapital Chief Investment Strategist Anastasia Amoroso sees rising odds of a year-end rally, but is concerned recession risks are not fully priced into the market. Sunpower CEO Peter Faricy discusses his company's strong earnings and whether a potential Republican win in the midterms could signal cloudy days ahead for solar stocks. And Kimberly Clark CEO Michael Hsu on how the consumer products company is handling rising inflation and its impact on consumers.
The market rallying despite a series of serious risks. Can stocks find some traction for an end of year bounce? Trivariate's Adam Parker gives his forecast. Plus, Lyft reported results in Overtime. EMJ's Eric Jackson gives his expert take as a former shareholder. And, Mike Santoli looks ahead to the midterm elections and what it might mean for Wall Street.
Stocks rallying ahead of Tuesday's midterm elections as investors shrugged off an iPhone shipment warning from Apple caused by China's Covid lockdowns. Bridgewater Chief Investment Strategist Rebecca Patterson, whose fund is up big this year, isn't buying this rally. She discusses why this could just be a bear market bounce. Blueshirt Group Managing Director Gary Dvorchak, who advises companies in Asia seeking to IPO in the U.S., discusses the risks vs. rewards of investing in China right now in the wake of Apple's warning. Citi's Scott Chronert and Wells Fargo's Michael Pugliese unveil their playbooks for how you should be investing in the wake of tomorrow's midterm election. And MKM Partners' Rohit Kulkarni reacts to reports of massive job cuts at Meta and what that means for the stock.
Is the trading environment getting worse as many suggest or does today's hot jobs report mean the economy might actually be able to withstand the interest rate onslaught from the Fed. Solus' Dan Greenhaus gives his forecast. Plus, Vantage Rock's Avery Sheffield breaks out her inflation playbook. She breaks down the parts of the market she thinks could thrive in this uncertain environment. And, Ed Yardeni is making a bold call on stocks and what might be in store for the rest of the year.
Stocks rallying on Wall Street following the stronger than expected October jobs report, but the major averages all closed the week in the red. Investors were somewhat encouraged that the unemployment rate increased to 3.7%, which could help convince the Fed to slow its pace of rate hikes. The leisure and hospitality sector seeing gains of 35,000 jobs. Marriott CEO Tony Capuano discusses those gains and whether he sees any signs the red hot travel sector is slowing down. Strategas' Dan Clifton says the market is now pricing in a GOP win in the midterm election next week. He discusses how you should position your portfolio depending on who controls Congress. Bespoke's Paul Hickey explains why he sees major red flags for growth stocks right now. And Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Capuano discusses his imminent trip to Europe to discuss additional sanctions against Russia with U.S. allies.
Stocks struggled with another blast from a hawkish fed … so what's next for the broad market? Hightower's Stephanie Link gives her take. Plus, Cantor's Eric Johnston is changing his tune on the market after turning tactically bullish just one month ago. And, instant analysis to PayPal and Block's quarterly reports.
Stocks staging a steep sell off at the open after the Federal Reserve signaled an interest rate pivot is not on the horizon, but the market closed well off the lows of the session. Former Fed Vice Chair Richard Clarida weighs in on how high he thinks interest rates will rise and why he thinks the Fed won't pause until at least March. JPMorgan Asset Management's Meera Pandit on whether the market could sell off again tomorrow if the October jobs report comes in stronger than expected. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm on whether President Biden's threat to impose a windfall tax on oil companies has any chance of passing Congress. Under Armour Founder Kevin Plank & Interim CEO Colin Browne discuss the company's stronger than expected earnings and whether they see any signs of slowing consumer spending. And Zoetis CEO Kristin Peck discusses the animal health company's weak earnings and guidance and how veterinary labor challenges are impacting her company.