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Stocks are in the red yet again, with the Nasdaq now having its worst month since November 2008. And now $1.3 trillion of expiring options are adding to the market anxiety. We'll explain. Plus, Netflix is on pace for its worst day in nearly a decade, after Peloton's plummet yesterday. Are these “pandemic darlings” sinking a good sign for getting back to normal? We'll debate. And, in today's edition of Earnings Exchange: we'll prep you for Caterpillar, Intel and Tesla results with a huge week of reports ahead.
The ARK is rallying, Chinese stocks are flying, Semis are higher and FANG is nearly all in the green. Growth has been sold off hard, but we'll talk to one expert who thinks growth stocks might be ready for a comeback. Plus, speaking of China – its central bank just cut rates, while most of the world is considering hikes. We'll explain why. And, in today's edition of Earnings Exchange: we'll give you the story, the action & the trade in Schlumberger, Netflix & CSX with results on deck.
The Nasdaq is officially in correction territory, down 10% from its recent highs thanks to a more hawkish stance from the Fed. And despite the stock market pain, many analysts believe they still must tighten aggressively. We'll discuss. Plus, the chip stocks continue to get crushed, with nearly all of them lower so far this year. How much more downside might there be? We'll explore. And, in today's edition of Earnings Exchange: we'll give you the story, the action & the trade in the airlines & Alcoa results on deck.
Kelly talks to Mark Campanale, the founder and executive chairman of the Carbon Tracker Initiative. Mark explain why he thinks oil prices will ultimately head much, much lower; what kind of future returns investors should expect from Exxon and the other oil and gas majors; and the key metric to watch for when oil prices start to turn bearish. He also gives his best "ESG" investing advice--and why to avoid many of the funds.
The 10 year yield is driving toward 2%, and that's pushing the Nasdaq nearly 10% below its November peak. We'll reveal the best investing approach right now. Plus, video games are among the top performers today after Microsoft's surprise bid for Activision Blizzard. We'll explore all aspects of the blockbuster deal. And, in today's Rapid Fire: after another rough day for earnings, we'll look ahead to some key companies set to report tomorrow, and whether or not the trend continues.
Kelly sits down with Toby Rice, the CEO of EQT Corp., the biggest natural gas producer in the country. We talk about his career journey, from starting his eponymous firm with his brothers, to selling to EQT and later coming back--after a proxy battle--as CEO of the company in 2018. We look at why natural gas prices are so much higher in New England than other parts of the country, what can be done to solve that, and where the natural gas industry is headed. Toby also explains why he believes natural gas offers the best opportunity in the near term to confront climate change.
Earnings season is starting off on the wrong foot, as Financials – one of the best performers of the new year – are now dragging down the Dow. We'll look at what went wrong for the banks, and what it means for the inflation trade, too. Plus, the Nasdaq jumped at the open before falling back. We'll give you tips on how to ride out the volatility in the Tech trade right now. And, in today's Rapid Fire: we're shopping for bargains. We'll bring you 4 stocks that are down big this week, and explain if it's time to buy or bail!
A strong session today for reopening trades, while Tech is on track to break a 3-day winning streak. We'll give you 3 stocks to buy in this rising rate environment, and gauge how much pain lies ahead Tech stocks. Plus, are people leaving the workforce, or are they actually starting companies of their own? We've got the data. And, in today's Rapid Fire: we'll bring you the trades in Banks, Toys, Rental Cars & Online Dating.
The word of the day is Inflation, with the CPI posting its biggest jump in 40 years. And yet markets aren't selling off, and bond yields are actually lower. We'll look at what the real story is here. Plus, can EV makers get the costs to make them down low enough to please customers AND bankers? We'll explore. And, in today's Rapid Fire: travel troubles, payment problems and the craze over Crocs.
The Nasdaq is rallying back today, just as Fed Chair Jerome Powell testifies before the Senate. Are the two connected? We'll discuss. Plus, could Jamie Dimon be a factor? His bullish remarks on our show are also being cited as turning sentiment. Is the ‘great rotation' over? We'll debate. And, in today's Rapid Fire: Twinkies, Donuts, Chips, and a potential red flag for bitcoin & the crypto craze.
Another tough day for Tech, as the Nasdaq sinks below a key technical level, down 10% from recent highs. Is it Goldman Sachs' fault? The bank is now forecasting 4 rates hikes this year. We'll get latest on the Fed & the fallout. Plus, it's been one year since ‘Meme Mania' consumed markets. We'll look at the biggest winner & losers since then. And, J.P. Morgan Chase Chairman & CEO Jamie Dimon joins CNBC to discuss his 2022 outlook for markets, rates, Covid & more.
The jobs reports disappointed once again, though the unemployment rate fell below 4%. So do we have a strong labor market or not? We've got both sides of that debate covered. Plus, Bitcoin just hit its lowest level since September, but drops like these have happened before. Will it bounce back like always? We'll explore. And, in today's Rapid Fire: Gamestop's NFT plans, the software surge and who's ahead in AR?
Is the Tech selloff already over, or just taking a rest? We'll speak with the “Dean of Valuations” about where he sees value in these markets. Plus, the labor market is so strong that it's brining the Fed off the sidelines. Will tomorrow's jobs number keep that narrative intact? We'll debate. And, in today's Rapid Fire: where Wall Street sees value in some hard hit stocks, including Bed, Bath & Beyond.
The great dispersion continues into the third trading session of the year. High multiple stocks are suffering, while low multiple stocks outperform. Plus Value outperforms Growth, and Industrials outperform Tech. Should you chase these moves, or fade them? We'll discuss. Plus, the last remaining Blackberry phones went dark yesterday, as the company pivots to its software business. We'll talk to the CEO about the next chapter. And, we'll highlight the afternoon action in markets. We've got the story & the trade in Intel, AT&T and Beyond Meat.
Energy & Financials are flying, Tech is tanking and bond yields are strengthening. All this as a formerly dovish Fed official just got a little more hawkish. We'll reveal the biggest threat to the market rally right now. Plus, Disney was the worst stock in the Dow last year, but Wells Fargo just named it a top pick anyway. We'll speak with the analyst behind the call. And, in today's Rapid Fire: betting on Amazon, beating bitcoin, and being Adam Neumann.
Markets are trying to start the year with gains, though some analysts are concerned valuations are too high coming off last year. But is the market actually *cheaper* now? We've got the numbers. Plus, bond yields are popping right now, as the morning breakout gains more stream. We'll look at the global bond selloff & other trends to watch in 2022. And, in today's Rapid Fire: analysts are placing their bets. We'll look at four top picks for the year ahead across four different sectors.
Everyone is expecting the Fed to raise rates next year. But what if that doesn't actually happen? Why one strategist says rate hikes could be off the table completely for 2022. Plus, we'll take a look at what's next for bitcoin, NFTs and the rise of ‘DeFi' as the crypto craze rolls on. And, in today's Rapid Fire: will energy get hot again? Can the stay-at-home trade rebound? And what do you do with FAANG?
Markets are nearing record highs, despite surging Covid cases and fresh lockdowns across China & Europe. We'll speak with one economist about why he's unwaveringly optimistic about the future. Plus, it's been a tough go for Robinhood, on pace for its worst month ever. We'll speak with Wall Street's most bullish analyst about why he's sticking with it. And, in today's Rapid Fire: Tesla's safety recall, a chipmaker China warning and the return of the buyback.
The S&P 500 was unable to clinch a 70th record closing high yesterday. Will today be the day, or is the Santa Claus rally already over? We'll debate. Plus, Brian Sullivan peers into his 2022 ‘crystal ball' to reveal the top 5 predictions he has for markets & the economy in the year ahead. And, in today's Rapid Fire: crypto gets crushed, the building boom continues, an inflation indicator, and can Star Wars help boost Disney shares? We'll explore it all.
The S&P 500 is trying for its 70th record closing high of the year. We'll tell you the best places for your money as we near a record finish to 2021. Plus, President Biden is calling in more regulatory reinforcements to try and fight soaring inflation. Will his strategy work? We'll debate. And, in today's Rapid Fire: will there be less bite and more bark for the “dogs” of the Dow next year? We'll talk that plus how to trade Apple & Peloton in 2022.
Wall Street shrugging off Omicron concerns with the S&P 500 hitting a record intraday high…we get a few under-the-radar small cap plays to invest in now. Demand for at-home rapid Covid tests still outrunning supply, but just how good are they at detecting the Omicron variant? A leading infectious disease doctor weighs in. And cruise lines get hit yet again as four sailings are turned away from ports due to Covid outbreaks on board, Spiderman nets a billion dollars, and the surprising tech winners of 2021.
Stocks are rising for a third straight day, but there are still some major concerns out there – including inflation and the Fed's reaction to it. We'll take a look at what it all means for markets in 2022, and tell you how to position your portfolio for the year ahead. Plus, Omicron continues to surge just as folks get ready to celebrate the holidays with friends and family. Will the outbreak get even worse in the new year? We'll ask a medical expert. And, in today's Rapid Fire: Nikola completes its first EV truck delivery, and Spider-Man makes a historic debut at the box office.
Markets are higher again today, but after a series of huge moves, the action is relatively calm. Does that mean the dust has settled and it's safe to dive back in? We'll give you some names that are attractive here. Plus, we'll hear from an Apple watcher who says supply chain pain could cost the company billions of dollars more than previously thought. And, in today's Rapid Fire: analysts are making bold calls ahead of the holidays, and we'll ask our panel if these stocks are a buy or not.
Stocks are bouncing back following three straight down days. Does that mean the ‘Santa Claus rally' is back on Wall Street? We'll debate. Plus, we'll dig deeper into some key sectors to figure out where they might be headed in 2022, and tell you how to position for the new year. And, we'll speak with the head of a company that's figured out a unique way to offset inflation and rising food prices: ugly fruits & vegetables!
Markets are down again today, and for the fifth time in the past six sessions. Sure Omicron is hurting sentiment, but we'll at some other factors adding to the selling too. Plus, Senator Joe Manchin says he opposes President Biden's ‘Build Back Better' plan. We'll tell you what that means for GDP. And, have you seen the line for Covid tests lately? We have too. We'll tell you which stocks will actually benefit from the testing surge.
Kelly sits down with the Chairman and CEO of New Jersey utility company PSEG, Ralph Izzo, to discuss the reason why Europe's energy crisis is so much worse than the U.S. this year, the difference in carbon markets and prices, whether the grid can handle more extreme weather events in the years to come, and promising new developments in his specialty field: nuclear fusion . Ralph also tries to convince Kelly to get a "smart thermostat" for her house.
Between inflation and Covid, the stock market is dealing with a lot of moving pieces right now. We'll look at why AI, Big Data and cybersecurity could be good bets right now amid rising worries. Plus, staples are having a great month, but not all of them are created equal. We'll give you our top picks for safety. And, in today's Rapid Fire, we'll talk the semi slowdown, why J.P. Morgan is ‘lovin' it' and whether or not AMC is more than just a meme stock.
The Dow is holding onto early gains, but the Nasdaq is the big loser today – and the only major index still lower for December. So what's changed since yesterday? And how do you play this market? We'll ask the experts. Plus, AT&T is getting a boost today on an upgrade at Morgan Stanley. We'll speak with the analyst behind the call for 20% upside from here. And, in today's Rapid Fire: Google vs. Disney, Reddit files to go public, and an under-the-radar restaurant stock gets served some love from Wall Street.
Markets are trading in a tight range as investors brace for one of the most anticipated Fed decisions in a long time. With inflation running at a 39-year high, Jerome Powell surprised markets last month by retiring the word “transitory” and admitting it's time to considering speeding up the taper. What does it all mean for the markets and the economy? We'll ask the experts, and cover every angle for you as the decision looms just minutes away.
Kelly speaks with BMO's Simeon Siegel. They talk about how Peloton shares have fallen sharply, just like Simeon warned they would; how that restores his faith in efficient markets; and what it was like for him when they were trading above $100. They also talk about how wholesale is making a comeback as a business model, what that means for stores like Macy's and Nordstrom, and why Traeger grills are actually a good example of that. Plus--the name that Simeon thinks is one to watch into 2022.
The ugly PPI report has sent stocks into the red, as the Fed kicks off its big two-day meeting. Will they look at the data and start to taper faster? We'll debate. Plus, media stocks have been crushed lately, but trying to stage a comeback today. We'll look at what's driving the losses and who's best positioned for a turnaround. And, in today's Rapid Fire: we'll bring you some big calls for 2022, including Apple, Chipotle and Disney, and tell you how to trade them.
Is it time for markets to start preparing for a worst-case scenario from the Fed? We'll tell you what that could look like, and the likely stock winners & losers too. Plus, 2021 is shaping up to be the year of the merger, with record M&A deals. Who's best positioned to benefit if that momentum continues into 2022? We'll explain. And, in today's Rapid Fire: Apple's ascension to $3 trillion, Harley Davidson's EV moves and Peloton's “Big” moment.
In this conversation, Kelly covers everything from her unlikely entry into the world of cryptocurrencies to the next hot investment with venture capitalist Sarah Kunst of Cleo Capital, which was involved in a big fundraise at the Winklevoss twins' Gemini. Sarah talks about the way she fell into the space, why she keeps buying the crypto dips and why she's dipping her toe into the clean energy names.
Stocks are on track for big weekly gains, despite the biggest jump in inflation in nearly 40 years. And even with the nasty headlines, bond yields are moving lower today. We'll try to make sense of it all. Plus, restaurants are feeling the inflation pinch. We'll look at who's hurting the most, and who's best positioned to weather the storm. And, in today's Earnings Exchange: we'll bring you the action, the story and the trade in Lennar, FedEx and Rivian ahead of results next week.
The major averages are on track for nice weekly gains, trying to extend their winning streak to 4 straight sessions. We'll speak with a strategist who says this rally is all about “TINA” & “FOMO,” and he'll give us 3 stocks poised to benefit. Plus, we'll speak with the CEO of UMH Properties about the hot housing market, and why his company's manufactured homes are poised to take off even more. And, in today's Earnings Exchange: we'll give you the action, the story and the trade in Lululemon, Costco and Broadcom ahead of results on deck.
Staying in the metaverse, Kelly chats with NFT artist GM Render about how he discovered digital art, his ongoing projects, and how NFTs and the metaverse are returning power to the people. They also explore how one group nearly bought a copy of the U.S. Constitution for $40+ million.
Stocks are taking a breather today after back-to-back strong gains that have helped close the gap on the recent selloff. But small cap names are still lagging the rest of the market this year. We'll give you four stocks that are good buys at these levels. Plus, shares of ChargePoint are lower on a wider-than-expected loss, and down 30% since going public. We'll speak with the CEO about earnings, expansion and the Infrastructure bill. And, in today's Earnings Exchange: we'll give you the action, the story and the trade in Gamestop, Rent The Runway and Hormel on deck.
Kelly speaks with Justin Fuisz, CEO and Co-Founder of Octi, a recently launched social media app, about the rapid changes in the metaverse space. We talk about why Apple is a key player to watch; why Octi intentionally looks and feels a lot like TikTok right now; and how people should best get familiar with this emerging space. They also discuss the risks to Facebook's ambitions, and how Octi makes money.
We're seeing a mega market rally for the second straight session, with the Nasdaq leading the way this time. We'll look at what's changed, and what stocks could be the next great opportunities in the tech space. Plus, semiconductors and cloud names are flying high today, while media stocks are selling off. We'll dig deeper into today's big movers. And, strong guidance and record margins have shares of Designer Brands soaring. We'll speak with the CEO about the consumer and the holiday shopping surge.
Stocks are in rally mode today but we've been here before. Is the volatility here to stay into year-end? We'll look at how to best position yourself. Plus, putting a price on carbon. Former BP CEO Bob Dudley says it's necessary but how will energy companies cope with that? And where does he see oil prices going from here? We'll ask him. And, you may know him as Deadpool or as the face of Aviation Gin, but actor Ryan Reynolds is also working to change advertising. He joins us live with the disconnect he sees in the industry and how his new venture hopes to disrupt the space.
Kelly talks to Graham Copley, Founding Partner at C-MACC about two critical issues: the supply chain and the energy transition away from fossil fuels. They dig into why Graham isn't worried about permanent logistics issues and why inflation isn't here to stay.
The Nasdaq selling off in tandem with falling rates. What's behind the tech disconnect…and where you can find opportunities. Users are spending millions of dollars on real estate in the metaverse. We explore how a virtual reality is creating real world jobs. And the restaurant darlings of the pandemic are falling out of favor with investors…what's driving the dining drop.
What a difference a day makes…again. After a late-day selloff yesterday, the major indices stage a big rebound. We explore whether investors should wait for the volatility to calm down or go bargain hunting. Recruiter.com CEO Evan Sohn joins us ahead of the November Jobs Report to discuss employees' and employers' changing priorities as candidates reevaluate what they want out of new positions. Plus, Enron went bankrupt 20 years ago today. And while the ensuing fraud scandal was epic, Enron leaves behind a complex legacy…one that includes video conference calls and digital streaming.
Kelly talks to Stan Majcher, Mid-Cap Value Portfolio Manager at Hotchkis & Wiley. They cover the Biden administration's plans to lower oil prices, the structural issues in the energy industry, big oil's spending issues, and where to invest.
Before the CDC said the first Omicron case in the US has been identified, stocks were higher on day two of Powell and Yellen on the Hill, we dig into what their testimony means for both the bulls and the bears and how to play it. With AWS announcing two new chips and Apple bringing production in house, we look at what the manufacturing reshoring trend means for the global chipmakers. Plus, a wild week for airlines as covid variant concerns weigh…should you buy the dip? One trader says yes.
Fed Chair Jay Powell triggering a sell-off after he said the QE taper timeline could accelerate and that inflation is no longer ‘transitory.' We dig into what it means for the equity and bond markets…and where to find opportunities. Consumer Confidence hit a low not seen since February as inflation continues to weigh…Conference Board CEO Steve Odland digs into what it means for retailers and the labor market. And Apple was a rare bright spot, Needham's Laura Martin reveals why she's staying bullish on the tech giant despite the tech wreck.
Stocks bouncing back after Friday's big selloff. Did the markets overreact to Omicron? We'll explore. Plus, Jack Dorsey is stepping down as CEO of Twitter. With the stock down 40 percent from its February high, we look at what's next for the company. And, Bitcoin rebounding today but still down double digits in the last two weeks. We look at why the Omicron variant isn't the only thing driving the selling.
In this conversation, CNBC reporter Kate Rooney helps walk us through the big changes that have created headwinds for payment giants Visa and Mastercard. We talk about the significance of Visa's bid for Plaid; the rise of new rival payment networks; and which crypto names could also end up significantly disrupting this space.
Kelly talks to Natalliance Head of International Fixed Income, Andrew Brenner. They cover the main issues markets could face as the Fed begins to taper bond purchases, and discuss how much Wall Street has changed in recent years--in ways that could complicate the Fed's efforts. Andy also talks about whether he thinks Wall Street is still a good career for young people, and which industries look more promising over the next decade.
Pres. Biden announcing he plans to release 50 million barrels of crude from the Strategic Petroleum Reserves, the Deputy Secretary of Energy joins us to discuss the plan and Goldman's Jeff Currie tells us why he still sees oil going to $85/barrel. Nordstrom and Gap both report after the bell, what to watch for in the earnings report and whether these beleaguered brands can right the respective ships. And oil was a hot topic today, but there's an under-the-radar energy stock one Evercore analyst says you ‘must' own. He joins us with that name.