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From the open to the close, "Closing Bell" and "Closing Bell: Overtime" have you covered. From what’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.
 
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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.โดย CNBC
 
A volatile day on Wall Street as investors weighed whether the much stronger than expected July jobs report means the Federal Reserve could hike interest rates more aggressively at its next meeting. Mastercard Chief Economist for the U.S. Michelle Meyer says the Fed needs to do more to cool inflation in the wake of that hot report, but LinkedIn Chi…
 
Hightower’s Stephanie Link says this rally could last the rest of the month – she makes her case. Plus, Wedbush’s Dan Ives gives instant reaction to Lyft’s quarterly report. Plus, market expert Mike Santoli’s “Last Word” as we head into the final trading day of the week.โดย CNBC
 
Stocks mostly lower on Wall Street as investors brace for Friday's all-important July jobs report. Ariel Investments Co-CEO John Rogers weighs in on the recent market rally and unveils his top picks in the media and consumer discretionary industries. Nikola CEO Mark Russell discusses the EV truck makers' bullish delivery outlook and why passage of …
 
It was a rally day on Wall Street as stocks claw back toward some key levels. But how much more is really left in this run? Trivariate’s Adam Parker weighs in. Plus, Chris Harvey of Wells Fargo Securities says we’re not going to retest the lows until next year. He makes his case. And, Mike Santoli’s “Last Word” on tech’s big move today.…
 
Stocks snapping a two-day losing streak following stronger than expected economic data and earnings. But Canaccord's Tony Dwyer explains why he thinks the summer rally is about to cool off. Carlyle Group Co-Founder David Rubenstein says he doesn't see a recession in the near term and discusses the outlook for dealmaking in this environment. Mizuho'…
 
Have markets really turned a corner? Joe Terranova of Virtus Investment Partners gives his forecast for stocks. Plus, top-rated chip analyst Stacy Rasgon gives his instant reaction to AMD results. And, three top picks for your portfolio with Lauren Hill from Westwood Quality Value Fund.โดย CNBC
 
Stocks under pressure on Wall Street amid rising tensions between the U.S. and China and commentary from Fed members on the pace of interest rate hikes to fight inflation. Senator Joe Manchin weighs in on how the new Inflation Reduction Act will help cool inflation and impact Wall Street by closing corporate tax loopholes. The National Bureau of Ec…
 
The first day of a new trading month holds many questions for investors – most importantly if July’s rally can roll on. iCapital’s Anastasia Amoroso gives her forecast. Plus, early Pinterest investor Rick Heitzman gives instant analysis after that company’s quarterly report. And, market expert Mike Santoli’s first “Last Word” of the month.…
 
Stocks slightly lower to kick off August following July's rally. Hayman Capital Management Founder Kyle Bass says despite last month's gains, the bottom is not in yet, but he reveals when he thinks it will be time to buy back into the market. Goldman Sachs' Ashish Shah discusses whether investors are getting ahead of the Fed on interest rates and w…
 
Stocks handed in a monster month with the S&P having its biggest gain since November 2020. So, as we head into August what could be in the cards for the market. Greg Branch of Veritas Financial Group gives his expert take. Plus, the case for small caps. Jill Carey Hall of Bank of America says the rally in this space is just getting started – she ex…
 
Stocks surging to close out the week with big gains driven by strong results from tech titans Apple & Amazon. Mariner Wealth Advisors' Time Lesko and Rosenblatt Securities' Barton Crockett discuss where they see the biggest opportunity in tech following those results. One tech stock not doing as well is Roku. That stock plunging after reporting wea…
 
Amazon, Apple and Intel all reported results in the Overtime session. Our all-star panel including Wedbush’s Dan Ives, Requisite Capital Management’s Bryn Talkington and Jason Snipe of Odyssey Capital all break down the results with instant, expert analysis. Plus, Amazon and Apple shareholder Mark Lehmann explains what he is listening for on tonigh…
 
Stocks rallying again despite a report showing GDP contracted for the second straight quarter. Marriott CEO Tony Capuano met with President Biden on the state of the economy and discussed why he still sees strong consumer spending on travel. Neuberger Berman Managing Director Holly Newman Kroft reveals how she is advising high net worth clients to …
 
Another day of big earnings in Overtime with results from Meta, Qualcomm and Ford. Ritholtz Wealth Management’s Josh Brown and Hightower’s Stephanie Link give instant analysis. Plus, an exclusive sit down with Doubleline’s Jeffrey Gundlach with his first take on the Fed decision. And, NewEdge Wealth’s Cameron Dawson reacts to the day’s big rally an…
 
Stocks staging a big rally after the Federal Reserve raised interest rates by 75 basis points to fight inflation and hinted it could slow the pace of its rate hikes. Fmr. National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn discusses whether he thinks higher rates are helping to cool inflation and slow economic growth. Plus, he explains why he is more of a…
 
Highly anticipated tech earnings officially hit the tape in Overtime. Trivariate’s Adam Parker and Virtus Investment Partners’ Joe Terranova give their instant analysis. Plus, top chips analyst Stacy Rasgon weighs in on Texas Instruments’ results and gives his broad take on the sector. And, Short Hills Capital’s Steve Weiss explains how he is posit…
 
The Dow & S&P 500 falling for the 2nd time in three days after Walmart cut its earnings forecast because inflation is forcing shoppers to cut back on discretionary items. Former Toys R US CEO Gerald Storch says this is the latest sign inflation will continue to weigh on consumer spending. Stifel's Mark Astrachan reveals where he sees opportunities …
 
Big tech earnings kick off tomorrow… but what could it mean for the broad market? Avery Sheffield of Vantage Rock gives her forecast. Plus, Walmart cut it guidance and it sent the stock free-falling in Overtime. Instant analysis to that big move – and what it could mean for the rest of retail. And, the Fed in focus ahead of this week’s crucial deci…
 
Stocks trading in a narrow range ahead of a big week for tech earnings. SVB Private's Shannon Saccocia discusses why she thinks Apple's results could be the most important for the market. Satori Fund Founder Dan Niles says he added to his short positions in mega cap tech stocks following last week's big rally. But he reveals the one tech stock he i…
 
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.โดย CNBC
 
Stocks slipping after Snap's disappointing earnings weighed on tech stocks, but the major averages still posted solid gains for the week. BD8 Capital CEO Barbara Doran and Ironsides Macroeconomics Founder Barry Knapp both think the market has hit a bottom, but RBC Capital Markets' Lori Calvasina reveals why she just cut her year end price target on…
 
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.โดย CNBC
 
The Nasdaq drove another solid rally on Wall Street, with stocks closing near the best levels of the session. The pop came even as the European Central Bank raised rates for the first time in more than a decade. Former Fed governor Randy Kroszner joins to weigh in on what that move could signal about the Fed’s next policy decision, and how it impac…
 
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.โดย CNBC
 
Stocks built on strong gains for the week, with the Nasdaq leading the charge once again. Tom Lee from Fundstrat and Alli McCartney from UBS debate if you should trust this comeback rally. Plus, the CEO of Micron and Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo join to discuss the push for government funding for the semiconductor industry.…
 
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.โดย CNBC
 
The major averages saw big gains, with the Nasdaq leading the pack, climbing more than 3%. Part of that strength was driven by earnings, and the CEOs of three big-name companies joined to break down their quarters. Citizens Financial Group chief Bruce Van Saun talks about the consumer and the broader economic landscape. The CEO of Novartis discusse…
 
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.โดย CNBC
 
Stocks gave up an early rally, closing lower for the day, following a report on Apple warning about slower hiring and spending for some teams. Katie Stockton from Fairlead Strategies breaks down the key levels to watch on the S&P 500 following the reversal. Meantime Bank of America’s CEO Brian Moynihan joins to break down his company’s earnings rep…
 
Stocks rallied to end the week. But what could lie ahead with a slew of big earnings slated for next week? Fundstrat’s Tom Lee gives his take. Plus, we’re breaking down all the key themes to watch ahead of those big tech results – including the likes of Netflix. And, market expert Mike Santoli’s Last Word on a volatile week for stocks.…
 
Stocks surged to end the week on the back of strong retail data and a jump for the banks. Wells Fargo CFO Mike Santomassimo joins to discuss his firm’s quarter and if he sees a recession in the cards. Solar stocks sat out the rally after Sen. Manchin reportedly poured cold water on new climate change funding. The CEO of Sunnova weighs in on what th…
 
Could today’s lackluster earnings be an ugly preview of what is to come in the next few weeks? That and Fed fears could rattle the markets in a big way. Greg Branch of Veritas Financial Group gives his market outlook. Plus, some “battle-tested” tech plays. Hari Ramanan of Neuberger Berman is naming some top names for your portfolio. And, Alger’s An…
 
Stocks closed well off their lows after an initial plunge sparked by disappointing earnings from JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley. Hennessy Funds’ David Ellison breaks down those results and the read-through for the rest of earnings season. Affirm founder Max Levchin discusses the state of the consumer and the buy-now, pay-later model after rival Klarna…
 
Could the Fed actually hike interest rates by 100 basis points in just a few weeks? Former Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher gives his prediction and what it could mean for the economy. Plus, NewEdge Wealth’s Cameron Dawson says we could see another 10% drop before things start to get better. She makes her case. And, Kristen Bitterly of Citi Glob…
 
Stocks closed mostly lower – but off their worst levels – after another red hot inflation print showed prices rose by more than 9% in June – the biggest jump in 40 years. Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo weighs in with the White House plan to combat higher energy costs. Meantime Netflix popped on news of a partnership with Microsoft for its …
 
The all-important CPI report drops in the morning just as earnings season is kicking into high gear. So, what should investors do? We ask Trivariate’s Adam Parker. Speaking of earnings, the big banks are among the first set to report. Top analyst Mike Mayo of Wells Fargo Securities breaks down what to watch. And, VC heavyweight Lo Toney weighs in o…
 
The major averages fell in another choppy day on Wall Street, losing momentum in the final hour of trading, with the tech-heavy Nasdaq seeing the sharpest pullback. Eric Jackson from EMJ Capital makes the case for owning some growth tech names, and lists his favorites. Investor Carson Block joins to outline his new ESG-focused short idea. And Light…
 
Earnings and a key read on inflation on deck – and investors are weighing the big risks. Payne Capital’s Courtney Garcia breaks down what she is watching. Plus, Cowen reiterated its buy on Apple – adding that it could climb more than 40% over the next year. The analyst behind that call makes his case. And, Twitter just sent a letter to Elon Musk’s …
 
Stocks fell to kick off a new trading week, with the Nasdaq losing more than 2%. Tony Dwyer from Canaccord shares his latest thinking on the market, and whether a sustainable bottom has been reached. Jefferies technology sector specialist Jared Weisfeld talks about the big drop for Twitter’s stock following news that Elon Musk is seeking to back ou…
 
Is the worst over for investors or is more pain ahead? Solus Alternative Asset Management’s Dan Greenhaus gives his opinion. Plus, Professor Jeremy Siegel says today’s red-hot payrolls report is actually weaker than it looks. Why – and how it could impact your portfolio. And, market expert Mike Santoli’s “Last Word” with a look at what he’s expecti…
 
Stocks struggling for direction following the stronger than expected June jobs report. Moody's Analytics Mark Zandi says the strong jobs growth signals a good chance of avoiding an economic downturn, but Fmr. IMF Chief Economist Ken Rogoff believes the odds of a significant recession remain high. Fmr. Fed Vice Chair Roger Ferguson says the jobs rep…
 
The S&P 500 posting its longest winning streak since March – but does it have staying power? Virtus Investment Partners’ Joe Terranova gives his take. Plus, top technician Fundstrat’s Mark Newton is breaking down 3 “buyable” charts. And, Elon Musk’s Twitter bid is in peril. An all-star panel of experts dig in on what it means for the future of the …
 
Stocks rallying again on Wall Street with the S&P 500 ending in the green for the 4th straight day. That's the longest winning streak of the year for the benchmark index. However, Wells Fargo's Paul Christopher recommends staying defensive despite the recent rally, but believes investors should be long-term buyers of tech stocks. World Bank Preside…
 
Stocks posted modest gains with the Fed reiterating it will do whatever it takes to bring down inflation. Ritholtz Wealth Management’s Josh Brown and Sofi’s Liz Young give their market takes. Plus, Jeff DeGraaf of Renaissance Macro Research breaks down the charts with the best – and worst – bets for your portfolio. And, according to The Wall Street…
 
Stocks staging a late-day rally to end in the green after the Federal Reserve reaffirmed its commitment to fighting inflation through interest rate increases. Evercore ISI's Julian Emanuel says he thinks the broader market can rally into the end of the year, but UBS Private Wealth Management's Alli McCartney says investors should remain cautious wi…
 
Stocks finished the session well off the lows of the day, with the Nasdaq ending the day solidly in the green. Schwab’s Liz Ann Sonders gives her take on the big market swings. Plus, Deutsche Bank out with a bullish call on Tesla despite weak delivery numbers. The analyst behind that call makes his case. And, Yardeni Research President Ed Yardeni i…
 
Stocks staging a late day comeback after the Dow fell 742 points earlier in the session on recession fears. Tech stocks leading the rebound amid a drop in bond yields. Leuthold's Jim Paulsen discusses why he is turning bullish on tech and growth stocks, but Richard Bernstein Advisors' Richard Bernstein says investors should be defensive right now b…
 
Stocks ending the day in the green, but investors are still debating if it’s time to take on a defensive posture as we head into the second half of the year. Our all-star panel gives their market take. Plus, Fundstrat’s Tom Lee weighs in on Voyager’s move to freeze customer assets. And, Ally’s Lindsey Bell explains why she thinks a bottom could be …
 
Stocks storming back after early session losses following the worst first half of the year since 1970. Bespoke's Paul Hickey warns the Fed's aggressive rate hikes into a slowing economy is a bad recipe for investors.Bank of America Securities' Vivek Arya discusses his downgrade of chipmaker Micron following the company's weak Q4 guidance and what i…
 
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