"The Exchange" on CNBC is a one-stop shop for the day's top business stories, along with breaking news and the must-see market movers heading into the back half of the trading day. This newsroom-based program also features lots of original reporting, in-depth conversations and showcases CNBC's award-winning investigative work. "The Exchange" has all that plus "Rapid Fire," our innovative, reporter driven roundtable – which is a discussion of some of the day's most interesting, unusual and at times controversial topics. This series gives today's modern investor the day's top stories, the must reads & a whole lot more.
New month, new gains, Bitcoin’s next move and the G.O.A.T. trade
March is coming in like a lion, with markets having their best day of 2021 thus far.
We’ll tell you where the opportunities are, and whether this is a sign of more gains to come as we start a new month.
Plus, the CEO of the world’s largest crypto ATM, CoinFlip, joins to discuss Bitcoin’s next move and his philosophy for crypto investing.
And, Tim Seymour joins to discuss the “Get Out And Travel” (G.O.A.T.) trade, including the areas you should buy into right now.
Tech turmoil, “preparation buying” and hedge funds playing defense
Following its worst day since October, the Nasdaq is trying to claw its way back with some gains today.
Will March bring the tech trade back to life? We’ll ask the Co-Head of Goldman Sachs’ tech fund.
Plus, we’ll talk to Wall Street’s #1 retail analyst, who says it’s time to get ready for the “preparation buying” phase of the recovery.
And, the Gamestop frenzy nearly led to the collapse of some hedge funds. We’ll explain why they’re now using the same websites to defend themselves.
Tech wreck, hot new research and time to sell Netflix?
Stocks are selling off today, as fears of rising rates seep into the markets and hit the tech sector the hardest.
Big names like Amazon, Apple and Facebook are down this week and heading lower. Is this a buying opportunity? We’ll debate.
Plus, investors are looking for a hot new type of research these days – Reddit mentions. We’ll speak with a company offering just that.
And, Laura Martin of Needham & Co. says investors should sell Netflix so they can buy into ViacomCBS. She’ll explain why.
A market reversal, Over-stocked?, and not-so-electric
Stocks are wiping out earlier losses, as investors seem to be putting fears of rising rates aside.
But why the sudden shift in sentiment? We’ll ask Angela Mwanza of UBS, and get her best practices for investors right now.
Plus, shares of Overstock are sinking despite posting a solid earnings beat. We’ll talk about its outlook, the consumer and its crypto investments with the CEO.
And, the electric vehicle sector is sinking this month, with some big names down 20% or more. We’ll take a close look at what’s driving the move lower.
A “long way to go”, EV battery demand gets a jolt and a crypto crash
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the economy has a long way to go to recover, but also committed to keeping a backstop in place.
We’ll break down all of his comments from his testimony today, and what they mean for both the recovery and your money.
Plus, demand for electric vehicle batteries is set to surge, and a former Tesla executive is looking to cash in. We’ll give you the key details.
And, in today’s Rapid Fire: Bitcoin tumbles from record highs, Home Depot sinks despite delivering a Q4 beat and WeWork is back in the headlines.
A shot at cruising?, a Spring Squeeze and robot warehouses?
When will Royal Caribbean and other cruise lines get back to sea? And will vaccinations be required?
CEO Richard Fain joins us exclusively to discuss the path forward for travel and the pent-up demand he’s seeing for voyages.
Plus, we’ll take a look at how rising mortgage rates, surging prices and tight supply could lead to a ‘Spring Squeeze’ for the housing market.
And, in today’s Rapid Fire: Bitcoin whales are trimming their holdings, activist investors take aim at Kohl’s and does Instacart love robots?
Customer ReviewsSee All
NBR Replacement Better, But...
The “Exchange” as a replacement format for NBR is a bit better... Though the opening ads and follow on theme music are much too loud & chaotic especially for late evening listening. Very noisy. However, the new hour long format of the show is an improvement & allows for more discussion. STILL... Please bring back the old NBR format with Ms. Herrera & Mr. Griffin. They were perfect 👌🏽✨ and are very much missed.
Please stop interrupting guests
The host (main)constantly interrupt guests and it’s extremely annoying
Solid Business News and Insights
A solid business news tv show that has been converted to a podcast.