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.
Closing Bell Overtime: Sell-Off Staying Strong 9/26/22
Stocks pulled back again today with yields and the dollar pushed higher. But, NewEdge’s Cameron Dawson thinks a relief rally could be on the horizon. She makes her case. Plus, top technician Katie Stockton breaks down the key levels to watch in the energy market. And, Brent Thill of Jefferies explains the big impact a stronger dollar could have on big tech.
Closing Bell: Stocks fall to start the week, Tasty bargains in tech 9/26/22
Stocks were mostly lower in Monday trading following last week’s brutal selloff as investors continue to watch the Fed. Former PIMCO Chief Economist Paul McCulley reacts to new comments from Raphael Bostic of the Atlanta Fed and discusses if the central bank can engineer a soft landing. Currencies were in focus as the British pound fell to record lows, and the dollar index hit its highest level in decades. Ruchir Sharma from Rockefeller explains what those moves mean for global markets. And David Rolfe from Wedgewood Partners identifies some “tasty bargains” in tech, as that sector piles on more losses to a brutal month.
Closing Bell Overtime: Trading the Turmoil 9/23/22
Stocks hitting new lows … so where is the market really heading from here? MBF Clearing’s Mark Fisher gives his expert market view. Plus, EMJ’s Eric Jackson breaks down how to trade the tech wreck. And, Joe Terranova and Mike Santoli give their Last Word on a wild week.
Closing Bell: Markets In Turmoil, Fed Fears & Oy Oil 9/23/22
Stocks closing sharply lower to close out a brutal week for the bulls amid rising fears of a global recession. Former Kansas City Fed President Thomas Hoenig discusses whether the Federal Reserve is making a mistake by being so aggressive with its interest rate hikes. Laffer Tengler Investments' CEO Nancy Tengler says the market is starting to price in a policy mistake by the Fed and unveils how she is positioning her clients as a result. JP Morgan Asset Management's David Lebovitz says high quality fixed income is starting to look very attractive as investors seek safety from this market turmoil. Bespoke's Paul Hickey on how this week's huge market sell off could impact historic seasonal patterns. Ariel's Charlie Bobrinskoy says value stocks are the way to play this market sell off, but Edward Jones' Mona Mahajan believes it may be time to buy back into growth stocks. Evercore ISI's Mark Mahaney reveals where he sees longer term opportunities to buy large cap tech stocks. And Raymond James' Pavel Molchanov weighs in on whether there is an opportunity in the energy sector as oil prices fall to the lowest level since January.
Weighing a Risk-Off Atmosphere 9/22/22
Former Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher said we are likely to stay in a risk-off environment. Cantor’s Eric Johnston joins us with his own crash call for stocks. Plus, Hightower’s Stephanie Link is breaking down some recent buys. She explains where she is seeing opportunity in this market. And David Albrycht of Newfleet Asset Management discusses how to play the boom in bonds.
Closing Bell: Rising Recession Fears, Bet On The Banks & Biggest Drug Ever 9/22/22
Another volatile day on Wall Street as investors fear the Federal Reserve's rate hikes could push the economy into recession. Fairlead's Katie Stockton says the market has long-term downward momentum and investors should be skeptical of any bounces right now. But CFRA's Sam Stovall says October is typically a bottoming month for the market and thinks we could be setting up for an end of year relief rally. Wells Fargo's Mike Mayo on what the latest Fed rate hike means for the banks and which financial stocks he thinks are the most attractive. UBS' Colin Bristow upgrading shares of Eli Lilly and explains why its new weight loss drug could be the "biggest drug ever". And Mizuho's Dan Dolev downgrading Block and says corporate mismanagement is blocking growth.
Scott ＆ Brian Sullivan are the best CNBC hosts!
Great new show!
Judge is a great host and brings in quality guests.
Scott must go
Scott’s personality of confrontation is terrible. This isn’t good drama TV. What happened to the real journalist of Maria Bartiromo? Sara Eisen is amazing, but as soon as 4pm arrives I know to turn off CNBC until Mellisa Lee hosts fast money. Put any of the other Male’s in the 4pm time slot. Scott’s personality isn’t in style anymore. I’m a 34 year old male, working on Wall Street. CNBC is what pulled towards my career path. Remove Scott W, overtime is not entertainment.