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44 minutes | Oct 22, 2021
Rocky results, the Fed’s new rules and the Trump SPAC
Snap got slapped by Apple’s new rules, and Facebook is sinking as a result. While Intel came up short again, and Beyond Meat is getting grilled on lower outlook. We’ll bring you all of these rocky results. Plus, the Fed has a new set of rules for trading. Is this an acknowledgement of guilt, or does it help Jerome Powell’s case for reappointment? We’ll debate. And, in today’s Rapid Fire: we’ll highlight the company set to take former President Trump’s social media platform public, which has soared 1,000% in just two days.
45 minutes | Oct 21, 2021
Commodities craze, flying high and supply chain champs?
Oil and metals are lower today, on pace for their worst day since August. But crude is still up more than 15% in the past month. Should investors stick with the commodities craze? We’ll give you the best plays that are out there right now. Plus, Alaska Air returned to profitability last quarter as both business & leisure travel picked up. But will rising fuel prices hit carriers next quarter? We’ll ask the CEO. And, shares of footwear phenom Crocs are climbing on a big earnings beat. We’ll ask the CEO how it’s navigating supply chain disruptions despite its Vietnam facilities being temporarily shuttered.
45 minutes | Oct 20, 2021
The “biggest threat”, interest in Pinterest?, and consumer crunch
Legendary investor Paul Tudor Jones just sounded the alarm on inflation, saying it could be worse than we originally thought. So why do stocks keep rallying? We’ll debate. Plus, is PayPal courting Pinterest? As the two companies reportedly hold merger talks, we’ll explain why this seemingly odd pairing actually makes sense for both sides. And, in today’s Rapid Fire: we’ll spotlight how Netflix is sliding, Facebook is rebranding and why retailers are panic buying.
45 minutes | Oct 19, 2021
etting bearish, betting on bitcoin and first & worst
Stocks are nearing all-time highs once again, with the Dow and S&P 500 both within 1% of their records. Yet big fund managers are now the most bearish they’ve been in some time. We’ll look at what that means for the market. Plus, Bitcoin is just shy of its own record high, reaching its highest levels since April as the first ever bitcoin futures ETF begins trading. We’ll bring you all the details. And, in today’s Rapid Fire: which retailers can weather supply chain snarls, the company that could be the next meme stock and Goldman’s new conviction buy.
4 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
From the Desk of Kelly Evans: The lure of Tesla
Kelly explains why Tesla is quietly becoming ubiquitous, both on Wall Street and on Main Street.
44 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
Bond yields bounce, Apple’s new chips and some bullish calls
Bond yields are on the rise as “stagflation” worries grow. Just how worried should equity investors be? We’ll ask the experts. Plus, we’ll bring you all the headlines from Apple’s latest event, where new AirPods and Macbooks powered by Apple’s new chips are expected. And, in today’s Rapid Fire: some bullish analyst calls into earnings season, including what Wall St. is saying about Netflix, Chipotle and Facebook.
44 minutes | Oct 15, 2021
A Downward Spiral, The Great Commodities Rotation, and Record Deals
Markets are back near all-time highs, but one strategist sees a wage-price spiral developing. His picks to weather that pressure. With crude perched above $81 a barrel, Bank of America sees bearish technical signals in oil, but is getting bullish in the metals space. And with just a little more than two months left in the year, KPMG’s Global Head of M&A tells us why 2021 could be a record breaker. Plus, a ‘future of’-edition of Rapid Fire. We look at what’s next for movies, transportation, climate change…and snacking.
44 minutes | Oct 14, 2021
Fear factor, channel checks and an overlooked advantage?
Lower jobless claims and lower inflation are pushing stocks higher today, as better-than-expected economic data fuel a rally. But is it too soon for investors to put fears aside? We’ll ask the experts. Plus, one analyst got an up close look at the inner workings of some discount retailers. She’ll explain why it led her to cut ratings on their stocks. And, when items are in short supply, who gets the product? Brick & mortar, or online retailers? We’ll talk to the Overstock.com CEO about the supply chain crunch.
22 minutes | Oct 13, 2021
Getting “M.E.S.S.I.”, semi struggles and supply chain picks
The Dow and S&P are on pace for their fourth straight day of losses, with the latest Fed minutes just moments away. We’ll speak with an economist who sees things getting “M.E.S.S.I.”, and he’s not talking about the soccer star. Plus, if semiconductors are in short supply, why aren’t the chip stocks performing better? We’ll ask a top analyst in the space. And, in today’s ‘supply chain’ edition of Rapid Fire: Wall Street is placing bets on who will weather the storm, and who won’t be so lucky.
45 minutes | Oct 12, 2021
Challenging road ahead?, a trust story and head-to-head
Has the market not bottomed yet? One portfolio manager says it’s only about halfway through after yesterday’s selling into the close. He’ll join us to give his names to buy in what he’s calling the “challenging road ahead” for equities. Plus, Boeing’s sales continuing outpacing cancellations, but manufacturing problems still plague one of its flagship models. We’ll explore whether it can regain its footing. And, in today’s Rapid Fire: analysts are saying “buy this, not that” in a number of industries including gambling, pharma and tech.
45 minutes | Oct 11, 2021
When is a selloff good?, reading between the lines and the (head)winds are blowing
It took 226 trading days for the markets to register a 5% pullback. So why are some analysts actually welcoming the recent selloff as a good sign? We’ll explain. Plus, we’ll speak with the CEO of Barnes & Noble about why there’s now a shortage of books, and what that means for your holiday shopping plans. And, in today’s Rapid Fire: we’ll look at why Apple, Disney and even James Bond himself can’t escape from major issues plaguing their stocks.
45 minutes | Oct 8, 2021
Disappointing jobs number, “Apple-esque” and a reluctant downgrade
The economy only added 194,000 jobs in September, well short of estimates and in spite of enhanced unemployment benefits ending. But there are millions of jobs openings, so why aren’t more roles being filled? We’ll explore it that means for stocks, bonds and the Fed taper too. Plus, we’ll speak with a Tesla analyst who says he’s bullish on the stock because he believes the company’s brand & ecosystem are “Apple-esque.” And, we’ll explain why one brokerage is cutting Home Depot & Lowe’s despite the housing & home improvement markets still being red-hot.
44 minutes | Oct 7, 2021
Debt drama delayed, the next threat?, and the broken supply chain
Stocks are rallying today as the drama in DC lifts. The Dow has surged 1,000 points from yesterday’s low. But what happens come December when we have to raise the debt limit again? We’ll explore. Plus, soaring energy prices are typically seen as an economic threat, but some things have changed. We’ll explain who will bear the brunt of price spikes. And, we take a trip around the world to illustrate exactly what’s broken across each step of the global supply chain. Don’t miss our CNBC special report.
55 minutes | Oct 6, 2021
Stocks slide, the debt limit dilemma and flying, fashion & Amazon’s next frontier
Stock’s can’t seem to string together a rally, with energy concerns and slowing growth sending the Dow lower again. We’ll ask the experts how you should react, and where the opportunities are in the market right now. Plus, President Biden is meeting with CEOs and business leaders to discuss the debt limit. We’ll bring you the event live. And, in today’s Rapid Fire: turbulence for airlines, cotton’s price surge and Amazon’s big bet on gaming.
45 minutes | Oct 5, 2021
Buy the dip?, bitcoin bounce and the importance of Facebook
Markets are bouncing back after yesterday’s selloff. Should you race to buy what’s left of the dip? We’ll debate. Plus, Bitcoin soars back above $50,000 as money continues flowing into crypto. Are signs pointing to an even bigger rally? We’ll explore. And, yesterday’s Facebook outage shows just how much we depend on the platform to connect. Kevin O’Leary joins to explain whether it’s a friend or foe to small business.
45 minutes | Oct 4, 2021
Everything but energy, the chase is on and social distortion
Stocks are resuming their slide once again today, with Tech leading the declines. We’ll dissect the recent downturn to look at what’s causing it this time, and debate whether or not we’re in for a Q4 to forget. Plus, the chase is on for energy gains as the sector bucks the downtrend. Will its winning streak continue? We’ll ask the experts. And, a rough day for Facebook, as shares pull back after some negative publicity, plus service outages for WhatsApp & Instagram too. We’ll bring you all the details.
44 minutes | Oct 1, 2021
Merck’s big breakthrough, car troubles and a deal undone
Merck just created a major breakthrough in the fight against Covid-19 – a pill that cuts hospitalization rates. We’ll bring you the latest details. Plus, auto sales continue to sink as a lack of inventory continues. We’ll talk about the impact of the chip shortage with former Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn. And, in today’s Rapid Fire: a safety pick, a major tech merger gets axed, a settlement with ‘Scar-Jo’ and all-you-can-eat movie theaters.
45 minutes | Sep 30, 2021
Crisis averted?, picture imperfect and a jolt of energy
There’s now movement to reach a deal to avoid a government shutdown, just hours before the deadline. But Washington isn’t out of the woods yet. We’ll bring you latest details on the budget wrangling as they happen. Plus, there seems to be a shortage of everything lately, and that includes paper. The CEO of Shutterfly joins to discuss how it’s navigating supply chain woes. And, China just ordered state suppliers to secure energy at any cost as winter approaches. We’ll tell you all you need to know in a special ‘Energy Edition’ of Rapid Fire.
44 minutes | Sep 29, 2021
Collision course?, keep on truckin’ and buy now, crypto later!
Jerry Castellini of CastleArk warns the world economy is heading for a “collision course with commodities,” as prices in everything from oil to cotton soar. He’ll join us with several ways that investors can hedge – and even benefit from – this growing trend in the market. Plus, trucking companies are desperately looking to hire as a driver shortage hits Europe. We’ll speak with the 2nd-biggest trucking broker about how to fix it. And, in today’s Rapid Fire: Netflix goes for gamers, Affirm goes crypto, Lucid goes luxury and Macy’s goes after Amazon.
47 minutes | Sep 28, 2021
Markets sell off, energy on fire and Yellen’s big warning
Stocks are sliding today, with tech names dragging down the broader markets as Treasury yields trade near three-month highs and lawmakers in Washington continue their budget stalemate. And with a rising number of Fed vacancies, what might it mean for the central bank’s policy? And does it explain rising rates & the steepening yield curve? We’ll cover it all. Plus, soaring Nat Gas prices are causing more trouble in the UK and reverberating across the globe. We’ve got the latest details and the impact it could have here at home. And, Treasury Sec. Janet Yellen just issues a dire warning, saying if we don’t raise the debt ceiling, our country could face a financial crisis and a recession. We’ll discuss.
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