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CNBC

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"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.

Latest Episodes

Dow rallies past 30,000 for first time ever

Today marks a huge milestone for the stock market, with the Dow trading above 30,000 for the first time in history. All 11 S&P sectors are higher, and the underperformers of 2020 – Energy & Financials – are leading today’s gains. And it’s all happening against a backdrop of slowing consumer confidence, increased virus-related restrictions and rising COVID-19 cases across the nation. We’ll follow the money, and tell you all you need to know to stay ahead amid this historic market rally. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

47 min7 h ago
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Dow rallies past 30,000 for first time ever

Medicine Monday?, the good & the bad, and Bitcoin’s huge backers

For the third week in a row, investors woke up on a Monday morning to promising results on a COVID-19 vaccine. But the market reaction is getting more and more muted. Is all the positivity already baked in? We’ll debate. Plus, more folks traveling is good news for airlines, but bad news for others as the virus spreads. We’ll bring you the latest details on new restrictions around the nation. And, Bitcoin has picked up some big backers lately. We’ll identify the whales that have thrown their weight behind the cryptocurrency and fueled its recent gains. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

47 min1 d ago
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Medicine Monday?, the good & the bad, and Bitcoin’s huge backers

J.P.Morgan goes “negative”, the class of COVID-19, and a $5M TV timeout?

J.P.Morgan says GDP will shrink in Q1, as positive vaccine news isn’t enough to offset the damage done from new lockdowns. Is this a blip, or a double-dip downturn ahead? Our market experts debate. Plus, as more school districts send students back home, the economic strain on them could be felt for years beyond this pandemic. We’ll explain why. And, the PAC-12 Conference is reportedly losing about $5 million in TV revenue for every football game it cancels due to COVID-19. Can it sustain these financial hits? We’ll discuss in Rapid Fire. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

47 min4 d ago
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J.P.Morgan goes “negative”, the class of COVID-19, and a $5M TV timeout?

Time tug-of-war, a three-phase recovery and the Big Game goes cashless

Investors are torn between two narratives: a vaccine for the long-term, and shutdowns in the near-term. Now that the CDC is recommending avoiding all Thanksgiving travel, which should investors be focused on? We’ll explore. Plus, Wall Street’s number one retail analyst joins to discuss his three-phase recovery plan for the sector. And, this year’s Super Bowl will be missing something for the first time in its 55 year history: cash. Why is the NFL going all-in on digital payments? We’ll discuss in Rapid Fire Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

47 min5 d ago
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Time tug-of-war, a three-phase recovery and the Big Game goes cashless

The market “hand-off”, a trillion-dollar cushion and the “most disruptive generation ever”

A top strategist says a market rotation is ahead; one which will say ‘goodbye’ to Fed dependence and ‘hello’to growth. We’ll explain why. Plus, Americans are apparently sitting on an estimated $1.3 trillion in extra cash savings amid the pandemic. Chris Senyek of Wolfe Research joins to discuss what that means for the recovery in 2021. And, Gen Z’s disruptive buying powering will surpass Millennials’ in the next 10 years, according to Bank of America. Which industries could be in line for a boost or a bust? We’ll discuss in Rapid Fire. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

47 min6 d ago
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The market “hand-off”, a trillion-dollar cushion and the “most disruptive generation ever”

Peak optimism?, the future of travel and Tesla joins the club

Stocks may be down today, but fund managers’ optimism isn’t. According to BofA’s latest Global Fund Manager Survey, they’re more bullish now than they’ve been all year. Is it time for investors to fade the herd, or to follow it? Our market experts debate. Plus, the CEO of Tripadvisor joins to discuss the company’s big bet on rentals, just as rival Airbnb gets ready to go public. And, Tesla is set to join the S&P 500 beginning on December 21st. But with shares already up more than 500% in the past year, can it keep up momentum? We’ll discuss in Rapid Fire. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

47 min1 w ago
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Peak optimism?, the future of travel and Tesla joins the club

The stocks & the science, real estate reality and battle of the payment stocks

Markets are rallying on more vaccine hopes from Moderna, with the Dow nearly hitting 30,000 for the first time. But will this be another reopening trade headfake like we saw last week? Our market experts debate. Plus, real estate entrepreneur Don Peebles joins to discuss the pandemic impact on the industry, including why he expects permanent damage across the retail & office sectors. And, payment players Paypal & Square have had a monster year, as more folks go cashless. But one name has nearly leapfrogged them both in the past quarter. We’ll explain. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

47 min1 w ago
Comments
The stocks & the science, real estate reality and battle of the payment stocks

Economic ripple effect, how hot is too hot?, and a front row seat to the recovery

Markets continue to rally in the face of negative virus developments, including cities from New York to Chicago rolling back reopening efforts. We’ll explore the economic ripple effect, and what it could mean for investors. Plus, home prices are on the rise in every corner of the country for the first time in 40 years. But is the housing market getting too hot? We’ll debate. And, lockdowns aren’t stopping fans from planning to attend live events in a post-pandemic world. SeatGeek CEO Jack Groetzinger joins to discuss how he plans to get them back into venues safely. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

47 min1 w ago
Comments
Economic ripple effect, how hot is too hot?, and a front row seat to the recovery

The big disconnect, a record virus surge and a “WFH” tax?

The markets are setting new records on the same week that COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are hitting records highs too. How long can this disconnect last? We’ll explore. Plus, the record virus spike is straining medical resources, especially in the South. We’ll get the full picture from the CEO of the one of the biggest hospital systems in Texas. And, a research team at Deutsche Bank is proposing a 5% “work from home” tax. Is it a smart idea, or a financial fantasy? We debate in Rapid Fire Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

46 min1 w ago
Comments
The big disconnect, a record virus surge and a “WFH” tax?

Another day, another rotation?, China’s tech takedown and return of the dividend payers?

Tech stocks are turning around today, as the high-flyers are taking off yet again while value names sell off. We’ll take a look at why with our market experts. Plus, the regime in China is taking aim at its own tech giants. We’ll explain what they’re doing, why and the implications for firms here in the U.S. And, dividend-paying stocks usually outperform during times of crisis, but not this year. Ned Davis Research’s Ed Clissold joins us to explain why he thinks that’s about to change. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

47 min1 w ago
Comments
Another day, another rotation?, China’s tech takedown and return of the dividend payers?

Latest Episodes

Dow rallies past 30,000 for first time ever

Today marks a huge milestone for the stock market, with the Dow trading above 30,000 for the first time in history. All 11 S&P sectors are higher, and the underperformers of 2020 – Energy & Financials – are leading today’s gains. And it’s all happening against a backdrop of slowing consumer confidence, increased virus-related restrictions and rising COVID-19 cases across the nation. We’ll follow the money, and tell you all you need to know to stay ahead amid this historic market rally. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

47 min7 h ago
Comments
Dow rallies past 30,000 for first time ever

Medicine Monday?, the good & the bad, and Bitcoin’s huge backers

For the third week in a row, investors woke up on a Monday morning to promising results on a COVID-19 vaccine. But the market reaction is getting more and more muted. Is all the positivity already baked in? We’ll debate. Plus, more folks traveling is good news for airlines, but bad news for others as the virus spreads. We’ll bring you the latest details on new restrictions around the nation. And, Bitcoin has picked up some big backers lately. We’ll identify the whales that have thrown their weight behind the cryptocurrency and fueled its recent gains. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

47 min1 d ago
Comments
Medicine Monday?, the good & the bad, and Bitcoin’s huge backers

J.P.Morgan goes “negative”, the class of COVID-19, and a $5M TV timeout?

J.P.Morgan says GDP will shrink in Q1, as positive vaccine news isn’t enough to offset the damage done from new lockdowns. Is this a blip, or a double-dip downturn ahead? Our market experts debate. Plus, as more school districts send students back home, the economic strain on them could be felt for years beyond this pandemic. We’ll explain why. And, the PAC-12 Conference is reportedly losing about $5 million in TV revenue for every football game it cancels due to COVID-19. Can it sustain these financial hits? We’ll discuss in Rapid Fire. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

47 min4 d ago
Comments
J.P.Morgan goes “negative”, the class of COVID-19, and a $5M TV timeout?

Time tug-of-war, a three-phase recovery and the Big Game goes cashless

Investors are torn between two narratives: a vaccine for the long-term, and shutdowns in the near-term. Now that the CDC is recommending avoiding all Thanksgiving travel, which should investors be focused on? We’ll explore. Plus, Wall Street’s number one retail analyst joins to discuss his three-phase recovery plan for the sector. And, this year’s Super Bowl will be missing something for the first time in its 55 year history: cash. Why is the NFL going all-in on digital payments? We’ll discuss in Rapid Fire Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

47 min5 d ago
Comments
Time tug-of-war, a three-phase recovery and the Big Game goes cashless

The market “hand-off”, a trillion-dollar cushion and the “most disruptive generation ever”

A top strategist says a market rotation is ahead; one which will say ‘goodbye’ to Fed dependence and ‘hello’to growth. We’ll explain why. Plus, Americans are apparently sitting on an estimated $1.3 trillion in extra cash savings amid the pandemic. Chris Senyek of Wolfe Research joins to discuss what that means for the recovery in 2021. And, Gen Z’s disruptive buying powering will surpass Millennials’ in the next 10 years, according to Bank of America. Which industries could be in line for a boost or a bust? We’ll discuss in Rapid Fire. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

47 min6 d ago
Comments
The market “hand-off”, a trillion-dollar cushion and the “most disruptive generation ever”

Peak optimism?, the future of travel and Tesla joins the club

Stocks may be down today, but fund managers’ optimism isn’t. According to BofA’s latest Global Fund Manager Survey, they’re more bullish now than they’ve been all year. Is it time for investors to fade the herd, or to follow it? Our market experts debate. Plus, the CEO of Tripadvisor joins to discuss the company’s big bet on rentals, just as rival Airbnb gets ready to go public. And, Tesla is set to join the S&P 500 beginning on December 21st. But with shares already up more than 500% in the past year, can it keep up momentum? We’ll discuss in Rapid Fire. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

47 min1 w ago
Comments
Peak optimism?, the future of travel and Tesla joins the club

The stocks & the science, real estate reality and battle of the payment stocks

Markets are rallying on more vaccine hopes from Moderna, with the Dow nearly hitting 30,000 for the first time. But will this be another reopening trade headfake like we saw last week? Our market experts debate. Plus, real estate entrepreneur Don Peebles joins to discuss the pandemic impact on the industry, including why he expects permanent damage across the retail & office sectors. And, payment players Paypal & Square have had a monster year, as more folks go cashless. But one name has nearly leapfrogged them both in the past quarter. We’ll explain. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

47 min1 w ago
Comments
The stocks & the science, real estate reality and battle of the payment stocks

Economic ripple effect, how hot is too hot?, and a front row seat to the recovery

Markets continue to rally in the face of negative virus developments, including cities from New York to Chicago rolling back reopening efforts. We’ll explore the economic ripple effect, and what it could mean for investors. Plus, home prices are on the rise in every corner of the country for the first time in 40 years. But is the housing market getting too hot? We’ll debate. And, lockdowns aren’t stopping fans from planning to attend live events in a post-pandemic world. SeatGeek CEO Jack Groetzinger joins to discuss how he plans to get them back into venues safely. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

47 min1 w ago
Comments
Economic ripple effect, how hot is too hot?, and a front row seat to the recovery

The big disconnect, a record virus surge and a “WFH” tax?

The markets are setting new records on the same week that COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are hitting records highs too. How long can this disconnect last? We’ll explore. Plus, the record virus spike is straining medical resources, especially in the South. We’ll get the full picture from the CEO of the one of the biggest hospital systems in Texas. And, a research team at Deutsche Bank is proposing a 5% “work from home” tax. Is it a smart idea, or a financial fantasy? We debate in Rapid Fire Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

46 min1 w ago
Comments
The big disconnect, a record virus surge and a “WFH” tax?

Another day, another rotation?, China’s tech takedown and return of the dividend payers?

Tech stocks are turning around today, as the high-flyers are taking off yet again while value names sell off. We’ll take a look at why with our market experts. Plus, the regime in China is taking aim at its own tech giants. We’ll explain what they’re doing, why and the implications for firms here in the U.S. And, dividend-paying stocks usually outperform during times of crisis, but not this year. Ned Davis Research’s Ed Clissold joins us to explain why he thinks that’s about to change. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

47 min1 w ago
Comments
Another day, another rotation?, China’s tech takedown and return of the dividend payers?
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