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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 ...
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MVP, The Master's Voice Podcast features expert conversations with the Most Valuable Players / Professionals / People from media, marketing and other areas of industry, in conversation with Pavan R Chawla, Founder Editor of MediaBrief.com. These are MVP conversations with actionable insights and learnings.
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21st Century Television is a news magazine featuring leading corporate executives and industry experts, as well as informative field reports. 21st Century Television is independently produced by Multi-Media Productions USA, Inc., and is distributed worldwide on CNBC as paid programming and the Fox Business Network as paid programming, the Health and Science Television Network (HSTN), Long Term Care Network (LTCN), Asia Television and multiple Medical Universities throughout the US.
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What if the economy isn’t just avoiding a recession, but getting stronger instead? We’ll debate. Plus, one food stock just served up solid earnings and has been red hot, doubling off its recent low. Its CEO joins us to discuss. And our trader breaks down the narratives and numbers ahead of Toll Bros., Palo Alto Networks, and Wingstop.…
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Inflation data coming in hot yet again, so what’s next for the Fed? Moody’s Mark Zandi wants four cuts, while Wells Fargo’s Mark Smith sees the possibility of NO rate cuts in 2024. FICO’s software leverages AI to determine a customer’s creditworthiness...but there could be big changes ahead as lawmakers hash out how to regulate that tech. The FICO …
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Is the American consumer finally about to crack? Our market guest says there are still ways to make money in the U.S., bring some global plays as well. Plus, retail investors are selling Tesla and buying Nvidia, but one investor says that may be about to change. And we’ve got the action, the story, and the trade for Coinbase, Roku, and Applied Mate…
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Will inflation resume its downward trend, or will the so-called “last mile” require a harder landing? We’ll debate. Plus, an exclusive interview with Robinhood CEO Vlad Tenev on the heels of the company’s surprise profit. And EV demand is slowing globally, but one company is looking to capitalize on that and its CEO joins us to explain how.…
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Stocks are plunging on today’s inflation read. We’ll look at the implications for the Fed and how to position from here. Plus, Grayscale’s global head of ETFs joins us with the latest read on their bitcoin products. And a trio of gig economy stocks set to report. We’ll look at the numbers and narratives to know.…
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This, the 107th episode of our award-winning MVP - The Master's Voice Podcast, features respected professional Lakshmi Narayanan B, Chief Marketing Officer at CEAT Ltd as our distinguished guest, in conversation with series host Pavan R Chawla. Lakshmi leads marketing for India and globally at CEAT, which is a household name since it was establishe…
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The consumer isn’t cracking yet, but one analyst says the setup for retail earnings is tough nonetheless. She joins us with the one group she says can keep the retail party going. Plus, a lot of brands spent big money during last night’s big game, but the biggest winner may have been those who spent the least. And we’re tackling three names in earn…
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It’s been a big week for chip stocks, and while one name in the group isn’t getting a lot of attention from Wall Street, our market guest loves it. Plus, “Million Dollar Listing New York” star Ryan Serhant is here to weigh in on the spring season for housing. And we’re talking streaming, snacking and spirits in 3 Buys & a Bail.…
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Needham is upgrading Disney to buy for the first time in five years. The analyst behind that call joins us with what’s behind the decision. Plus, the S&P is nearing a record but our guest is bargain hunting in the beaten-down parts of the market and brings us his favorite names. And Philip Morris’ fastest-growing, tobacco-free product is facing som…
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Former Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan is here with the risks he sees in the regional banks. Plus, Goldman Sachs says forget the Magnificent 7 and makes the case for owning the AI 9. And ESPN, Fox, and Warner Bros are teaming up to launch a sports streaming service, but is it too saturated to succeed? We’ll debate.…
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VC Sam Lessin joins us amid more layoffs in tech with the themes he sees emerging in 2024. Plus, we’re halfway through earnings season and we’ve got three names on deck, including one that our trader says is a buy despite getting crushed since the pandemic. And our market guest says the stage is set for solid returns this year. He’ll tell us where …
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More good news on the economy coupled with more pushback on premature rate cuts from Fed Chair Powell is putting investors in a tough spot. We’ll look at how to position. Plus, a unique way to play the AI gold rush, featuring a Top-10 company on CNBC’s Just 100 List. And there’s a new quality concern for Boeing involving its supplier Spirit AeroSys…
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If there was any hope left for a March rate cut by the Fed, today’s blockbuster jobs report put an end to that. We’ll look at what’s next and how to position. Plus, AI lobbying spiked in 2023 as companies look to influence the federal government’s upcoming guidelines. And with activist investor activity picking up, our trader tells you which stocks…
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Goldman Sachs is revising its Fed rate cut forecast. Their chief U.S. economist is here with what’s behind the call. Plus, has the Magnificent 7 become the Terrific 3? One tech investor is going that way and tell us the names he’s sticking with. And the earnings parade rolls on with ExxonMobil, Chevron, Clorox and Skechers in Earnings Exchange.…
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We’re in the final countdown for the Fed decision, and our panel disagrees on when the Fed will cut rates and why. Plus, the ripple effects from the Fed’s higher-for-longer mantra will remain with the consumer long after they begin cutting rates. We’ll tell you some of the trouble spots to watch, though there are plenty of red flags in the most rec…
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Consumer confidence is at its highest level in more than three years, but the labor market is flashing some caution signs. Former Pimco chief economist Paul McCulley will tell us when he expects the Fed’s first rate cut. Plus, we’re in the thick of earnings season with Alphabet and Microsoft earnings after the bell today. We’ll tell you what to exp…
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The Fed isn’t expected to cut rates on Wednesday, but our market guest says that’s a big mistake. Plus, North Carolina’s state health plan will stop paying for obesity drug coverage, and that may be good news for one company. We’ll speak with the CEO about why. And Red Sea disruptions could drive demand for one area of the commercial real estate ma…
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Intel plunging on weak guidance, but our market guest still believes in the company’s turnaround story. She’ll tell us why. Plus, we just got the last key data point on the economy ahead of next week’s Fed meeting. We’ll look at whether it’s enough to nudge the Fed toward an earlier cut. And it’s been a bad week for several high-profile names. Our …
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Alaska Airlines CEO Ben Minicucci joins us for an earnings exclusive fresh off those results. His thoughts on the Boeing Max 9 turmoil and the DOJ’s stance on Alaska’s deal with Hawaiian. Plus, our market guest sees one group of stocks set to outperform despite some warning signs on the horizon. And we’ll break down three names getting ready to rep…
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The so-called Magnificent 7 trade has created a lot of dislocation in the market, and our guest says that’s a good thing because it’s created a lot of opportunity. Plus, less than 2 weeks after the SEC approved spot bitcoin ETFs, there are two asset managers dominating the flow race. We’ll speak to one of them about that. And a small bank barometer…
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Stocks moving lower today, but our market guests both say the bulls have the upper hand. Plus, the U.S. expanding strikes in Yemen. We have the latest and a look at the retail group most exposed to Red Sea disruptions. And Netflix is on deck to report earnings. The company may have won the streaming wars, but what about the ad wars? Ad executive Ma…
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In the 106th episode of the award-winning series MVP – The Master's Voice Podcast from MediaBrief.com, Samir K Modi, the dynamic Managing Director of Modi Enterprises and the visionary behind Colorbar Cosmetics, takes center stage with series host Pavan R Chawla, Founder-Editor of MediaBrief.com. Having celebrated Colorbar's 19th successful year, M…
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The S&P 500 just hit a record high, but our market guest says the U.S. is still the place to be for stocks. Plus, a second bullish call for Apple in as many days. Evercore’s analyst will join us with the one event that could be a catalyst for the stock. And the CEO of Sotheby’s International Realty sees Americans who are still buying overseas, and …
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Spruce Point Capital founder Ben Axler joins us to defend his new short of MSCI. Plus, our market guest has three contrarian trades he says are poised to outperform. And 2024 is already being described by some as the year of the so-called “deepfake election”. We’ll look at what platforms and regulators are doing to defend our democracy.…
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The latest retail sales data coming in stronger than expected and investors are not too happy about it. We’ll debate whether rates could remain higher for longer. Plus, Chinese cars are flooding the West, but are they a real threat to American automakers? We’ll get one view from Hong Kong. And EY is launching its first-ever deal barometer and the s…
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Bank of America’s survey shows overwhelming optimism for a soft landing, but Fed Gov. Waller says not so fast… We’ll look at how to position in this environment. Plus, bank earnings have felt like a gut punch according to our trader, but he’s still buying three and staying away from one. And the CEO of Taylor Morrison joins us with the pulse of the…
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This, the 105th episode of our award-winning series MVP – The Master’s Voice Podcast, brings you a deep-dive, inspiring, often chuckle-inducing conversation with the remarkable Jo Jackson, CEO of the globally respected D&AD. As the first female CEO of D&AD, Jo passionately emphasizes the organization's commitment to diversity and equal opportunitie…
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Encouraging signs on the inflation front. The market now sees an 80% probability of a rate cut in March. But our market guest doesn’t see that happening. He’ll tell us the other places he’s seeing opportunity. Plus, geopolitical tensions are rising. Houthi forces now vowing to retaliate to last night's US-led coalition strikes in Yemen. So what hap…
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CPI coming in hotter than expected, pushing stocks lower as a result. Could the first Fed rate cut come later than the market expected? Plus, Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong calls the bitcoin ETF approval a great victory, but our guest predicts the company is in for a big reality check. And a rapid rundown with the RapidRatings CEO: the names on his r…
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Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun joins us exclusively for his first interview since a part blew off of a 737 Max 9 aircraft during an Alaska Airlines flight. Plus, our guests say the Fed’s rate cuts could come fast and furious if history is any indication. And stocks tend to outperform during an election year, but could the Fed and inflation play a unique r…
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Stocks struggling to extend yesterday’s gains but our strategist has one unloved part of the market he says to buy. Plus, The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is underway, and we’ll hear from the CEOs of Siemens and L’Oreal about their latest endeavors. And Elliott Management is making a billion-dollar bet on one dating company. We’ve got the…
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Citi’s best and worst performing sectors before and after a Presidential election. BMO says Fed cuts won’t be a tide that lifts all boats, especially in the retail sector. Their analyst reveals the particularly rate-sensitive names to buy now. And the CEO of the largest railcar-maker in the US weighs in on the state of freight and the impact of sou…
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Wall Street still sees a 70% chance of a Fed rate cut in March, but KPMG’s Diane Swonk says no way and tells us why. Plus, stocks aren’t off to a great start this year, but our market guest is excited and sees plenty of opportunities ahead. And Danielle Shay joins us with three big tech names positioned for gains into earnings, and one surprising b…
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Is stronger-than-expected economic data throwing the Fed’s rate cut timeline into question? We’ll debate whether it’s bad news for all stocks or just the high-flyers. Plus, the promise of AI could help revitalize downtown San Francisco, and we’ll speak to one developer making a billion-dollar bet on the Golden City. And the Stanley cup craze sweepi…
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Stocks falling again after the Nasdaq’s worst start to a year since 2016. Is weak economic data the culprit? We’ll look at what’s dragging the market lower. Plus, another cargo ship attacked in the Red Sea is leading investors to worry about retaliatory attacks and the fallout for energy prices and the global supply chain. And Microsoft is nearing …
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Our strategist says “higher for longer” is still very much in play and rates could spoil the party in 2024. Plus, rising tensions in the Red Sea are pushing oil prices higher. We’ll ask Atlantic Council CEO Fred Kempe whether we’re on the brink of a multi-front war in the Middle East. And Barclays becomes the fourth firm with a bearish rating on Ap…
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This, the 104th episode of our award-winning series MVP – The Master’s Voice Podcast, features highly respected and accomplished Industry captain, thought leader and expert Vikram Sakhuja, Equity Partner and Group CEO of Madison Media & OOH, India's largest independent Media Agency. Vikram is in conversation with Pavan R Chawla, series host and Fou…
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Stick with tech in 2024, says our market guest, but not just any tech… She likes one name she’s been bullish on all year and is about to post its best year in two decades. Plus, 2024 could be the year the metaverse finally takes off! Apple is getting in the game and could change it for consumers. And a special EV edition of 3 Buys & A Bail to close…
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With stocks at or near record highs, our market guest says the gains can continue and is highlighting the parts of the market that he sees as undervalued. Plus, a blowout finish for biotech stocks to end the year – we’ll speak to one CEO whose company is coming off its best day ever thanks to the success of a heart disease drug. And our latest chec…
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Don’t count out a January rate cut, according to one of our guests. He’ll tell us what has to happen for the Fed to pull the trigger, and what it means for the market rally if things don’t pan out that way. Plus, a trillion dollars in commercial real estate loans are set to mature by the end of next year. We’ll speak with one private credit player …
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Welcome to episode 103 of our award-winning series MVP – The Master’s Voice Podcast, in which I am delighted to bring you a conversation with cricket, business and sustainability luminary Phil Oliver, CEO of Desert Vipers from the DP International T20 League, where Phil and his excellent franchise are using the passion of Cricket to drive awareness…
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We’ve got the results of the final 2-year note auction of the year and the one key data point our market guest says will finally trigger the Fed pivot. Plus, a pair of big biotech buyouts today, including one pharma giant striking its second multibillion-dollar deal in less than a week. We’ll look at whether more M&A is on the way. And with tech st…
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ARK Invest’s Cathie Wood reveals the stock she’s adding back to her portfolio, along with a few other names she’s betting on for the long-term. Economist Tom Porcelli tells us why Fed rate cuts are coming sooner than later…and why two percent is too late. Plus, Insulet shares have climbed 35% since an upgrade at Jeffries. We’ve got the med tech nam…
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Rate cuts are coming – and they’re coming fast. That’s been the theme out of Wall Street so far this week, but one of our guests sees it differently. He’s not expecting a cut until the fourth quarter, but he does however see a significant slowdown ahead. Given what we just heard from FedEx, could he be right? He joins us to make his case. Plus, the…
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The toothpaste is out of the tube and a recession is coming, our economist says. She’ll make her case and look at the path forward for the Fed. Plus, how should investors position for a possible Fed pivot? Ariel Investments’ Charlie Bobrinskoy joins with his take on the value trade. And we’ll speak with Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong about the recent…
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Goldman Sachs says rate cuts are coming, but Fed officials are pumping the brakes on that rhetoric. Jefferies chief market strategist David Zervos tells us why Fed Chair Powell needs to tread carefully from here. Plus, our market guest has two areas of this rally that he says are still cheap, though one of them is quite controversial. And Carter Wo…
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In this, the 102nd episode of MVP – The Master’s Voice Podcast, Shashi Kumar, Founder and CEO of Akshayakalpa Organic, discusses with host and MediaBrief Founder-Editor Pavan R Chawla , his mission to prepare farmers for economic empowerment and society with healthy food habits through the consumption of organic dairy and other products. Pavan had …
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