Why Chinese Market Pullback Could Be Good for US Stocks and Kudlow: Obama Bank Bashing Isn’t the Answer

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Though the stock market trembled over the past week partly on worries that the Chinese government is putting the reins on growth, a decline there could present an opportunity for US investors. [Read the full article]

Insight on why he recommends the steps the President proposed today, with Larry Summers, National Economic Council director and CNBC’s John Harwood.

Discussing how Scott Brown’s win will change economic policy, with Rep. Jeb Hensarling, (R-TX) and Robert Reich, former Labor Secretary.

Taxing and bashing banks is no way to run an economic recovery plan. Sure, banks made mistakes. And I still believe that no bank bonuses should be paid while the banks were under TARP. But they have paid TARP down. Right now we need the banks to service customers and expand loans when economic recovery moves into the credit-demand, loan-demand phase.

President Obama wants to restrict the size and activities of our biggest banks. He wants them to get out of the hedge fund business, get out of private equity, no trading for their own account. Plus, he wants a tougher cap on bank deposit market share. [Read the full article]

The best way to enjoy a ski trip may be to own a home on or near some of America’s most prestigious winter destinations.

Many of the vehicles on this list happen to be some of the most exotic and expensive luxury cars on the market.

Many companies who have naming rights contracts have seen their companies suffer financially within years of the deal.

A combative President Barack Obama exhorted Congress Friday to pass a new job-creation bill, taking a populist appeal to America’s recession-racked Rust Belt in an effort to recapture the excitement of his campaign.

Obama weaved us-against-them rhetoric into his appearances, telling a town hall audience that he “will never stop fighting” for an economy that works for the hard-working, not just those already well off. [Read the full article]

The best way to enjoy a ski trip may be to own a home on or near some of America’s most prestigious winter destinations.

Many of the vehicles on this list happen to be some of the most exotic and expensive luxury cars on the market.

Many companies who have naming rights contracts have seen their companies suffer financially within years of the deal.

Special coverage on the preeminent trade show promoting growth in the consumer technology industry.

There’s plenty of time until the April tax-filing deadline, but what you do in the last days of this year can make a big difference in the bottom line. So check out these tips.

A US Senate vote on whether to confirm Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke to a second term will likely be “very close,” a senior Democratic leadership aide told Reuters on Friday. [Read the full article]

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