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The opening hour of CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” with Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber is broadcast from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, on site at the opening bell with the up-to-the-minute news investors need to know and interviews with the most influential Chief Executive Officers and greatest market minds.

The opening hour of CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” with Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber is broadcast from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, on site at the opening bell with the up-to-the-minute news investors need to know and interviews with the most influential Chief Executive Officers and greatest market minds.


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The opening hour of CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” with Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber is broadcast from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, on site at the opening bell with the up-to-the-minute news investors need to know and interviews with the most influential Chief Executive Officers and greatest market minds.




China’s Crypto Crackdown, Nike’s Supply Chain Challenges, Chip Shortage a “Short-Term” Problem?

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer began with a breakdown of China’s crackdown on crypto with the country’s central bank saying all crypto-related activities are illegal. China’s comments sent prices of Bitcoin and Ethereum tumbling. The anchors stayed with China and got a live report from Eunice Yoon for the latest surrounding Evergrande’s crisis. Shifting to earnings, the anchors talked supply chain challenges that sent shares of Nike lower, despite the company posting an earnings beat. Jim...


Understanding Evergrande, Dell’s Post-Spinoff Outlook & Flying Cars

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discuss China’s property market crisis and the Federal Reserve's decision to keep current monetary stimulus in place for just a little bit longer. The Food and Drug Administration has authorized Pfizer and BioNTech’s Covid-19 booster shots for people 65 and older and other vulnerable Americans six months after they complete their first two doses, making many Americans eligible to receive the shots now. Toast shares soared 56% in their New York...


Fed Decision Day -- And Jamie Dimon Weighs In. Plus: Labor Pains for FedEx, A New Chapter in China's Evergrande Saga and What It Means for Stocks, An Update on DraftKings' $22.4B Takeover Offer, and Marc Benioff Blasts Facebook.

One day after a Wall Street rally fizzled, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets' attempt at another surge as fears surrounding Evergrande begin to ease: The Chinese property giant set to make its domestic bond payment on time. The anchors look at whether or not that development means now's a good time to buy into sectors such as materials. Cramer speaks out on why he believes China's President Xi has "overreached" when it comes to crackdowns in his country. Wall...


Morning After the Sell-off: Markets Rebound, China's Impact on Stocks, J&J's COVID Booster Shot Data, Uber Revs Up On Profit Outlook, and DraftKings Launches a $20B Takeover Bid

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the show with a look at a rebound for stocks one day after worries surrounding Chinese property giant Evergrande helped to spark the worst sell-off for the S&P 500 in four months. The anchors discussed whether now is the time to get in on stocks that took a hit due to China exposure. They also highlighted a note from Bank of America which says that Apple "has navigated the China relationship admirably" but added that a "resurgence of...


Market Sell-off Extends the September Slide: China and the Evergrande Effect -- What Investors Should Do Now. Plus, Treasury Secretary Yellen’s Debt Ceiling Warning, Pfizer's New Data on COVID Vaccines for Kids, and U.S. Plans to Ease Travel Restrictions.

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber kicked off the week with a breakdown of the market sell-off, sparked by worries about contagion from the problems of Chinese property giant Evergrande. The company has hundreds of billions in debt and risks defaulting on a payment this week. The anchors also looked at where this week's Fed meeting, Washington's haggling over the reconciliation bill and the debt ceiling fit into the market picture, with Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen saying in an...


Making Sense of a Roller Coaster Market Week, EV News from Lucid to Musk to Ford, Mark Cuban Tweets About Regulating Crypto, Biden vs. Manchin, COVID Vaccine Booster Shot Watch, and a Bullish Week for Wall Street Debuts

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber cap a roller coaster week for the market with a look at the tug-of-war between economic data versus supply chain issues and what's at stake for stocks. Pfizer and Moderna pushing for COVID vaccine booster shots ahead of a key FDA advisory committee meeting. The anchors reacted to what former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC about the age factor when it comes to administering boosters. Lots of electric vehicle news: Lucid shares...


Market Reaction to a Surprise Jump in Retail Sales, Elon Musk's SpaceX Makes History, and the Railroad Bidding War Ends: The CEOs of Canadian Pacific and Kansas City Southern on their $27B Merger Deal. Plus, Sen. Warren's Message: Ban Fed Officials from S

Carl Quintanilla and Mike Santoli led of the show with market reaction to government retail sales data for August showing a surprise gain of 0.7%, despite the COVID-19 Delta variant outbreak. They also discussed two Wall Street notes on Delta and the consumer: Bank of America says a pickup in consumer spending could be an "early sign that the Delta-lull is passing and a mini-reopening cycle starting," while J.P. Morgan says several indicators "are pointing to an inflection in the Delta...


An Exclusive Interview With SEC Chair Gensler, Reaction to Apple's New iPhone 13, a Double Boost for Microsoft, and Casino Stocks Tumble on the "Macau Effect

SEC Chair Gary Gensler joined "Squawk on the Street" for an exclusive interview. David Faber, Jim Cramer and Carl Quintanilla discussed a wide range of topics with Gensler: Cryptocurrency, Robinhood - specifically in terms of a potential payment for order flow ban - the SPAC market, China and finally the Archegos fallout and the market for total return swaps. As for the market action, the anchors took a closer look at Apple one day after the company's product launch event featuring the new...


The Markets and Tamer Inflation Data, SEC Chair Gensler Heads to the Hill, Apple Product Event Countdown, Goldman Sachs CFO to Step Down, Sen. Warren Urges the Fed to Break Up Wells Fargo, and AOC's "Tax the Rich" Message at the Met Gala

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with inflation data that gave futures an early boost: The Consumer Price Index for August coming in up 0.3-percent -- the lowest level in seven months -- with the core rate (minus food and energy) up 0.1-percent. Both readings tamer than Wall Street estimates. Cramer says that CPI "flies in the face of the bearish narrative" on the markets, though he added to keep an eye on seasonality and that we could be in for the roughest four...


Stocks Look To Bounce Back From A Rough Week, Supply Chain Worries, Taxes and the $3.5T Plan, KC Southern Declares a "Superior" Bid, Epic Games vs. Apple, Disney's Film Release Strategy and Goldman's Tech "Buy" and "Sell" Calls.

With the Dow and S&P 500 each looking to snap a five-session losing streak, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with a look at what's next for the markets. Supply chain and inflation issues in the spotlight after 3M said " the rising price of raw materials, labor and logistic" would hurt the company's bottom line. The anchors also reacted to Nike being downgraded by BTIG because of supply concerns. The potential for tax hikes on Wall Street's radar as Capitol Hill...


America Remembers 9/11: 20 Years Later. Plus, The Market's 4-Day Losing Streak, Pres. Biden's Sweeping Vaccination Push, The Biden-Xi Phone Call, Beijing's Crackdown on Tech, and Affirm Soars - "Buy Now?"

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with reflections on 9/11 twenty years later, including a look back at what David and the late Mark Haines said on CNBC after the World Trade Center's twin towers were struck. The NYSE and Nasdaq each observed a moment of silence prior to the opening bell. Don Carty was the CEO of American Airlines parent AMR on 9/11 twenty years ago. He appeared on the program and shared his recollections of that day -- as well as his thoughts on...


The COVID Effect on Markets and Impact on the Airlines, GameStop Tumbles, Lululemon Surges, China Ramps Up Its Crackdown on Gaming, and Tom Brady's Crypto Ad Ahead of the NFL Season Kickoff

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with a look at COVID and the Delta variant's impact on the markets, as the Dow and S&P 500 are in the midst of a three-day losing streak. Airlines including Southwest, United and Delta say they have seen cancellations and softness in booking due to the variant outbreak. The anchors also reacted to Wednesday comments from Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan about COVID's resurgence and impact on the travel, hospitality and leisure...


Cramer's Back, Tech's "Remarkable Staying Power," PayPal's Japanese "Buy Now, Pay Later" Deal , Coinbase vs. SEC, Apple from Record Highs to Ford's Poaching, the Bitcoin "Flash Crash" and BlackRock Fires Back at George Soros

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show by discussing Jim's first take on the market since his return from vacation. He said "the remarkable staying power of technology has kept this market afloat" in the face of inflation fears, the COVID-19 Delta variant outbreak, Fed taper talk and worries about a growth slowdown. Cramer explained why he believes big tech will retain its leadership role. Speaking of tech, the anchors discussed PayPal's $2.7-billion deal for Japan's...


The August Jobs Report's Big Miss and Market Reaction, the "State" of Didi and the China Crackdown, Railroad Bidding War's New Developments, A Delay for Apple, and a Hot Week for Netflix

David Faber, Morgan Brennan and Mike Santoli led off the program with the top story of the morning: A big miss in the government's August jobs report, reflecting worries about the Delta variant outbreak. The report shows the economy created 235,000 non-farm jobs last month. Wall Street expected a gain of 720,000. The unemployment rate fell to 5.2-percent -- in line with forecasts -- while wage growth doubled economists' estimates on a month-to-month basis. Grant Thornton Chief Economist...


The Market Records Keep on Coming, Remnants of Ida Pummel Northeast, Apple and Alphabet's All-Time Highs, Ford Sales Slump In August, China Crackdown Update, and a $10.5B Deal Is Confirmed.

David Faber, Leslie Picker and Mike Santoli explored the road ahead for stocks as the S&P 500 hits a fresh record high. A Wall Street analyst joined them to discuss Apple and Alphabet hitting all-time highs and how you should put your money to work in big tech. The anchors also discussed the remnants of Hurricane Ida, which battered the Northeast U.S. and resulted in massive flooding, record rainfall, tornados and deaths. Leslie showed video and a photo of her morning commute, which...


A New Month and a New Record High, The Big Tech Rally, and Buying Financials - August's Top-Performing Sector. Also: Hurricane Ida Damage and the Gas Shortage, Lucid Plummets, and Buying on the Dip - Cathie Wood Loads Up on Zoom

On the first trading day of September, David Faber, Leslie Picker and Mike Santoli explored what's next for stocks after an August in which the S&P 500 extended its monthly win streak to seven. They looked at what history tells us about market performance in September. The Nasdaq rose to a new all-time high: Can big tech/FAANG keep the upward momentum going? Financials were the best performing sector in August with a five-percent gain. The anchors asked Piper Sandler analyst Jeff Harte which...


Final Trading Day of August, Entergy President on Hurricane Ida's Damage and Power Outages, Zoom Tumbles on Growth Outlook, and Can Chip Stocks Sustain Their Record Run?

David Faber, Morgan Brennan and Mike Santoli led off the show with a look at the markets on the final trading day of August, which has been a strong month for tech stocks. That discussion was followed by Frank Holland’s live report from New Orleans on the catastrophic damage caused by Hurricane Ida, as more than one million Louisiana residents could be without power for weeks. Rod West -- Entergy Group President, Utility Operations -- joined the program to discuss the challenges the New...


Hurricane Ida's Catastrophic Damage and What's At Stake for the Energy Sector, The S&P 500's "Earnings-Led Melt-Up", Space-Related Stocks Soar and Plummet, While Two Stocks Skyrocket on Big Tech News

David Faber, Morgan Brennan and Mike Santoli kicked off the show with the latest on the damage caused by Hurricane Ida, going to a live report from CNBC's Valerie Castro on the ground in New Orleans, which has been hit by a power outage -- more than one million people in Louisiana and Mississippi without power as a result of Ida, which was downgraded to tropical storm status. The anchors and a Wall Street analyst discussed Ida's impact on the energy sector, with regulators saying that...


Markets Brace for Fed Chair Powell's Jackson Hole Speech, Cleveland Fed President Mester Speaks Out, Peloton Tumbles, Gap Jumps and Apple Reaches a Settlement

Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli led off the show with a preview of Fed Chair Jerome Powell's speech to the Jackson Hole virtual symposium and what it could mean for markets, with Wall Street looking for clues about Fed policy when it comes to inflation and tapering as the Delta variant outbreak impacts the economy. Steve Liesman interviewed Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester about her perspective on tapering, inflation and supply constraints, plus the role COVID...


Earnings Parade from Tech to Retail, Dollar Stores Slump on Supply Chain Challenges, The Stay-At-Home Trade vs. Return to Work Plans as COVID Cases Rise, And Fed Presidents Speak Out Ahead of Chair Powell's Jackson Hole Speech

The morning after fresh record closing highs for stocks, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with a look at a pair of tech earnings movers: Shares of Salesforce and Snowflake each getting a lift from their respective quarterly results. The anchors reacted to what the CEOs of both companies told CNBC about their numbers, and explored what's next for stay-at-home players such as Zoom in wake of companies pushing back their return to office plans due to the Delta...