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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.




Microsoft Gaming and Activision Blizzard CEOs on Their Companies’ Mega-Deal, Goldman Sachs Misses and Stocks Tumble, Exxon's Net Zero Carbon Emissions Goal, and BlackRock's Fink on "Woke" Capitalism

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with news of a mega-deal: Microsoft agreeing to acquire "Call of Duty" videogame publisher Activision Blizzard for $95 per share or $68.7 billion in cash. Becky Quick, Jim and David interviewed Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer and Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick in a CNBC Exclusive. There was more for the anchors to discuss on a busy Tuesday: Markets in sell-off mode as yields rise and Goldman Sachs posts a fourth-quarter...


Big Bank Earnings and a Retail Sales Slump Weigh on Markets -- While Tech Tries to Rebound From Thursday's Sell-off

David Faber, Morgan Brennan and Mike Santoli focused on a rough start for the Dow and S&P 500: Both under pressure after big banks kicked off earnings season with their quarterly results -- and new data showed weaker-than-expected retail sales in December in wake of the omicron outbreak and inflation. JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup each fell sharply after posting a decline in quarterly profits, while Wells Fargo's results gave the stock a lift. Piper Sandler analyst Jeff Harte offered his...


Markets & Inflation Data Day 2, Fed Vice Chair Nominee Heads to the Hill, VP Harris on COVID Test "Urgency", Delta Beats, and TPG's IPO: The Biggest of 2022

Inflation once again on center stage: Carl Quintanilla, David Faber and Mike Santoli focused on market reaction to a tamer-than-expected Producer Price Index for December -- as well as growth stocks vs. value. The anchors also discussed Fed Vice Chair nominee Lael Brainard's prepared testimony on inflation ahead of her confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill. Carl, David and Mike reacted to Vice President Kamala Harris' comments to NBC's "Today" show -- she estimates COVID-19 tests for all...


Markets Shrug Off Hot Inflation Data, the Financials on a Record Run, and Has the Nasdaq Bottomed? Plus: Biogen Slumps on Medicare and Alzheimer's Drug News: Reaction from the CEO of Novartis

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber on inflation watch: Markets rise despite data showing consumer prices up 7% in December from a year ago. Cramer offered his perspective on how Fed Chair Jerome Powell is handling inflation in wake of Tuesday's re-confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill. The anchors also reacted to what Domino's CEO Richard Allison told CNBC about how he sees the inflation picture. Also in focus: The financial sector's record run ahead of big bank earnings, Nasdaq...


Tech’s Turnaround, Powell on the Hill, Reddit Rebellion: 1-Year Later

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the show with a look at the market volatility, with the Nasdaq snapping a 4-day losing streak during yesterday’s late rebound. The S&P is looking to avoid it 6th straight day of declines. The anchors also hit the 1-year anniversary of the Reddit Rebellion, when Chewy co-founder Ryan Cohen was named to Gamestop’s board of directors. Shares of $GME are up more than 500% over the last 12-months. Also in the mix: Abercrombie & Fitch shares moved...


Stocks and Crypto Extend Slump, Exclusive With Take-Two CEO on Zynga Deal, and Gilead Sciences CEO on the Battle to Treat COVID

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored how investors should navigate a rough start to the week for stocks: The tech sector extending its 2022 sell-off amid rising bond yields. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies also continuing to take a hit. Take-Two Interactive was the S&P 500's worst performer after the home of "Grand Theft Auto" announced it has agreed to acquire mobile gaming company Zynga for $9.86 per share in cash and stock, representing a 64% premium to Friday's...


White House CEA Chair Reacts to December Jobs Data, GameStop Surges on NFT/Crypto Report and Abbott Labs CEO Looks to Boost COVID Test Production as Omicron Spreads

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer focused on market reaction to the big news of the morning: The December employment report showed non-farm payrolls up 199,000 -- about half of what Wall Street had been expecting -- but the unemployment rate fell to 3.9%. Cecelia Rouse -- Chair of President Biden's Council of Economic Advisers -- joined the program to discuss the jobs report, inflation, the COVID-19 omicron variant outbreak and what's at stake for the economy. GameStop shares soared on a...


Morning After the "Fed Minutes" Sell-Off, Tech's New Year Tumble, The Crypto Slide and Pres. Biden's Remarks on January 6 One Year After the Capitol Hill Attack.

Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer explored how investors should navigate the markets and a slumping tech sector, one day after the minutes from the December Fed meeting sparked a Wall Street sell-off on interest rate fears -- resulting in the Nasdaq's worst day in eleven months. The anchors also discussed what to make of the deepening losses in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Carl and Jim also reacted to President Biden's speech on the first anniversary of the January 6 Capitol Hill...


Tech Sector Extends Losses, Growth Stocks' "Shellacking," the White House Doubles Up on Pfizer's COVID Pill and France's Macron Says "Piss Off" the Unvaccinated.

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed tech stocks extending losses from Tuesday's sell-off in light of rising rates. David highlighted the "shellacking" growth stocks have taken as of late, including Shopify, business software provider HubSpot, plus Salesforce and Adobe -- UBS cut both stocks from "Buy" to "Neutral." Lots of news surrounding COVID, including the CDC declining to add a negative test result requirement to its updated isolation guidelines, the Biden...


New Market Records Despite Daily COVID Cases at 1M, $3T Apple, Banks Surge, Ford's "Lightning" Strike, and Theranos Founder Holmes Found Guilty of Fraud.

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber delved into another historic day for stocks: The Dow and S&P 500 setting fresh all-time highs, despite the news that daily COVID cases in the U.S. shattered records by surpassing one million on Monday. The anchors explored what's ahead for Apple one day after it briefly touched a $3 trillion valuation for the first time. They also discussed why bank stocks are helping to fuel the markets' record run. Ford among the big winners, up sharply after...


2022 Market Kick-off, Carl and Jim Back at the NYSE, Omicron Spreads and FDA Approves Pfizer Booster for Kids 12-15, While Tesla Surges on Record Deliveries.

On the first trading day of 2022, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored what to expect from stocks this year after a bullish 2021. Carl and Jim returned to the NYSE for the first time since testing positive for COVID. The anchors discussed the challenges the country faces as the omicron variant outbreak accelerates – as well as developments including The FDA decision to authorize Pfizer COVID vaccine booster shots for children as young as twelve. Cramer says "I am done...


CNBC SPECIAL: Bob Iger’s Exit Interview

After nearly 50 years at the company, Bob Iger is stepping away from Disney. During his 15-year tenure as its CEO, 10 as its Chairman, Iger led the transformational acquisitions of Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm and 21st Century Fox, launched its Disney Plus streaming platform and helped steer the company through the coronavirus pandemic. After repeatedly pushing off his retirement, Iger now says he has “no regrets” on his decision and timing around stepping down. In this exclusive sit down,...


Bulls Win Big in 2021, The S&P 500 Tops the Major Indices, Omicron Effect on Travel, EV Stocks Outlook for 2022, and Sen. Sanders vs. Buffett.

On the final trading day of 2021, Scott Wapner, Leslie Picker and Mike Santoli explored what has been a bullish year for the stock markets despite volatility and the pandemic: The S&P 500 up 27%, outperforming the Nasdaq and the Dow. The anchors looked at this year's biggest market drivers and the action surrounding "meme stocks" such as GameStop and AMC. Then there's the effect of the COVID-19 omicron variant on travel, with airlines canceling more than 1,300 flights on Thursday and the CDC...


Record Closing Highs for the S&P 500: 70 and Counting? Plus: The Omicron Challenge, Micron and Samsung's Lockdown-Related Warnings and Playing Tesla in 2022.

Scott Wapner and Leslie Picker led off with a look at what's ahead for the markets one day after the S&P 500 posted its 70th record closing high of the year. Scott and Leslie also explored how businesses are grappling with the omicron variant as the U.S. and other countries shatter records for daily COVID-19 cases. The anchors reacted to comments Dr. Anthony Fauci made on CNBC about the reduced isolation guidelines. Micron and Samsung have warned that a COVID-19 lockdown in the Chinese city...


Omicron Tempers the "Santa Claus Rally," Elon Musk Sells More Tesla Shares, the Chip Sector from a CEO's Perspective, and Apple in 2022: Survey Says...

One day after the "Santa Claus Rally" took a breather despite the S&P 500 hitting a new all-time high, Carl Quintanilla, Scott Wapner and Leslie Picker focused on markets trying to shrug off the omicron variant spread -- as cases surge and businesses try to cope with the outbreak without implementing lockdowns. The anchors also discussed Elon Musk's sale of another $1 billion in Tesla shares - moving closer to his goal of divesting his 10% stake in the company. The stock up 40% in three...


A Fresh Record High for the S&P 500, The New Omicron Rules, Peloton's Plunge, The "Green Chips" and 2022 Buying Opportunities

Carl Quintanilla, Scott Wapner and Leslie Picker discussed another record-setting day for stocks: The "Santa Claus Rally" continues with the S&P 500 hitting a fresh all-time intraday high. This as the omicron variant remains in the spotlight: The CDC cutting isolation time for those with asymptomatic COVID infections, Goldman Sachs reportedly requiring employees returning to the office to get booster shots, and Apple closing its twelve New York City stores to indoor traffic due to the...


Travel Stocks Down on Omicron But the S&P 500 Sets a New All-Time High, the Holiday Retail Sales Boost and Big Tech vs. Regulation in 2022.

On the first trading day after Christmas, Carl Quintanilla, Scott Wapner and Kayla Tausche discussed why the S&P 500 hit a new record high despite the omicron outbreak, while travel stocks are taking a hit in wake of flight cancellations and the increase in COVID cases on cruise ships. Meantime, Moderna is facing shareholder pressure over the cost of its COVID vaccines. The anchors also explored data indicating the strongest holiday sales jump in 17 years -- and what that means for the...


The Santa Claus Rally, FDA Authorizes Merck and Pfizer COVID Treatment Pills, Chinese Stocks Under Pressure, Nikola Surges and Disney's Iger Talks Sports Rights.

On the final trading day before Christmas, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber focused on stocks aiming for a third straight day of gains, as investors shrug off worries about the omicron variant. Cramer weighs in on the "Santa Claus Rally" and explains why "it's very much an Nvidia market." The anchors discussed the FDA's authorization of Merck and Ridgeback Therapeutics' COVID-19 antiviral pill for emergency use -- one day after Pfizer's version was approved by the agency. Carl,...


After the Rally: Omicron's Impact on Markets and Corporations, Musk Says He's "Sold Enough" Tesla Stock and Blasts Sen. Warren Again, and Disney's Iger on Dealing With Rupert Murdoch

The morning after stocks recouped losses from Monday's sell-off, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed what investors should make of the COVID-19 Omicron outbreak after President Biden outlined his strategy for combating the variant. The anchors stressed the importance of getting the FDA to approve an oral treatment for COVID. Delta's CEO is asking the CDC to reduce its quarantine guidelines for breakthrough cases from ten days to five, while Amazon, T-Mobile and Facebook...


David’s Exclusive With Disney's Bob Iger - The “Exit Interview.” The Market Bounces Back After the Sell-off, Carl Discloses Positive COVID Test, An Exclusive With Micron's CEO, and Nike Leads the Dow Higher

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets recouping most of their losses from Monday's sell-off, which was sparked by fears about the omicron variant spread. Cramer says December 21 historically marks the start of the "Santa Claus Rally.” Carl makes a surprise announcement: Like Jim, he has tested positive for COVID-19. David Faber had an exclusive and wide-ranging "exit interview" with Disney's Bob Iger, who is stepping down as chairman at the end of the year,...