Today on The Street
7:05 am ET
Chief European Economist, RBC Capital Markets
European Outlook: Less Austerity, More Easy Money
As G8 leaders gather in Northern Ireland to tackle some of the biggest global economic issues of the day, BNN finds out more about what it'll take to get Europe, specifically, back on its feet. Jens Larsen, chief European economist, RBC Capital Markets, will share his views on the European economic outlook, ahead of his lunchtime speech to the Economic Club of Canada, "Europe - Less Austerity, More Easy Money."
8:30 am ET
Chief economist, Americas, UBS
Ahead of the Fed: U.S. CPI and Housing Starts
The markets are focused on the U.S. Federal Reserve this week, and what the central bank could say Wednesday about its plans to start cutting back on its bond purchases. Chairman Ben Bernanke will have two key pieces of economic data to chew on before releasing the FOMC's latest views on the economy. We're expecting the latest reading on inflation and housing starts at 8:30AM ET. BNN looks at what's ahead for the Fed with Maury Harris, chief economist, Americas, UBS.
8:45 am ET
Vice President & Director, TD Asset Management
Ease Stock Picking, Buy U.S. Dividend Stocks
David Sykes, vice-president & director, TD Asset Management joins BNN's the Street to share why now's the time to buy U.S. dividend stocks, if you haven't already.