December 20th, 2012
04:36 PM ET

Suspects defy Canadian maple syrup cartel

The New York Stock Exchange is the very symbol of Wall Street. InterContinental Exchange has offered $8.2 billion to purchase it.

Plus, U.S. economic growth is on the rise but Washington's fiscal cliff could derail any long-term improvements.

Plus, three suspects have been arrested in Canada for allegedly stealing 6 million pounds of maple syrup.

Watch the new edition of Your Money with Ali Velshi, weekdays at 3:30pm EST. CNN's Your Money airs Saturdays at 1:00PM EST and Sundays at 3:00PM EST.


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December 18th, 2012
04:24 PM ET

Gun industry falters after mass shooting

There's movement in the fiscal cliff negotiations, but U.S. House leadership and the President still need to come to an agreement.

Plus, U.S. gas prices are near a two-year low and Toyota pays a record safety fine.

Also, starting next year Instagram will start selling your photos for a profit.

Watch CNN's Your Money with Ali Velshi, weekdays at 3:30pm EST, Saturdays at 1:00pm EST and Sundays at 3:00pm.


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December 17th, 2012
04:28 PM ET

"Chained CPI" explained

Ali Velshi explains "Chained CPI," the newest buzz-term being used in Washington.

Plus, Ali and Fareed Zakaria discuss whether Americans should be more concered about the value seen for their tax dollars, rather than how much they pay.

Watch the new edition of Your Money with Ali Velshi, weekdays at 3:30pm EST on CNN.


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December 13th, 2012
04:46 PM ET

And the "Lie of the Year" award goes to...

Mitt Romney's campaign ad campaign claiming Chrysler would move Jeep manufacturing to China is dubbed the "Lie of the Year" by Politifact.com.

Plus, UBS will pay U.S. and British regulators $1 billion to settle allegations that the bank manipulated Libor.

Also, Apple realizes the golden rule of retail: the customer is always right. Iphone owners can once again rely on Google Maps to get where they're going.

Watch the new edition of Your Money with Ali Velshi, weekdays at 3:30pm EST on CNN. CNN's Your Money airs Saturdays at 1:00PM EST and Sundays at 3:00PM EST.


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December 12th, 2012
05:23 PM ET

Velshi: Fed is like a car with no steering wheel

Ali Velshi shares what Chairman Ben Bernanke says the Federal Reserve is willing to do to lower unemployment.

Plus, is HSBC too big to jail? Ali asks Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer what he thinks.

Watch the new edition of Your Money with Ali Velshi, weekdays at 3:30pm EST on CNN. CNN's Your Money airs Saturdays at 1:00PM EST and Sundays at 3:00PM EST


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December 11th, 2012
04:54 PM ET

U.S. to profit from AIG bailout

Ali Velshi explains how the U.S. stands to profit from the AIG bailout four years ago.

Plus, HSBC agrees to pay a record fine to settle accusations of money laundering but avoids criminal chargers.

Also, Delta purchases a large stake in Virgin Atlantic. What does this mean for the two airlines?

Watch the new edition of Your Money with Ali Velshi, weekdays at 3:30pm EST on CNN. CNN's Your Money airs Saturdays at 1:00PM EST and Sundays at 3:00PM EST


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December 10th, 2012
04:23 PM ET

China makes move for North American oil

Chinese state owned oil giant purchases one of Canada’s largest independent oil companies. Plus, McDonald’s experience a boost in nationwide sales.

Also, an update on the fiscal cliff threatening the U.S. economy.

Watch the new edition of Your Money with Ali Velshi, weekdays at 3:30pm EST on CNN. CNN's Your Money airs Saturdays at 1:00PM EST and Sundays at 3:00PM EST.


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December 7th, 2012
05:45 PM ET

This week on Your Money

Congratulations, Washington! You achieved absolutely nothing this week. Ali Velshi asks Harvard University economist Ken Rogoff, the financial crisis expert, if America is ready for an economic resurgence after the fiscal cliff.

Plus, jobs… they are coming back, but just not strongly enough to allow the country to regain its economic footing. That's especially true as headwinds grow from Europe and Asia.

Also, is it over for Grover? Ali talks to two Republican congressman, Tom Cole, the Deputy whip from Oklahoma, and Ted Yoho, the newly elected Republican from Florida, about why they are backing away from Grover Norquist’s anti-tax pledge.

And, what happens if we do raise taxes on the rich? We’ve done it before and the country has accomplished much more than survival. Watch a steel cage match on tax hikes between Stephen Moore of the WSJ and David Cay Johnston, the Pulitzer prize winning author.

CNN's Your Money with Ali Velshi airs this Saturday at 1:00p ET and Sunday at 3:00p ET.


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December 7th, 2012
05:11 PM ET

Velshi: We should be careful not to read too much into jobs numbers

Ali Velshi and Christine Romans break down the November's job report. Diane Swonk helps explain why these new number may not be accurate.


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December 7th, 2012
05:10 PM ET

Fiscal cliff: Catastrophe or not?

Ali Velshi debates with Richard Quest whether falling off the fiscal cliff would spell economic doom.


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