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Leasing again becoming option for auto buyers

Auto leasing, temporarily crippled by the credit and financial crisis, is making a comeback this fall.Full story

Stocks slide after signs of subdued recovery

Signs of a subdued economic recovery sent investors out of stocks Thursday and in search of safer assets like the dollar. Full story

Oil Prices Slip Below $78 a Barrel

  Peter Beutel, president of Cameron Hanover, shares his outlook on oil prices.

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Home construction bad on paper and in reality

Wholesale inflation dips unexpectedly

Inflation pressures remain modest

Iraqis protest over public services, elections

Price of gold sets new record even as dollar rises

The mood at Frankfurt Auto Show is electric

Wholesale prices soar 1.7 percent

Trade deficit jumps to highest level in 6 months

Housing industry faces a long, hard climb back

Automakers are stuck in small car quandary

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  $110 Oil Coming Our Way?

Daniel Dicker, an independent oil trader, shares his outlook on oil prices.

  One On One with Occidental

Discussing whether oil prices are a real price or a trader's price, with Stephen Chazen, Occidental Petroleum president & CFO.

  How High Can Oil Go?

Discussing the direction of oil prices, with John Kilduff, MF Global and CNBC's Bill Griffeth.

  Will Rise in Oil Prices Continue?

John Kilduff, of MF Global, and Addison Armstrong, of Tradition Energy, discuss the future of oil prices.

  Panel debates way forward in Afghanistan

Oct. 2: Richard Haass, the president of the Council on Foreign Relations, joins the Morning Joe gang to discuss a possible policy shift in Afghanistan, as well as the short- and long-term future of U.S-Iranian relations.

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