CNBC adds new market report
With the stock market off to its worst year-to-date start since 1991 — a recession year — CNBC introduced Monday a series of new special reports, “The CNBC Edge,” to help viewers.
While there is debate among economic experts about whether or not the U.S. is technically in a recessionÂ — or headed into oneÂ — it is clear investors and business leaders alike have never been in more need of the fast, accurate, actionable, and unbiased information.
CNBC senior vice president for business news Jonathan Wald said in a release, “The ‘CNBC Edge’ will show our viewers there is always money to be made despite the volatility of the market.”
CNBC will deploy its anchors and reporters to file reports and answer such questions as what stocks you should purchase in a down market and what stocks should be avoided. What sectors are best for long-term investments and what stocks should be avoided in the short term? “The CNBC Edge”Â aims toÂ give the CNBC audience the edge in investing with this must-see survival guide.
“The CNBC Edge” will be seen throughout CNBC’s business day.
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