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CNBC PRO used fundamental analysis to find the industrial stocks that could be ready to pop in 2017.
As bank stocks stabilize, a "big negative shock" could cause major volatility in areas newly exposed to risk, Mohamed El-Erian tells CNBC.
Dennis Gartman sees volatility in many of the traditional commodities assets.
A stronger dollar will reduce demand for oil and tempt producers to exceed newly agreed upon limits on crude production.
The short-seller firm cited risk from "emerging" data center competition next year from Intel and Advanced Micro Devices.
The market's expectations for the Federal Reserve in 2017 could actually be too low, Mohamed El-Erian tells CNBC.
For Indra Nooyi, success comes down to work ethic and character.
Tech investor Paul Meeks reveals his favorite stocks for the new year.
CES is the world's biggest technology show and in 2017 it will be celebrating its 50th anniversary.
Analysts had forecast a 0.4 percent increase in November.
Trump apparently took offense to the United States abstaining from a United Nations vote condemning Israeli settlements.
Syria would be divided into zones of influence and Bashar al-Assad would remain for a few years under a Russia, Turkey and Iran deal.
Nearly a third of retirees haven't withdrawn enough from their retirement accounts this year. They face a 50 percent penalty.
Donald Trump's election has been good for Russian markets, but the story doesn't end there, says Rauan Khassan.
The U.S. shift to government-led economic policy under Trump could reverberate through the euro zone, Mohamed El-Erian tells CNBC.
For most Americans, where they are at midnight on Dec. 31 says a lot about the year ahead. That doesn't mean that money is no object.
Calling a fund "contrarian" doesn't mean it's all that contrarian.
Evercore ISI presents its top internet stock ideas for 2017.
German authorities detained a Tunisian man who may have been involved in last week's attack on a Berlin Christmas market.