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  • Financial literacy

    A new survey shows the number of states requiring high school students to take a course in economics has dropped over the last two years.

  • Is this the global deflation of credit bubbles?

    Jonathan Pain, author of The Pain Report, says we are likely to see a lengthy period of deleveraging, particularly in Asia.

  • We're primed for a more substantive rally: Pro

    Janney Montgomery Scott Chief Investment Strategist Mark Luschini, and MillerTabak Equity Strategist Matt Maley, discuss market opportunities following the latest rally.

  • Interest rate rise expected: Pro

    Semper Capital Management CEO Greg Parsons and Stifel Private Client Group Market Strategist Kevin Caron discuss what to expect from the upcoming Federal Reserve meeting.

  • How worried are exporters about dollar strength?

    Fred Hochberg, chairman of Export-Import Bank of the United States, says dollar strength is certainly a headwind for smaller to medium businesses.

  • Past Due credit

    It usually takes consumers seven to 10 years to erase negative marks from their credit, according to Credit Karma.

  • Bad credit scores could haunt

    Nearly 70% of Americans destroy their credit before turning 30.

  • Oil workers using chain to position drill on drilling platform.

    Banks are raising red flags about energy loans on their books, but they may be unable to bring down the hammer on drillers.

  • Rich Poor

    WalletHub.com compiled a list of U.S. city populations with the best and worst average credit scores. We look at the top and bottom 5.

  • Contrarian view on high-yield

    Insight to global debt concerns, and the impact to markets, with Dan Fuss, Loomis Sayles Vice Chairman.

  • Recession ahead?

    Joseph Lupton, senior global economist at J.P. Morgan, talks about whether a recession is ahead.

  • Big bank oil exposure

    A new Goldman Sachs report outlines how much oil and gas outstanding debt is being held by banks. CNBC's Kayla Tausche parses the data.

  • Pro sees corporate bonds as investment 'sweet spot'

    Mark Kiesel, Pimco global credit CIO, weighs in on where he is finding the best investment opportunities. Corporate bonds can yield five to eight percent, says Kiesel.

  • Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Pressure on global corporate credit ratings is at the worst level since the financial crisis, Standard & Poor's has warned.

  • Blackrock: It will be a year of big market differentiation

    Neeraj Seth, MD and head of Asian credit at Blackrock, says it's crucial for investors to get their country, sector and security selection right.

  • Euro zone credit is beginning to turn: CIO

    Neil Dwane, global strategist at Allianz Global Investors, argues that credit is becoming easier to access, but governments are failing to restructure economies.

  • Asia's growth story is disconnected from US, Europe: UBS

    The deleveraging cycles in Europe and the U.S have ended, whilst Asia is just getting started, explains Paul Donovan, global economist and MD at UBS.

  • An investor reacts at a stock exchange hall on January 4, 2016 in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province of China.

    China's stock market drop send jitters around the globe. Here's why investors should be very worried about the country's future, says Steven Kopits.

  • Apple Pay app on an iPhone

    Apple and China UnionPay have announced a partnership to officially bring Apple Pay to China by early 2016, underscoring the latest battle for customers in the world's second-largest economy.

  • Janet Yellen

    Global chief investment officer at UBS Mark Haefele offers his reaction to the Fed hike and what he expects to happen now.