Last year's spending on the NFL championship topped $15.5 billion. Americans will likely spend as much if not more on this year's big game.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The SPDR S&P Retail ETF (XRT) climbed higher, led by shares of Michaels.
The company is planning to dedicate 500 square footage of space, with a majority of the shops located in the men's department.
Stocks closed mostly higher, boosted by strong quarterly earnings from banks, while investors also digested several pieces of economic data.
The Snapchat-like feature on Facebook's photo-first platform is trying to entice brands.
Alibaba Chairman Jack Ma's plan to bring 1 million new jobs to Trump's America fails to consider how much his site hurts U.S. businesses.
Jim Cramer names his top stocks with more than 10 percent to get back to all-time highs.
Yoga and leisure apparel retailer Lululemon Athletica said on Monday it had narrowed its profit and revenue forecasts for the fourth quarter of 2016.
The average 2017 gain of the 5 worst performers of 2016 is triple the increase in the S&P 500 this year.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day, including Nike, Tesla and more.
CNBC contributor Todd Gordon, TradingAnalysis.com, goes to the charts to break down the performance in Nike and Disney. The “Fast Money” traders weigh in.
Stocks rose on Tuesday, the first trading day of 2017, but closed off their session highs as oil prices gave back initial gains.
Sam Stovall, CFRA chief investment strategist, and Kim Forrest, Fort Pitt Capital Group, discuss where they see the market heading in 2017, as well as stock picks.
Investors seeking to outperform the market in 2017 should buy the extremes of a so-called barbell strategy, a new study shows.
Here's what CNBC's Michael Santoli is watching into the closing bell.
The "Fast Money" traders looked at which of the year's worst-performing Dow stocks are poised for success in 2017.
The Dow finished 2016 with double-digit gains, but the S&P 500 finished the year just under 10 percent.
The Fast Money traders discuss the three worst performers in the Dow.
The Fast Money panel play a round of "Would you rather" and analyze which 2016 losers to keep heading into 2017.