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CNBC's Steve Liesman provides insight to the issues with the government's calculations of first quarter GDP data.
Market strategist says financials are well positioned.
Apple and Google are bringing jobs to Denver, and millennials are loving the housing market there, with CNBC's Diana Olick.
Lori Heinel, State Street Global Advisors, is reducing the underweight rating on emerging markets; and Mark Tepper, Strategic Wealth Partners, shares his firm's market focus right now ahead of a rate hike.
CNBC contributor Ron Insana suggests the Dow theory may still be worth watching.
Trade alongside the activists, with CNBC's Dominic Chu.
Hewlett-Packard announced it's selling its majority stake in China-based server and storage company Tsinghua Holdings. Jim Oberweis of Oberweis Funds, discusses whether investors should still invest in U.S. tech firms if they are not being used in China.
China's richest man Li Hejun lost $15 billion in 30 minutes, reports CNBC's Robert Frank.
CNBC's Bob Pisani reports from the NYSE on Thursday's trading action.
McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook held the company's annual shareholder meeting today. CNBC's Kate Rogers is there with the details of the meeting and on the protests outside.
Buying stocks that are the targets of activists like Carl Icahn and Daniel Loeb beats the market, according to a study this week from S&P Capital IQ.
$179 million Picasso buyer still at large
Jane Kennedy's office is full of exotic creatures. As a lead zookeeper at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, she takes care of 359 animals every day.
The government agency charged with calculating the nation's growth rate is acknowledging problems with its numbers and pledging a series of fixes.
Yes transports are lower, diverging from the rising industrials. But it's not because the economy is weak, says Ron Insana.
CNBC Pro used technical and fundamental analysis to find the stocks that are primed to rally the most in the continuation of the bull market.
Cautious case for emerging markets
Jim Cramer’s telling you to be afraid. Be very afraid.
Should you invest in fixed income when corporations are all too eagerly selling new bonds in staggeringly large amounts? Likely not.
Technician Carter Worth explains why the financials could hold the key to the market rally.