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The U.S. is taking the first steps to ease its embargo against Cuba. CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports $100 of Cuban cigars are now permitted directly from Cuba, among other rules on travel.
Insight to the currency move by the Swiss National Bank, and the best places to put your money globally, with Scott Colyer, Advisors Asset Management, and Tom Sudyka, LK Balanced Fund.
Discussing the potential impact of the Swiss franc announcement on the Federal Reserve and the ECB, with CNBC's Sara Eisen, Michelle Caruso-Cabrera and Steve Liesman.
Dow Jones is reporting Google will stop selling the first version of its Glass device, and instead release a new version in 2015, with CNBC's Josh Lipton.
CNBC's Steve Liesman shares highlights of his interview with IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde on the Swiss announcement saying it would remove a 3-year-old cap of 1.20 francs per euro, and the impact of low oil prices.
CNBC's Sara Eisen explains the move by the Swiss National Bank that shocked the market.
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The reason for the Swiss decision: It was getting very expensive for the Swiss National Bank to defend that 1.20 level.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde says she was surprised by the Swiss central bank's move to unlink the franc from the euro.
Dennis Gartman says the Swiss decision to abandon a key part of its monetary policy is the worst central bank move he's ever seen.
Gold prices jumped more than 2 percent after earlier hitting a 4-month high on Thursday as European shares and the dollar turned lower.
Voices from two of Switzerland's most famous industries have expressed their dismay at the SNB's shock decision to scrap its peg to the euro.
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An increasing number of people said they failed to get health insurance last year because they didn't know how to apply.
The US economy may be chugging along but pay attention to these red flags for global growth, says Ron Insana.
Discussing today's volatile trading session and how long it will continue, with Peter Costa, Empire Executions, and Ben Willis, Princeton Securities Group.
Marc Lautenbach, Pitney Bowes CEO, discusses the company's diverse growth platforms and global business strategy.
Discussing the markets ability to price risk based assets, and where he sees opportunity in fixed income, with Tad Rivelle, TCW CIO of fixed income.
a volatile market has going down, up, down again ... and may be sideways for a little while. What should investors do?
CNBC's Dominic Chu provides the best safe haven plays for equities.