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CNBC's Scott Cohn reports on the student vote in Ohio and what it means for this election.
Millionaires are better off than they were four years ago, or at least, there are more of them, reports CNBC's Robert Frank.
Discussing what the election outcome means for gold, interest rates and currencies, with Jose Wynne, Barclays.
The federal government may not have a bridge to sell you, but it does have an ammunition plant, an access road, and a handful of lighthouses. They’re all part of the government’s ongoing effort to unload unused and unwanted federal real estate to save money on maintenance—and bring in some bucks from the real estate market.
Oil rallies along with equities as markets await election results, with CNBC's Sharon Epperson.
No matter who wins tonight, they are facing a huge fiscal cliff, with Jerry Seib, The Wall Street Journal, and Scott Hodge, Tax Foundation.
Investors are buying government bonds, and James Camp, Eagle Asset Management, discusses whether these trades are short-term or here to stay.
The markets are in selloff mode after the elections. How to invest, with Jim Paulsen, Wells Capital; Dan Greenhaus, BTIG; and Keith McCullough, Hedgeye Risk Management.
Meteorologist Todd Gross says the major issue with the nor'easter headed for the Northeast is that there are still leaves on the trees, which will cause limbs to come down.
Financial stocks are getting slammed, and now Wall Street is going to have to deal with the tough Elizabeth Warren in the Senate. Jim Paulsen, Wells Capital and Matt McCormack, Bahl & Gaynor, discuss whether investors are overreacting.
StubHub PR rep Vanessa Barbieri says the most expensive ticket sold so far on StubHub for tonight's game is for seats right behind home plate in the Dugout Club.
President Obama's second-term win has lifted hospital stocks today in a massive selloff. Sheryl Skolnick, CRT Capital Group managing director, offers strategies for playing the health care sector.
Discussing whether the S&P 500 could reach 1,500 by year-end, with Randy Frederick, Charles Schwab director of derivatives and trading.
Today's drop in oil and gas prices is slamming oil and coal stocks after President Obama's win. Raymond James Energy analyst Pavel Molchanov, offers insight on how to trade energy now.
Apple's steady slide since its all-time highs on September 21 has now hit bear market territory. Discussing the trade in tech stocks after President Obama won a second term, with Robert Cihra, Evercore Partners and Brian Marshall, ISI Group.
Who knew you needed flood insurance in Bergen County, NJ - located on a 100 year flood plain - to get a mortgage? Andrea Mantia, a producer on CNBC's Street Signs, knows it now all too well.
Discussing whether you should get out of your stock positions, with Craig Hodges, Co-Portfolio Manager, The Hodges Fund & Hodges Small Cap Fund, and Peter Tuz, Chase Investment Counsel.
Realtors just reported that the median home price in the U.S. just rose 7.6 percent in Q3 from a year ago, with CNBC's Diana Olick.
I opened up a big can of debate Monday, when I repeated some chatter around that consumer spending might be juiced by all those folks not paying their mortgages. They have a little extra cash, so they're spending it at the mall.
I'm gonna avoid all the cliches about JPM being the Super Bowl of investment conferences or the grandaddy of them all. As of earlier this week, JPM says 6,500 people are expected to attend (down slightly from last year,) more than 330 public and private companies are presenting and more than 7,500 so-called one-on-one meetings between analysts/investors and execs have been scheduled. Plus, a whole bunch of other meetings take place on the down low all over the city.