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Here are some key points showing how the crisis has accelerated in the last 18 months.
One currency could get hit harder than the Mexican peso if Donald Trump wins, according to one pro currency trader.
CNBC PRO used hedge fund analytics tool Kensho to find which stocks performed the best and worst when crude climbed $10.
Shares of FitBit slide more than 9 percent on Thursday, after Pacific Crest downgraded the wearable fitness device maker to "underweight."
The Chinese Yuan is "quite a way" from becoming a global reserve currency and needs further reform to reach that goal, Jack Lew said on Thursday.
After sliding 26 percent in 2015, Caterpillar has surged 27 percent in 2016 to become the Dow’s top dog.
Deutsche Bank raises its rating on eBay to buy from hold.
Shares of PepsiCo rose nearly 2 percent Thursday, after the beverage maker reported better-than-expected third quarter profits.
U.S. investors say they expect their portfolios to return 8.5 percent annually over the long term, according to a new survey.
Accenture shares jumped Thursday after it reported earnings above estimates, helped by new bookings and expansion in profit margins.
A large part of PepsiCo's earnings growth can be attributed to its unique business model and focus on healthy, nutritious snacks and beverages.
Mohamed El-Erian, Allianz's chief economic advisor, joins CNBC to discuss the economy, Fed policies and what he calls the "politics of anger."
Where have all the rate hikes gone? There are two competing explanations, according to Deutsche Bank's chief international economist.
The "Fast Money" traders looked in the energy sector as oil rallied on the back of a OPEC production limit agreement on Wednesday.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves before the bell.
Jim Cramer points to one reason why Nike slipped up this quarter that no one is talking about.
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