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Europe ends higher, Greek stocks sink over 16 percent

European equities closed higher on Monday, despite the Greek stock exchange finishing its first day back over 16 percent lower, after a five-week absence.

Apple dips lower 42 Mins Ago
Apple dips lower

Walter Piecyk, BTIG, weighs in on a stalled Apple stock, and what product can really help the company take off. He says the U.S. remains a driving force of Apple's earnings.

AT&T bundles TV, wireless

AT&T is rolling out a new all-in-one TV and wireless phone bundle. CNBC's Jon Fortt, and Jon Steinberg, Daily Mail North America, provide perspective.

'West Texas Investors Club' at the NYSE

Wayne Gilliam and Mike McConaughey, "West Texas Investors Club," shares a sneak peak of CNBC's new original primetime series.

Heineken gets boost from emerging markets

Heineken profits soar 88%, lifted by strong sales in emerging markets.

Santelli Exchange: Worried about soft GDP?

CNBC's Rick Santelli speaks to Richard Farr, Merion Capital Group, about economic growth.

Jessica Alba gets burned over sunscreen

Jessica Alba's "Honest Company" sunscreen under fire.

AT&T brings DirecTV home in bundle pkg

AT&T brings DirecTV home in bundle pkg

Toyota auto sales up 0.6% in July

CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on Toyota's better-than-expected sales number for July.

CNBC update: 400 lb grouper

New York Attorney General Schneiderman announced retailers Wal-Mart, Sears and Amazon have agreed to keep realistic toy guns off their shelves, and a fisherman hooked a 7-foot, 412 pound grouper, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.

DC's fight against climate change

President Obama is unveiling the first-ever limits on power plant carbon emissions today. Brian Deese, White House senior advisor, discusses emission targets, and investments in cleaner sources of energy to fight climate change.

Barnes & Noble spins off college bookstore

Barnes & Noble is spinning off its college bookstore. Executive chairman Michael Huseby, says the company is aiming to stay relevant in the digital world.

Puerto Rico misses $58 million debt payment

CNBC's Kate Kelly looks at whether Puerto Rico's missed payment on its debt was strategic.

Consumers in better shape: Tom Lee

Discussing economic growth this summer, with Diane Swonk, Mesirow Financial chief economist, and Thomas Lee, Fundstrat Global Advisors founder.

June construction spending up 0.1%

CNBC's Rick Santelli reports on June's construction spending data.

Cramer on why Ford's stock doesn't move

CNBC's Jim Cramer discusses Ford's July auto sales and why the stock has been stuck despite positive news.

Loads of millionaires choose to pack and leave their home countries. CNBC recaps which countries are the biggest losers and which are the biggest winners.

Cramer's Stop Trading: MNST

CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he likes the call to buy Monster Beverage on any weakness.

Cramer's rant heard round the world

Eight years ago, CNBC's Jim Cramer warned the Federal Reserve to act more aggressively ahead of what eventually became a financial crisis.

Developers to get Microsoft HoloLens within a year

Fantasy or Reality? Microsoft plans to mix the two with HoloLens. Developers to have the glasses within one year.

GM auto sales up 6.4% in July vs. 2.9% est

CNBC's Phil LeBeau breaks down the automaker's better-than-expected numbers last month.

Pisani's market opens August mixed

CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at what's moving in early morning trading as oil hits a four and a half month low, and Asian stocks fall on weak China data.

ISM Index 52.7 (July) vs. 53.5 (June)

CNBC's Rick Santelli takes a look at the latest data on manufacturing and its impact on the 10-year Note.

Opening Bell, August 3, 2015

Michael Huseby, Barnes & Noble Education executive chairman, and Max Roberts, Barnes & Noble Education CEO at the NYSE, and Mark Murray, Arbutus Biopharma president & CEO at the Nasdaq, ring today's opening bell.

Cramer's Mad Dash: Sears & Clorox

Jim Cramer explains why it is difficult to place a value of shares of Sears, and observes people who sell Clorox wind up regretting it.

Puerto Rico's 'moral obligation' to pay debt: Pedro Pierluis

Pedro Pierluisi, Puerto Rico resident commissioner, discusses the fallout from not paying its debt obligation, with CNBC's Kate Kelly.

Who REALLY spends money on mobile games?

iPhone or Android phone users? Young or old? Eric Chemi breaks down the numbers on who's buying mobile games on this week's CNBC's Big Crunch.

Ford auto sales up 4.9% in July

CNBC's Phil LeBeau breaks down the automaker's better-than-expected sales numbers last month.

Today's Bell Ringer, August 3, 2015

Today's bell ringers are Michael Huseby, Barnes & Noble Education executive chairman,and Max Roberts, Barnes & Noble Education CEO at the NYSE.

Million dollar mansion slowdown

CNBC's Robert Frank reports mansion prices are looking stagnant.

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