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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.

Cramer eyes cord-cutters and cable

CNBC's Jim Cramer shares his outlook on traditional media stocks.

What I learned as Facebook's first intern

Darian Shirazi, Radius founder & CEO, talks about the skills he got from working at Facebook to launch his own company.

June personal income up 0.4%, spending up 0.2%

CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the latest data on income and spending. And CNBC's Steve Liesman provides perspective.

Fiat Chrysler auto sales up 6.2% in July

CNBC's Phil LeBeau has the latest numbers on July auto sales for Fiat Chrysler and Nissan.

Puerto Rico: Which creditors can pay?

The market is left to guess because we are not given a clear plan, says Hector Negroni, Fundamental Credit Opportunities, providing perspective on Puerto Rico's debt crisis.

Puerto Rico's way forward

CNBC's Kate Kelly reports on the long road ahead for Puerto Rico as it begins the difficult process of restructuring its debt pile.

Value improves for second half of year: Russ Koesterich

Russ Koesterich, BlackRock, weighs in on momentum and value in the markets. Also Koesterich explains why he sees a better opportunity to buy in this market in the coming months.

'Mission Impossible' tops the box office

Paramount has another "Mission Impossible" success; Warner Bros.' "Vacation" gets off to a bumpy start.

Athens Stock Exchange reopens after 5 week hiatus

The Athens stock market reopens for the first time in five weeks.

Verizon workers stay on the job despite contract expiration

The two sides talked for six weeks with no deal, but are willing to head back to the table to keep working at it.

Obama proposes to cut greenhouse emissions

President Obama to order steeper cuts in greenhouse gas emissions for power plants.

Kraft recalls their sliced cheese

Kraft recalls 36-thousand cases of single-sliced cheese.

Right now bonds and growth 'pointing the wrong way': Koesterich

Russ Koesterich, BlackRock, shares his outlook on the markets as volatility returns to the market.

Tracking August's wild market moves

CNBC's Dominic Chu takes a look at what to expect in the volatile month of August and where there may be some opportunities.

Hunter Mahan: Golf is in a great, young place

Hunter Mahan, PGA Tour pro golfer discusses the growing list of golfers vying for the top spot. Also Mahan weighs in on the business of golf and the rise of the Under Armour brand.

Back-to-school blues for retailers?

Jan Kniffen, J. Rogers Kniffen CEO, provides his outlook on back-to-school sales and weighs in on the state of the U.S. consumer.

Why this analyst is 'negative' traditional media stocks

Television advertising - its life blood - is struggling, says Rich Greenfield, BTIG media & tech analyst, providing his outlook on the media sector as the group prepares to unleash a slew of earnings this week.

Is US economy strong enough for rate hike? Yes: Economist

Bruce Kasman, JPMorgan chief economist, weighs in on the likelihood of a rate hike in September and what the 10-year Treasury is signaling about rates.

Old Greek drachma banknotes are arranged for a photograph in Athens, Greece.

CNBC's Phil Han reports on the Athens stock exchange re-opening after being shut for five weeks.

What will it take for Fed to hike rates?

CNBC's Steve Liesman provides a preview of this week's all-important employment data and its likely impact on pushing interest rates higher.

Commodities signaling big slowdown ahead for China

Jing Ulrich, JPMorgan Chase, discusses China's turbulent summer as the central government tries to stabilize the market amid weak economic data.

Chris Christie on 2016 race

In a wide-ranging interview, CNBC's John Harwood sits down with GOP presidential candidate Gov. Chris Christie, (R-N.J.), to discuss his run for the White House.

China freezes a Citadel account amid probe

CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports China's market regulator has suspended trading of a Citadel brokerage account while investigating suspected trading irregularities.

If you wait for the Fed, you could lose: Pro

Simeon Hyman, ProShares Advisors, and Kevin Cummins, UBS U.S. economist, provide their outlook on the markets and economy.

Delivering Alpha unfiltered: The Alpha Debate: Activism

Complete video of Scott Wapner's conversation with Carl Icahn and Larry Fink at Delivering Alpha. Two of the biggest names in finance debate the merits of activism, ETFs and more in this wide-ranging panel.

US markets closely watching Greece

Ben Lichtenstein, president at TradersAudio.com, gives the rundown ahead of the U.S. open on August 3rd 2015.

Wall Street may face pressure to start week

U.S. stock index futures are pointing to a modestly lower opening on a day marked by the turn of the calendar page, and the resumption of trading in the Greek stock market after a more than month-long absence.

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  • Old Greek drachma banknotes are arranged for a photograph in Athens, Greece.

    CNBC's Phil Han reports on the Athens stock exchange re-opening after being shut for five weeks.

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    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie casts himself as the most specific, substantive guy in the 2016 presidential race. The Republican candidate talks strategy over milkshakes with CNBC's John Harwood at a diner in New Hampshire.

  • Wall Street may face pressure to start week

    U.S. stock index futures are pointing to a modestly lower opening on a day marked by the turn of the calendar page, and the resumption of trading in the Greek stock market after a more than month-long absence.