A veteran digital and television journalist, Michelle Fox writes articles for CNBC.com and acts as a liaison between the website and CNBC television shows.
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In the market's mind, the Fed has pushed the balance agenda forward so that it can delay rate increases, Scott Minerd said.
The Federal Reserve is turning to reducing its balance sheet because it wants a positive yield curve, Janus Henderson's Bill Gross told CNBC.
A lot of issues have delayed President Donald Trump's pro-growth agenda and firing Jeff Sessions would just add to that, Jimmy Pethokoukis said.
The Russia probe is a "serious issue," but there may be more worrying matters to focus on, Michael Chertoff said.
Forget swiping a credit card or badge to buy food at work. One U.S. tech firm is offering to install rice-size microchips in its employees' hands.
It's coming down to the wire for the GOP health-care bill, with the latest push almost sounding like a "Hail Mary," Ipsita Smolinski said.
Bringing in someone who is not a "seasoned pro" at White House communications is a "very foolish move at this juncture," GOP strategist Ron Christie said.
The initiative is a collaboration with Merck and Pfizer and was announced at a "Made in America" event with President Donald Trump.
Obamacare won't collapse under its own weight — if it is done in, it will be because of Republicans, Mario Molina said.
Stocks should climb higher despite the lack of progress in Washington, but if momentum changes, equities will struggle, Jim Paulsen said.