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Why is economic forecasting still so bad? Many feel that the tools being used to make the forecasts are simply inadequate.
Donald Trump's comments about NATO highlight why he would be a terrible leader for the US on the world stage, says Erik Brattberg.
Let the free market decide the availability, cost and need for any drug or treatment, says Jake Novak.
Banker bonuses to be locked up, longer, under regulation expected in coming weeks.
The toy industry told Debbie Sterling that GoldieBlox would never fly. Then, she raised $1 million on Kickstarter in just a few months.
Wall Street will have to distribute the cost of negative interest rates to consumers and corporate clients alike.
Here's why Trump and Cruz get it wrong when it comes to the Brussels attacks and terrorism, says Prof. David Cortright.
As the policy debate heats up at the Fed, investors are getting more acclimated to the idea that a rate hike is coming soon.
The dollar index has now risen four days in a row, and commodity stocks are under pressure as certain Fed speakers try to keep rate hikes on the table.
Forget Cuban cigars and rum. Boosting the island's emerging tech sector is the real opportunity for growth, say two Cuba experts.
The GOP convention is likely to be a hot mess. Spivak looks at another disastrous convention and what the GOP can learn from it.
"Unlike an enthusiastic bull or a scary bear, a bunny market hops about a bit but really doesn't go anywhere," Jim Paulsen says.
The terror attack in Brussels highlights the immediate need to rethink airport security, says this former FBI official.
Oil's rally giving boost to stocks.
Here's why security measures in Brussels broke down, explains former FBI advisor David M. Shapiro.
CNBC's Bob Pisani explains how the stock market reacted in the wake of terror attacks.
Attacks on the Brussels airport and metro system undermine recent signs that EU countries are better off together, says Reuters columnist John Foley.
Morgan Stanley wealth advisors were found guilty of several violations by FINRA arbitrators.
Goldman Sachs has a price target of $1,000 on gold. But Michael Pento says that's not happening anytime soon. Here's why.
Shinzo Abe infamously talked of three arrows: fiscal stimulus, structural reforms and monetary easing.
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