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  • Workers wash off hoses that are part of the oil rig owned by Liberty Resources, located just outside of Tioga, ND in the Bakken region of US.

    Oil prices pared losses on Thursday, but still posted their first weekly loss in over a month.

  • stock prices and blue chips

    Spring came early to the markets, and if history is any guide, the rally could continue into April. Here's how to trade it.

  • The Apple Pay logo is displayed in a mobile kiosk sponsored by Visa and Wells Fargo to demonstrate the new Apple Pay mobile payment system.

    Apple Pay is finally ready to move beyond apps.

  • An image from the video posted on YouTube, purported to be from Anonymous.

    Activist hacker group Anonymous is calling for people to stand up against discrimination as part of its fight against Islamic State after Brussels.

  • 1145 Sagg Main Street, a Hamptons property listed by Bespoke Real Estate

    In two years, millennial brothers Zachary and Cody Vichinsky have become major players in the Hamptons luxury real estate market.

  • Oil rig owned by Liberty Resources, located just outside of Tioga, ND in the Bakken region of US.

    A daily morning look at the financial stories you need to know to start the day.

  • A container vessel docks at the Tanjong Pagar Terminal in Singapore.

    Layoffs in Singapore have hit their highest levels since the global financial crisis due to sustained low oil prices hits.

  • A Starbucks location at the John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana, California.

    These analyst joined CNBC to discuss the pros and cons of the Starbucks stock.

  • Brussels recovers

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports from Brussels as night falls and crowds gather to recover and remember the victims of Tuesday's attacks.

  • Starbucks bull vs. bear

    Peter Andersen, CIO at Congress Wealth Management, and Will Slabaugh, Restaurant Analyst at Stephens Inc, debate whether investors should buy into Starbucks as the coffee company holds its annual shareholder meeting.

  • Street Talk: ANF, NDAQ, RHT & more

    "Power Lunch" hosts Melissa Lee and Brian Sullivan look at 5 stocks with analyst recommendations, including Jeffries liking Abercrombie & Fitch, and Pacfic Crest staying confident on Red Hat.

  • Valeant a risk for your retirement?

    CNBC's Melissa Lee talks with David Amsellem of Piper Jaffray about the investment risks that Valeant Pharmaceuticals pose to retirement portfolios.

  • Oil prices fall on API data

    CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports the close of oil as prices fall below $40 a barrel.

  • Brussels airport to reopen to private, cargo planes

    CNBC's Sue Herera reports the latest on Tuesday's attacks in Brussels, including the Brussels airport will be open to cargo and private planes, but passenger flights will be suspended until at least Friday.

  • Stepping up against terror

    Democratic New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez talks to CNBC's Tyler Mathisen about the global fight against terror and the challenges facing world powers like Europe and the U.S.

  • Where the Fed stands

    Matt Maley, Managing Director and Equity Strategist at MillerTabak & Co., talks with CNBC's Brian Sullivan and Steve Liesman about the different views among Fed leadership and how the markets have reacted to the dovish sentiment from the recent Fed meeting.

  • Mini revolt inside the Fed

    CNBC's Steve Liesman talks to Brian Sullivan about the various policy positions of leadership within the Federal Reserve system.

  • Europe too weak on terror?

    Kroll Chairman Daniel Karson discusses the state of intelligence and possible solutions useful in the fight against terror worldwide.

  • Turkish Pres.: We caught suicide bomber in June

    CNBC's Sue Herera reports the latest on Tuesday's attacks in Brussels, including Turkey's president saying the country had caught one of the suicide bombers back in June before deporting him.

  • Nike bull vs. bear

    Sam Poser, Senior Research Analyst at Sterne Agee, and Susan Anderson, Retail Analyst an Vice President at FBR Capital Markets, debate whether or not to buy into Nike after shares in the company fell after reporting weak sales.

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