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Pot and presidential politics
After Amazon and Alphabet saw massive gains off earnings, some traders say the companies' stocks could soon reach quadruple digits.
The politics behind states rights and marijuana usage with Norton Arbelaez, River Rock Wellness medical marijuana dispensary owner.
Enrollment is fast approaching for 2016 health coverage. CNBC's Dan Mangan reviews the most important information to know.
Scott Clemons, Brown Brothers Harriman, and Steven Wieting, Citi Private Bank, discuss market conditions and the Fed.
Representative John Boehner pushes for a buget deal before he leaves, pediatricians are calling for raising the cigarette age to twenty one, and a crane collapses in Tel Aviv. CNBC's Sue Herera reports.
The Western Union Company, is taking the fight over its money moving empire to social networks as upstart companies look to eat into the company’s core business. Hikmet Ersek, Western Union CEO, discusses.
CNBC contributor Steve Odland, Committee for economic development CEO, joins Power Lunch to discuss issues at Valeant Pharma and what the team at Valeant need to do to reassure investors.
CNBCs’s Morgan Brennan provides the details behind bullish signs for crucial holiday shopping season.
CNBC’s Kate Kelly reports on a big upset in Argentina’s presidential election and how it could have major ramifications for bondholders.
Apple begins shipping its TV as shares of Apple are under pressure this hour. CNBC’s Julia Boorstin provides the latest.
A deadline on the nation’s debt limit is getting closer and news calls for Congress to get a deal done. CNBC’s Eamon Javers reports the latest as the next republican presidential debate
What does government do when it turns out the people don't want its programs?
Michael Pento says he's convinced the Fed's next move will be to take interest rates negative. Here's why.
Gold steadied on Monday, after a three-day losing streak as the dollar's ascent paused and uncertainty persisted over the timing of a rate hike.
Faced with a flood of clients ill-equipped to retire, advisors are becoming more comfortable with recommending reverse mortgages.
Jeff Kilburg, KKM Financial, and Steve Massocca, Wedbush Equity Management, look ahead to what investors can expect from next week's earnings reports.
"Power Lunch" hosts Mandy Drury and Brian Sullivan look at their stocks of the week.
Corinna Freedman, BB&T, explains what happened to Skechers, which reported weaker than expected quarterly sales. Freedman said earlier this week she expected a strong quarter.
John Faucher, Sr. Analyst, U.S. Beverages & Household/Personal care, JP Morgan, discusses Procter & Gamble, which is up 2 percent today after delivering better-than-expected earnings.