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  • Stressed couple reviewing documents

    Blackstone's president and a New School economist say it's time to take this looming retirement crisis seriously.

  • Gold processing plant at the Olimpiada gold operation, owned by Polyus Gold International company, Russia.

    Where’s gold going next? Oppenheimer technical analyst Ari Wald suggests taking a hint from market history.

  • Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

    As polls open, the political elite in Tokyo is slowly confronting the idea of Donald Trump as US president, reports the Financial Times.

  • Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Energy stocks have boomed in the last month, but according to one trader, the move has become a bit long in the tooth.

  • The Bank of Japan (BOJ) headquarters stands in this aerial photograph taken in Tokyo, Japan.

    Japan's central bank kept its powder dry at its March policy review on Tuesday, with economists now only expecting further stimulus in July.

  • Tony Abbatine in the yard of Mid-Orange Correctional Facility in Warwick, New York.

    Entrepreneur Tony Abbatine has a knack for reinventing his career and unusual properties. His latest venture: A prison turned sports facility.

  • A jogger runs past the United States Capitol building at sunrise in Washington, D.C.

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

  • A Chinese security guard walks past the front desk at a branch of Anbang Insurance in Shanghai last December.

    Anbang Insurance Group is leading a consortium behind a $13.2 billion bid for Starwood Hotels — the latest foray into U.S. hospitality.

  • A trader on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Three analysts say gold, oil and the stock market are still in for more volatility.

  • LA water shaming

    LA Times reporter Matt Stevens is covering the California drought, and shares which celebrities are using more water than supposed to.

  • GS buys Honest Dollar

    William Hurley, Honest Dollar CEO, talks about how his company helps small businesses manage retirement savings plans for employees, after being bought by Goldman Sachs.

  • Positive study for marijuana-based drug to treat seizures

    GW Pharmaceuticals CEO Justin Gover, discusses the potential for Epidiolex for the treatment of Dravet syndrome.

  • Police: McClendon was not wearing seat belt

    Bill Citty, Oklahoma City police chief, gives an update on the investigation into the death of former Chesapeake CEO Aubrey McClendon on March 2, 2016.

  • CNBC update: Rare Roman coin

    Triple A says national gas prices are on the rise, and a hiker in Israel made an ancient discovery, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.

  • Romney introduces Kasich

    Mitt Romney is speaking on Republican presidential candidate John Kasich in North Canton, Ohio.

  • Street Talk: CRUS, TSLA, CMA & NX

    "Power Lunch" hosts Melissa Lee and Brian Sullivan look at 5 stocks with analyst recommendations, including Needham starting Cirrus Logic coverage with a buy rating, and Goldman Sachs upgrading Chemours Company.

  • Tracking Chinese buyers in US

    Discussing the Starwood offer from China's Anbang, and what China's buying in the U.S. signals to investors, with Spencer Levy, CBRE head of research.

  • Time to buy refiners

    The oil and gas refining sector is down 20 percent this year. CNBC's Morgan Brennan takes a look.

  • Startups help millennials invest

    Jessica Rabe, ConvergEx Group research associate, provides insight to why 80 million millennials in the U.S. do not own stocks, and how Wall Street can make it easier for millennials to get invested.

  • Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Volatility is not going away because of oil, China and the elections.

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