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Paul Christopher, Wells Fargo, and Burns McKinney, NFJ Investment Group, discuss what consumers should do with their money as stocks are nearing all-time highs and give their picks.
CNBC's Scott Wapner reports that Paul Singer's Elliott Management has taken a large stake in PulteGroup.
Michael Happe, Winnebago President & CEO, talks about the rebound in the recreational vehicle industry and the economic impact of RVs.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on warnings about cybersecurity from a council of banking regulators and the FBI to financial institutions in the wake of the Bank of Bangladesh hack.
David Dunlap, Superior Energy CEO, discusses his oil price outlook and the state of the energy business.
Jan Kniffen, J. Rogers Kniffen Worldwide Enterprises CEO, and Liz Dunn, Talmage Advisors Founder & CEO, discuss the troubles surrounding Ralph Lauren and the brand's restructuring plan.
CNBC's Rick Santelli reports on the $24 billion auction of 3-year Treasury notes.
Discussing the current state of the markets as they near all-time highs and how to play them with Jon Najarian, "Halftime Report" trader and Najarian Advisors Co-Founder, and David Seaburg, "Fast Money" trader and Managing Director at Cowen & Company.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports the latest on the hacking of the NFL's Twitter account.
Utilities is one of the most Fed-sensitive sectors. Given the current rate environment, what can we expect from the sector and what are the best bets?
U.S. oil prices rose as expectations of U.S. crude draws underpinned a market already worried about potential supply shortages.
House Speaker Paul Ryan said that Donald Trump's comments are unacceptable and the "textbook definition of a racist comment."
Hillary Clinton has a plan to fix our infrastructure, but is she the best candidate to get this done?
Stocks and bonds are trading neck and neck, but ultimately it's stocks that will soar to new highs, Piper Jaffray's Craig Johnson says.
A daily morning look at the financial stories you need to know to start the day.
As the Chinese economy is in the midst of a transition, so too, is America's luxury real estate market, a top broker told CNBC.
It's not just Chinese buyers that are pouring billions in the U.S. real estate. Chinese companies like Oceanwide are betting big on building in America.
If this apartment sells, it will take the title for the most expensive apartment in the world, with The Real Deal's Hiten Samtani.
According to the New York Post, billionaire hedge fund manager Steve Cohen has torn down his Hamptons mansion, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera
Chinese investors are the biggest foreign buyers of U.S. property, but is that trend slowing? Jacky Teplitzky, Douglas Elliman, argues this isn't the golden age, but the silver one.