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CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the big donors for 2016 presidential candidates; and CNBC's senior contributor Larry Kudlow, weighs in on which person is better for Wall Street and economic growth.
Discussing the rebound in oil, and the impact on the market, with David Castillo, Odeon Capital Group, and David Katz, Matrix Asset Advisors CIO.
Cuba is preparing for the March 25th Rolling Stones concert, expected to seat around 15,000 people.
The market psychology has changed, and the discussion over the OPEC freeze got the price of oil moving higher, explains Helima Croft, RBC Capital Markets, in discussing the move higher in the price of oil.
As recession fears slowly move off the table, Krishna Memani, Oppenheimer Funds CIO, and Bernie Williams, USAA Investment Solutions CIO, discuss standout sectors in the market rally.
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning delivered an emotional speech as he retired from the NFL; jurors are now deliberating over Erin Andrews $75 million lawsuit against the stalker who secretly recorded her in her hotel room; and the flag at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum was lowered in honor of former First Lady Nancy Reagan who died on Sunday, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
Two financial giants are betting on women with a new ETF, with Kristi Mitchem, State Street Global, and Christopher Ailman, CalSTRS CIO.
Discussing his favorite picks in what he calls three areas of the markets, including defensive, growth and the unknowns, is Adam Parker, Morgan Stanley U.S. Chief Equity Strategist.
Traders seem to be pinning expectations for oil prices to one specific number now that crude has staged an impressive comeback this year.
Insight to the market's rebound from a correction, and the view on the fixed income market, with Brian Belski, BMO Capital Markets, and Richard Clarida, PIMCO.
Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer and Fed Governor Lael Brainard are speaking Monday on inflation and the path for rates.
Hillary Clinton sits down with CNBC's John Harwood and makes her case for why she will be good for business and the economy.
Midstream MLPs poised to move higher long-term.
Nobody knows what Donald Trump stands for, says Tony Fratto, Bush 43 deputy press secretary. Republican Kay Bailey Hutchison also raises red flags.
The strongest growth has been at the very top of the wealth ladder, according to a new report.
Shervin Pishevar, co-founder and chairman of Hyperloop, says the technology is ready.
For the first time, a law school will stand trial on charges that it inflated the employment data for its graduates to lure prospective students.
Kids are getting more financial literacy in schools, but the best money lessons start at home. How to prepare a money-smart child.
U.S. crude gained over 5 percent as oil buying was encouraged by talk that OPEC producers want a higher anchor price.
The billion-dollar company talks M&M's flavors and its unusual tactics to woo millennials.