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Colin Clarke, Rand Corp. terrorism analyst, discusses the EgyptAir 804 disappearance.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports from Charles de Gaulle airport where EgyptAir 804 departed about the flight's disappearance.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the latest details from U.S. intelligence on the EgyptAir 804 crash.
David Lipschitz, CLSA Senior Analyst, discusses CLSA initiating calls on rail stocks.
New York is charging former Dean Foods chairman Thomas Davis and pro gambler and investor William "Billy" Walters in regard to an insider trading scheme, and golfer Phil Mickelson was not charged, but was named in a civil suit. Seth Waxman, Dickinson Wright SEC enforcement, and John Coffee, Columbia University Law School, provide perspective.
A JPMorgan strategist says that a Fed rate hike is good for the economy in the long run.
On the sidelines of the ICI Conference, CNBC's Tyler Mathisen speaks with Andrea Lisher, JPMorgan Asset Management Head of U.S. Funds, and Lisa Jones, Pioneer Investment Management President & CEO, about new trends investing.
NBC's Kelly Cobiella reports the latest details on the EgyptAir crash including imagery suggesting there was an explosion.
CNBC Senior Contributor Larry Kudlow weighs in on whether the Federal Reserve should hike rates in June.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses bond prices and yields.
Discussing U.S. economic growth, and why the Federal Reserve needs to get out of the way, with Steven Ricchiuto, Mizuho Securities.
NBC News Investigations reporting sources in U.S. intelligences are saying that imagery from the area where EgyptAir 804 disappeared stongly indicates there was an explosion.
EgyptAir says the wreckage of the missing aircraft has been found near a Greek island, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera. Former NTSB Chair Deborah Hersman, discusses the search and recovery process.
The bond markets are pricing in a June rate hike. Here's why the Fed should not pull the trigger, says Ron Insana.
CNBC's Carl Quintanilla reports the SEC has named Phil Mickelson as a so-called "relief defendant" in a civil lawsuit against Former Dean Foods Chairman Thomas Davis and gambler William "Billy" Walters.
With auto sales cruising at a near record pace, the amount of money borrowed by car, truck and SUV buyers topped $1 trillion for the first time ever.
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Couples can maximize Social Security benefits by filing a "restricted application," adding thousands of dollars in retirement income.
Several analysts weigh in on big name retail earnings reports, like Target on Wednesday, and their implications on the industry's future.
The Federal Reserve has perpetuated fear on Wall Street, and once it raises rates it will boost the economy and stocks, Jim Paulsen says.