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  • Researchers in the U.K. have made a "breakthrough reclassification" of pancreatic cancer.

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

    "The chickens are coming home to roost" for stocks, Boris Schlossberg warns.

  • Charif Souki, Cheniere Energy

    The occasion was an important one for Cheniere, whose stock shed nearly half its value in 2015 amid tumbling natural gas prices.

  • U.S. Secretary of Energy, Ernest Moniz

    The U.S. is in a "real" natural gas revolution as coal is struggling, according to U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz.

  • NYSE Traders on the floor.

    The disconnect between the Fed and markets is promoting volatility, said Burt White, LPL Financial's chief investment officer.

  • Empty pension pot on wooden background

    City of Brotherly Love is in a world of pain

  • Analyst: Off-price retail space is vibrant

    Discussing the retail sector and earnings reports from big names in the sector with Oliver Chen, senior retail analyst at Cowen.

  • A file photo of a man walking through a terminal at the Philadelphia International Airport.

    Rob Dubow, Director of Finance for the City of Philadelphia, discusses the state of his city's pension fund and how it might be saved.

  • CNBC update: Sepp Blatter ban reduced

    Reports say Nevada governor, Brian Sandoval, is being vetted for a possible Supreme Court nomination; Pennsylvania governor Tom Wolf announces he has cancer; FIFA's Blatter and Platini get reductions on their bans from soccer; and two South Carolina teenagers have been charged with animal cruelty, reports CNCB's Sue Herera.

  • Pioneer CEO: $50-$60 oil needed for companies to survive

    Discussing the impact of low oil prices on independent energy companies, and whether OPEC could cut production at a certain point, with Scott Sheffield, Pioneer Natural Resources CEO.

  • Puerto Rico's growth problem

    Ken Buckfire, Miller Buckfire President and managing director, weighs in on Puerto Rico's debt.

  • European banks' 'evolving crisis'

    How worried should investors be about the banking sector, with Ken Buckfire, Miller Buckfire President and managing director.

  • What can drive markets higher?

    This is generally a lackluster day in the markets, explains David Seaburg, Cowen & Company managing director.

  • Real nat gas revolution: Dr. Moniz

    U.S. Secretary of Energy Dr. Ernest Moniz speaks on America's energy infrastructure, and natural gas overtaking coal and getting into the export market.

  • Cheniere's nat gas bet

    Discussing future demand of liquefied natural gas, and the company's first commercial export from the lower 48 U.S. states, with Neal Shear, interim President and CEO of Cheniere Energy.

  • Valeant to double: Pro

    Is there buying opportunity amid market volatility right now? Patrick Kaser, Brandywine Global, stress tested Valeant's business, making the case for buying the stock; and Burt White, LPL Financial, provides perspective on value in the market.

  • CNBC update: Phil Knight's $400M donation

    President Obama is meeting with Jordan's King Abdullah II; anti-hedge fund protesters are calling for higher taxes on the wealthy; and Nike co-founder Phil Knight is donating $400 million to Stanford University to help create the largest fully endowed scholarship in the world, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.

  • Cons of negative interest rates

    Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanley Fischer says the Fed is still looking at negative rates. BlackRock's Rick Rieder explains the problems with negative rates.

  • Spectra CEO: We are in cities with strong prices

    Spectra Energy President and CEO Greg Ebel discusses the bullish case for pipeline operators, and the level of exposure to low oil prices.

  • Market range bound, so buy dips: Pro

    After losses in the European markets, the price of oil bounced. Jeffrey Grossman, BRG Brokerage President, provides perspective on energy inventory levels.

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