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George Soros has softened his tone on the Brexit fallout.
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U.S. Treasury yields spiked Friday after the June jobs report easily beat expectations.
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After two years of disappointing economic surprises, there are signs of a turnaround ahead, Wells Capital Management's Jim Paulsen said.
Investors are still jittery about Chipotle, Wedbush Securities' Nick Setyan said Thursday.
A party at a rented mansion in the Hamptons left a mansion in shambles. CNBC's Robert Frank reports.
Earnings season is right around the corner. Lawrence Golub, Golub Capital, says his company's Altman Index has shown a high correlation with the S&P and GDP. What's the index predicting for this earnings season?
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on Sir Kensington, a startup that's hoping to give ketchup a makeover.