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CNBC's Mary Thompson reports on a renewed market rally including an indicator that could signal a strengthening move higher.
CNBC's Rick Santelli tracks the latest moves in the bond market, including a trend lower for high-yield corporate bonds.
CNBC's Diana Olick details the latest housing numbers and the latest trend to capture millennial buyers.
CNBC's Josh Lipton tracks the latest Google product launches, including two new phones now available for pre-orders.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis follows the moves in the oil market as crude bounces back above the $45 range.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs highlights the rebound in biotech after suffering one of the sector's worst day in years.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reports on a fading market rally despite better-than-expected consumer confidence data.
CNBC's Dom Chu reports on the reasons behind Goldman's downgraded outlook for the S&P 500.
More embarrassing news for the VA as a government report shows top officials gamed the system to boost their pay.
Why China is not as bad as you think.
California's drought will not be permanent. But the state needs to be prepared for more frequent dry periods.
Private equity and hedge fund firms are buying home mortgages at a discount from banks. The New York Times reports.
A key indicator is sending a rare and very bearish signal, according to technical analyst Jonathan Krinsky.
The billboard was put up last week and contains silhouettes of people and the words "Tinder, Chlamydia, Grindr, Gonorrhea."
The stock market is down 6 percent in the past two weeks. Here are the stocks that are still on top.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn thinks stocks could go down 'a lot more' as the market comes to grips with bubbles exacerbated by the Fed.
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, who wants to be the next House speaker, tells CNBC he'd listen to every voice.
Biotech stocks have tumbled for seven straight days, and one trader says it could get worse from here.
Glencore's downward spiral was halted Tuesday, as its stocks rebounded by as much as 20 percent after a host of brokers came out in support of the group.
While he's selling it as a boon for the middle class, the biggest gains would likely flow to the wealthy.