Earnings expectations for Facebook and a pop for Apple after its earnings announcement, with CNBC's Dom Chu.
A economy needs positive interest rates in order to function normally, Janus Capital's Bill Gross says.
Victor Anthony, Axiom Capital, and Ali Mogharabi, Morningstar, look ahead to Facebook's earnings announcement this afternoon.
The FTC has approved Teva's acquisition of an Allergan unit. And drug developer Kadmon sinks on its first day as a publicly-traded company. And a breakthrough in ALS research? CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports.
Sen. Christopher Coons (D-Delaware) responds to Donald Trump's challenge to Russian hackers to dredge up Hillary Clinton's emails.
Milo Yiannopoulos, Breitbart News, discusses his ban from Twitter and his coverage of the Bernie supporters at the DNC in Philadelphia.
Bill Gross, Janus Capital Group, discusses the Fed decision to hold rates where they are.
CNBC's Bob Pisani reports on the market reaction to the Fed decision.
CNBC's Rick Santelli reports on the bond market reaction to the Fed decision.
Bob Doll, Nuveen Asset Management; David Kelly, JP Morgan Funds; Anika Khan, Wells Fargo; and Danielle DiMartino Booth, former Dallas Fed Advisor, discuss the Fed decision to hold on rates. With CNBC's Steve Liesman.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports the Fed has decided to keep rates the same for now.
Braxton Carter, T-Mobile CFO, discusses the company's earnings beat and guidance. Shares are up 17 percent year-to-date.
Diana Olick looks at pending home sales numbers, which missed expectations in June.
Diane Swonk, DS Economics, discusses whether there's a consumer slowdown that could actually impact earnings.
Brian Fallon, Clinton Press Secretary, comments on Trump encouraging foreign espionage, and discusses his opposition to Trump.
Scott Minerd, Guggenheim Partners LLC global CIO, discusses his thoughts on the Fed interest-rate decision and its potential outcomes.
A former FBI agent says the movement to ban employers from asking job applicants about their conviction histories puts everyone at risk.
Oil futures settled down 2.3 percent on Wednesday after the U.S. government reported a surprise build in weekly crude inventories.