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Will trouble in the Chinese stock market translate into more or less cash coming into American neighborhoods?
Glitch or catastrophe? CNBC's Power Lunch panel debate how the NYSE crash is being addressed.
Art Cashin, UBS, joins CNBC's Power Lunch panel to weigh in on trading halting at the NYSE.
Art Cashin of UBS; CNBC's Brian Sullivan; Sue Herera; Kelly Evans; and Melissa Lee discuss the latest breaking news regarding trading being halted at the NYSE.
NYSE President, Thomas Farley, explains trading being halted on the NYSE floor and the latest developments.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports on the June meeting minutes as the Fed makes statements on being worried about Greek troubles spilling over to U.S. markets and foreign growth, specifically China.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest says global markets are interconnected.
The NYSE has suspended trading on all securities. White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest says President Obama has been notified, and there is no indication of malicious actors.
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson is commenting on the trading halt at the NYSE, as well as what happened with United's computer system.
Joseph Grundfest, former SEC Commissioner, provides perspective on the trading halt at the NYSE.
CNBC's Jim Cramer provides perspective on halted trading at the NYSE.
The NFL can protect the Redskins from retailers, but can it beat the White House?
Wednesday's stock market computer shutdown at the New York Stock Exchange was exaggerated in part by a very human problem.
CNBC contributor Ron Insana says glitches are happening unfortunately more frequently.
Pullbacks in Europe are buying opportunities.
United Continental resumed service after grounding its flights worldwide for two hours because of a computer system problem.
Oil prices fell below $57 a barrel on Wednesday as data showed an unexpected build in U.S. crude oil and product stocks.
Microsoft announced plans Wednesday to restructure the company's phone hardware business and to cut up to 7,800 positions.
Piper Jaffray technical analyst Craig Johnson is very encouraged by the market's recent rebound.
Chinese authorities are handling their market's spectacular rise and fall all wrong—and that should worry investors, say these NYU Stern professors.