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  • Small signs of a turnaround in China.

  • A worker at the Lukoil company-owned Imilorskoye oilfield in Kogalym, Russia, January 25, 2016

    Four big world oil producers opened the door to an output freeze, but Oil Price Information Service's Tom Kloza tells CNBC such a deal seems unlikely.

  • Experts say the population of "local" investors is increasing and reflects a wide range of individuals, from entrepreneurs to retirees.

    Only 1% of the $30T Americans invest touch small biz. Yet real prosperity can be found in the many investment options in local communities.

  • A trader on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    CNBC senior markets commentator Michael Santoli explains why the stock market could be due for a bounce.

  • NYSE Trader

    Experts say they may be seeing a bottom, as stocks rallied on Friday following a global sell-off on Thursday.

  • Negative rates not practical for US: King

    With the fundamental economy still strong, negative interest rates aren't in the interest of the economy nor the banking system, says BB&T Chairman and CEO, Kelly King.

  • Our model is very certain: Vogelzang

    Mike Vogelzang of Boston Advisors gives his best bets in a 'bear chaotic regime' in markets.

  • CNBC update: Mass wedding in Manila

    Hundreds of Filipino couples get married at a mass wedding ceremony; Iranian foreign minister Mohammed Javad Zarif comments on Saudi Arabia at the Munich security conference; the U.S. House of Representatives approves a bill to ease FDA labeling requirements; and Pakistan arrests suspected terrorists. CNBC's Sue Herera reports.

  • New capital may be hard for some energy companies: Analyst

    Sri Raman, senior quantitative research analyst at Thomson Reuters, gives his outlook on the probability of defaults from energy names this year.

  • Oil closes up 12%

    CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis looks at oil prices ahead of the long weekend with discussions about OPEC production.

  • Global depression ahead?

    Insight to what's going on in the Baltic Exchange Dry Index, and the state of shipping in the U.S., with Robert Perri, AXIA Capital Markets.

  • San Fran's high-end housing outlook

    San Francisco real estate agents are speaking out on the potential for a cooling in the Bay Area market, reports CNBC's Josh Lipton.

  • Homebuilders set to pop?

    We will see robust demand for housing, and the homebuilders are in a good position, explains Bob Wetenhall, RBC Capital Markets, in discussing low housing supply and low mortgage rates.

  • Low mortgage rates, low supply

    Expectations were mortgage rates would rise through 2016, but the 30-year fixed mortgage is near a record low. CNBC's Diana Olick reports on mortgage rates near lows, as well as low housing supply.

  • Short covering in oil: Kilduff

    Discussing the massive move higher in the price of oil, the potential for production cuts, and what the fall in U.S. oil rigs means, and John Kilduff, Again Capital founding partner

  • Steady in consumer staples

    Nik Modi, RBC Capital Markets, discusses his consumer staples outlook as he sees the low-income consumer having positive tailwinds. He likes Newell Rubbermaid.

  • Street Talk: KR, NFLX, SQ, PANW & INCY

    "Power Lunch" hosts Melissa Lee and Brian Sullivan look at 5 stocks with analyst recommendations, including a cautious report out on Palo Alto Networks.

  • Tiptoeing around a market bottom

    Discussing the current trading environment, with Bill Stone, PNC Asset Management, and Mike Binger, Gradient Investments. Binger talks about his Twitter position.

  • CNBC update: $15 cup of coffee

    San Francisco is a buzz over a cup of Finca Sophia coffee; Bill Cosby's wife must submit to a deposition; and two students were shot and killed Friday morning in Arizona, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.

  • Santelli: Second guessing in regard to central banking

    CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses looks at the moves in yields this week, for insight into whether the selling is ongoing.

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