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The race for the White House between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is now "too close to call," according to a new Quinnipiac University poll.
Brexit remainers are acting like elitist sore losers. The NeverTrumps who are trying to overturn voters' will are strikingly similar, says Jake Novak.
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The battle between Kansas and Missouri to attract companies highlights the folly of state incentives. It's been an endless, unwinnable war.
Any Brexit impact on airlines is small and is already priced in, analyst Jim Corridore says. Here are the names he thinks are a strong buy.
The market's attention will soon pivot to earnings and that could be good news, Morgan Stanley's Dan Skelly says.
CNBC's John Harwood looks at Trump's strategy in rust belt states, which seems to be tacking to the left.
Presumptive Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump is in Pennsylvania speaking about trade.
After falling last month, consumer confidence is up this month. Will the Brexit put a damper on it? With Conor Flynn, KIMCO Realty, and Len Schlesinger, Former COO of L Brands.
A large gathering at Trafalgar Square as British citizens protest the results of last week's vote to leave the European Union.
Brexit has wreaked havoc on the market. Could tech be the next sector to take a hit? With Scott Kessler, S&P Global.
Fred Kempe, The Atlantic Council, and CNBC's Larry Kudlow discuss whether a Brexit is really a sure thing.
Conrad Saldanha, Neuberger Berman emerging markets manager, discusses the Brexit impact on China.
What impact will Brexit have on the travel business, and which airline stocks are a buy, with Jim Corridore, S&P Global Market Intelligence airline analyst.
A handful of hedge funds were big winners following the Brexit decision. Paul Graham, Henderson Global Investors, discusses.
Where will investors focus once the Brexit shock really calms down, with Daniel Skelly, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management executive director & head of equity model portfolio solutions, and Michael Cuggino, Permanent Portfolio Funds president & portfolio manager.