U.S. Business Day Power Lunch



    CNBC's Melissa Lee reports on oil's price action today.

  • Hershey's very quick rejection

    Mondelez offered to buy Hershey for $107/share, and Hershey's board immediately rejected the offer. CNBC's David Faber reports.

  • Hershey rejects Mondelez's offer

    Mondelez has offered to buy Hershey for $107/share, and Hershey's board reportedly rejects the offer.

  • Inside Hershey-Mondelez merger

    Mondelez has offered to buy Hershey for $107/share. A look at the challenges posed by this particular deal, with author Joel Glenn Brenner.

  • House in Japan falls off cliff

    Video of a house falling off a cliff in Japan following a heavy rain that triggered a landslide. Residents were evacuated, so no one was injured.

  • Volkswagen's $15 billion settlement will mostly go to fixing or scrapping cars. There was a far better way to spend the cash, says Ion Yadigaroglu.

  • Pemex CEO: Gov't decided to go with auction

    Mexican oil company Pemex will allow foreign companies to bid on a deep water drilling project in the Gulf of Mexico, with CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, and Jose Antonio Gonzalez Anaya, CEO of Pemex.

  • Loans for rentals

    CNBC's Diana Olick reports on investor home loans with up to $750,000 per property, in which people without jobs can get an investor loan.

  • Trade agreements take a beating

    A look at the trade policies of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, the presumptive nominees for this fall's presidential election, with Gene Barr, Pennsylvania Chamber of Commerce president.

  • Dollar gain may hurt industrials

    Susan Li looks at industrial stocks that suffer whenever the dollar rises.

  • US market expensive: Pro

    Erik Ristuben, Russell Investments Chief Investment Strategist, thinks the market overreacted to the Brexit vote, and is following valuation; and Jim Tierney, AB CIO of U.S. Concentrated Growth, shares his market perspective on U.S. stocks versus overseas.

  • Mondelez to gobble up Hershey?

    Mondelez offered to buy Hershey for $107/share. What that means to each stock, with Michael Lavery, CLSA, and Chad Morganlander, Washington Crossing Advisors.

  • Bull vs. Bear: Gold

    Can gold keep up with stocks, with JJ Kinahan, TD Ameritrade Chief Strategist, and Jim Steel, HSBC Chief Commodities Analyst.

  • Santelli: Market rejiggered, orderly moves

    CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses bond prices and yields around the world.

  • Black Swan's Taleb: Donald Trump 'brilliant salesperson'

    Nassim Taleb, "The Black Swan" and "Antifragile" Author, discusses growing fears of globalization, and Donald Trump's presidential campaign.

  • Black Swan's Taleb: Voters tired of elitism

    Nassim Taleb, "The Black Swan" and "Antifragile" Author, makes the case the European Union is a disaster, and reacts to the Brexit vote.

  • A sweet deal

    CNBC's David Faber reports on months of discussion for Mondelez and Hershey before the offer was announced today.

  • The rally continues: Pisani

    CNBC's Bob Pisani reports on the market's midday action.

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