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CNBC's Jim Cramer discusses investors' rush to safety in a volatile market
Kenny Polcari of O'Neil Securities explains the market selloff and why he likes industrial stocks.
Marc Morial, former mayor of New Orleans and President & CEO of National Urban League, along with Joe Watkins, Former George H.W. Bush White House Aide and Republican Strategist, discuss the presidential candidates and their stances on economic issues.
Six family members murdered in Chicago, Canada lifts some sanctions against Iran, most expensive Super Bowl ticket is now $23,400. CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports.
Richard Sherman of the Seattle Seahawks offers some positivity during Super Bowl week in a depressing market environment.
The Rapidan Group Founder and President Bob McNally discusses an oil tax vs. a gasoline tax and what they could be used for.
RBC Capital Markets BioTech Analyst Michael Yee and CastleArk Management President & CIO Jerry Castellini discuss the bull and bear cases for biotech stocks.
UBS cuts its price target for Tesla shares by $30 on concerns that deliveries could be at the lower end of guidance.
WSI Sports CEO Joel Wiens and Zeel Founder & CEO Samer Hamadeh discuss the on-demand, sharing economy and how it's changing the overall economy.
President Obama says low unemployment has translated into bigger paychecks, 13 million people sign up for Obamacare, 8-year-old attempts armed robbery in Florida grocery store.
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CNBC's Jane Wells quizzes NFL stars on business news and football fans on football.
In a volatile market, Wells Fargo equity strategist Gina Martin Adams says tech is where to invest, and Eric Schoenstein, Jensen co-portfolio manager, says companies with strong fundamentals deliver growth without so much volatility.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses bond prices, yields and what's driving currency moves.
CNBC contributor Jared Bernstein says that even if oil were taxed $10 per barrel, consumers may not feel pain at the pump.
President Obama proposes a $10-per-barrel tax on oil phased in over five years. CNBC's Eamon Javers explains.
Hourly wages rise and consumer confidence holds up despite recent market woes. CNBC's Steve Liesman explains.
Even as big tech stocks are falling, Monness, Crespi, Hardt & Co Equity Analyst James Cakmak says Facebook and Google's growth still looks good.
Big tech is dragging the NASDAQ down; retail and credit card companies raise concerns about consumer spending. CNBC's Kate Rogers and Bob Pisani explain.
U.S. oil is down more than 8 percent on the week after two straight weeks of gains.