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  • Two separate attacks in Brussels: Spiegel

    Peter Spiegel, FT Brussels Bureau Chief, reports on two explosions at the Brussels airport, and a third explosion on a metro station near the European Union headquarters. Spiegel discusses the likelihood of a Brexit.

  • CNBC’s Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports from Havana, Cuba, awaiting comment from President Obama on the Brussels attacks.

  • Discussing the Brussels explosions at the airport, and the potential impact to moving goods across Europe, with Joe Quinlan, Bank of America Global Wealth and Investment Management unit, and Michael Tyler, Eastern Bank Wealth Management chief investment officer.

  • MSNBC military analyst Colonel Jack Jacobs provides insight to news explosive material was found inside a Belgium “wagon,” which he says means a rail car, in discussing the Brussels explosions.

  • Brussels finds explosive material inside wagon at metro: Politico

    Politico reporter Tara Palmeri reports from the Brussels airport after two explosions were reported there. A third explosions was reported at a metro station near the European Union headquarter, and there is no doubt it was a terror attack. An official told Palmeri that 80 people were wounded, and there were 30 causalities.

  • This Day in History, (DATE HERE)

    On this day in history, the first patent for a laser was issued in 1960 and Intel produced the Pentium processor in 1993.

  • Travel, leisure, insurance down after attacks

    CNBC’s Steve Sedgwick reports the Brussels airport and transportation systems are closed after explosions there. Also, a look at the market reaction amid a heightened level of security.

  • The Brussels attacks are unlikely to have a long-term impact on markets, but could create roadblocks to commerce and give Euro sceptics momentum.

  • Metro-North Railroad police officers patrol Grand Central Terminal, in New York, Tuesday, March 22, 2016.

    Police in New York are visibly increasing their presence after Tuesday's deadly bombings at Brussels' airport and metro system.

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

    We need to move sideways before we have a shot at another leg up. Otherwise, you quickly get into oversold territory.

  • Healthcare

    Bill Smead says now is the time to buy battered health care, amid "fantastic" dividends, and free cash flow.

  • Virginia voters line up early to cast their ballots in Super Tuesday elections at the Wilson School in Arlington, Virginia March 1, 2016.

    GOP delegates at the convention, not primary voters or caucusgoers, choose the presidential nominee, another RNC member tells CNBC.

  • Apple is expected to unveil a smaller iPhone at its Monday event. CNBC’s Josh Lipton reports on the strategy of this phone.

  • Diana Orrock, RNC member, discusses the current presidential election cycle, and Donald Trump's campaign. Orrock says Donald Trump is resonating with America and voters.

  • CNBC’s Phil LeBeau reports on auto industry manufacturing in the U.S., and what the presidential candidates say about American manufacturing versus going overseas.

  • Can oil hold $40?

    Discussing the recent upswing in the price of oil, and whether there is support in the market to stay at this price, with Charles Cherington, Intervale Capital co-founder.

  • BlackRock's global market view

    BlackRock's Rick Rieder, discusses the current trading environment, his volatility forecast and whether the markets are eyeing elections closely.

  • Marriott, Anbang battle it out for Starwood

    Marriott and Starwood signed off on an improved takeover bid from Marriott, after China's Anbang topped Marriott's original deal. Harry Curtis, Nomura Securities analyst, thinks Anbang will strike back.

  • Wilbur Ross: Get used to Donald Trump

    Wilbur Ross, WL Ross Holding Co. CEO, shares his view on Donald Trump's presidential campaign.

  • China's 'tipping point'

    Discussing Marriott's revised buyout bid, the risks associated with China's economy and his view on Fannie and Freddie, with Kevin Hassett, American Enterprise Institute.

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