U.S. Business Day Squawk on the Street


  • President Obama will speak in Havana, Cuba, and address the Brussels attacks, with House Speaker Paul Ryan and Hillary Clinton speaking out this morning, regarding control at the border.

  • Pisani: Stocks slightly lower after Brussels attacks

    CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at the historical performance of the market a day after a terror attack.

  • Opening Bell, March 22, 2016

    The "Squawk on the Street" crew discuss the attacks in Brussels at the opening bell. Ringing today's opening bell is Argentina-based bank celebrating its 10th anniversary listing on the NYSE Banco Marco S.A., and data center service provider CyrusOne President and CEO Gary Wojtaszek, at the Nasdaq.

  • Brussels in lockdown

    Thomson Reuters senior correspondent Philip Blenkinsop is on the ground in Brussels after the airport and metro explosions there.

  • Pedestrians walk past signage displayed outside of the W Hotel Hollywood in Hollywood, California.

    Marriott wins over Starwood with revised buyout bid of $13.6 billion to create global hotel giant.

  • President Barack Obama and Cuba's President Raul Castro shake hands during their first meeting on the second day of Obama's visit to Cuba, in Havana March 21, 2016.

    The chair of the President's Export Council said infrastructure and worker rules must improve before full bilateral trade happens.

  • Healthcare

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

  • Manufacturing reality check

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the state of manufacturing jobs in the U.S. and the campaign promises to bring them back from abroad.

  • Big money turns anti-Trump

    Discussing some big Republican donors putting up large sums to fight Donald Trump with Vin Weber, Partner at Mercury and former congressman (R-Minn.), and Tony Fratto, CNBC Contributor and Hamilton Place Strategies managing partner.

  • CNBC update: Flydubai black boxes heavily damaged

    CNBC's Sue Herera reports the latest headlines including Belgian officials asking public for help in an investigation surrounding one of the Paris attack suspects, and officials saying black boxes from the Flydubai crash in Russia are so damaged it may hinder the investigation.

  • A trading post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange displays the Valeant Pharmaceuticals logo, March 15, 2016.

    The situation surrounding Valeant Pharmaceuticals has transformed the company into a "great mystery," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.

  • Schiller: Valeant statement is inaccurate

    CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports the latest news from Valeant Pharmaceuticals including former CFO Howard Schiller making a statement refusing to resign from the board and that he did not engage in improper conduct.

  • Xerox CEO on Cuba: Still barriers for full bilateral trade

    Ursula Burns, chairman and CEO of Xerox, talks with CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera in Cuba about her position as chair of the President's export council as well as business opportunities alongside the opening up of the country's markets.

  • Supply and demand for shares is favorable: Pro

    Bill Smead, Smead Capital Management CEO & CIO, talks about the current state of the markets as well as some of his sector picks.

  • David Kostin

    Corporate spinoffs look like an attractive investment opportunity in an expensive market, Goldman Sachs' David Kostin says.

  • Oil workers in Midland County, Texas

    Crude has been under pressure all year amid an oversupplied oil market and global growth concerns.

  • Gordon Bethune, former CEO of Continental Airlines

    Two activist firms say they will nominate former Continental CEO Gordon Bethune to United Continental Holdings' board of directors.

  • Alarm.com opens for trading on The Nasdaq Stock Market on the day of the company’s IPO, in New York, June 26, 2015.

    The two most important indicators of the near-term IPO market, recent IPO prices and the overall market, have dramatically turned around.

  • Oil prices seasaw after China trade data

    Equity strength and seasonality factors are supporting oil prices, but weaker-than-expected Chinese trade data throws in a seasaw pattern, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.

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