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The CNBC All-America Survey shows a tight race with 25 percent of voters undecided, including 14 percent who right now choose "neither" candidate.
Markets are prepared for a potential Brexit, and stocks can likely hit new highs once the vote is over, Jim Paulsen says.
"It would be wrong to expect anything more than 4 percent or 5 percent," says BlackRock chief Larry Fink.
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Apple shares could fall as they are set to be reclassified in the annual reconstitution of the widely followed Russell indexes.
The average price of gasoline has leveled off to $2.37 for a gallon of regular unleaded.
The Justice Department dismissed all charges against FedEx in a case where it was accused of shipping packages from illegal online pharmacies.
Facebook will host its shareholders meeting Monday in which every board member is up for re-election, including the billionaire PayPal co-founder.
Even the former CEO of Twitter isn't protected from the occasional security hack.
Americans should get $12,000 a year to offset the "tsunami of change" coming to the workforce that will leave many without jobs, Andy Stern says.
The Cavaliers won their first championship in franchise history with a 93-89 victory over the Golden State Warriors, the New York Times reports.
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The Fed will refrain from interest rate increases during the election year to keep financial markets stable.
Jacob Leibenluft, deputy director of the National Economic Council, will become a senior policy advisor to Hillary Clinton.
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