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The U.S. dollar index hit a five-month low Wednesday, and according to one trader, it’s about to fall to levels not seen since 2014.
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The fight for unbound delegates between Donald Trump and Ted Cruz is about to get white hot as Cruz keynotes the North Dakota delegate convention.
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Asher Edelman, famed corporate raider and the inspiration for Oliver Stone's Gordon Gekko, explains why he favors Trump's economic policies over Clinton's.
Billionaire hedge fund manager Jim Chanos joins CNBC Pro for an exclusive strategy session.
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