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Jim Cramer explained how his view of the market was forever rocked by the Great Recession.
European aerospace group Airbus took a new 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) charge for its troubled A400M military aircraft program.
The "Fast Money" traders shop around the retail sector for the best stocks to trade.
The Mexican peso leaped 2 percent against the dollar, briefly breaking past 20 to hit its strongest versus the greenback since Nov. 10.
Analysts Fred Cannon and Jeffery Harte discuss the impact of bank tax cuts on financials.
A Republican push to repeal and replace Obamacare has slowed amid concerns over large numbers of people losing health coverage.
Wall Street may look no further than its own paychecks for an explanation why the Fed is not likely to raise rates in March.
Jim Cramer opens up about mistakes of investing, and his rules for owning individual stocks.
Shares of Bristol-Myers climbed as much as 4 percent after billionaire Carl Icahn reportedly took a stake in the company, according to Dow Jones.
The math doesn't add up for a GDP growth rate of 3.5 percent, former Labor Secretary Robert Reich says.
President Donald Trump's tax cuts will boost economic growth and push stocks even higher, Fairfax Global Markets' Paul Dietrich says.
Huffington is a member of Uber’s board.
Meet President Trump's new national security adviser, Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster.
Here are some of the key stories CNBC is following this hour.
If U.S. trade data tells a story, the Trump administration may be looking to change the narrative.
The self-made billionaire takes pride in building a “challenger brand.”
The Toronto Stock Exchange is vying for the massive Saudi Aramco initial public offering, exchange parent TMX confirmed to CNBC.
It may seem a little early for a presidential pep rally but here's why Trump had to do it, says Jake Novak.
By harping on Russia, Democrats are making the same mistake Hillary Clinton made during the election, says Jordan Chariton.
Snap's plan to sell only "non-voting" shares in its IPO raises serious concerns on who will keep sexist geek culture in check, said Vivek Wadhwa.