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Trader Karen Finerman said "the leverage and potential volatility in [Deutsche Bank] is enormous."
The overnight plunge is an example of a once-rare event that may soon become more frequent in currency markets. And wider volatility may follow.
The prospect of an OPEC deal to limit crude output will support oil prices, but futures are unlikely to break through key levels, analysts said.
The agency on Friday reaffirmed its low-end investment-grade rating on Deutsche Bank credit.
Brian Moynihan told CNBC he knows what it's like to be in the hot seat, a spot that competitor Wells Fargo has found itself in the wake of a fake account scandal.
Here are five of the questions Trump and Clinton are most likely to be asked at Sunday night's debate.
Former Twitter COO Ali Rowghani talks about possible Twitter sale on CNBC's "Squawk Alley."
Sprint is letting customers with second thoughts about using a replacement Samsung Galaxy Note 7 exchange the device for another type of smartphone, Recode reports.
Goldman Sachs initiated coverage of GW Pharmaceuticals with a buy rating.
Tim Cook, Apple CEO, chooses being best over being first.
With millions of voters still unsure on how to vote in this year's presidential race, many may decide on jobs and wages.
"The Profit" reveals the tough questions he asked before taking Camping World public.
The storm weakened to a Category 3 hurricane overnight after being blamed for more than 100 deaths in the Caribbean, NBC News reports.
The cost of 2016 U.S. weather disasters is already in the billions, and will rise with Hurricane Matthew.
One CEO has created a platform for trading weather events that could benefit both speculators and small-business owners alike.
The owner of Orlando-based Tim's Wine Market said sales are up.
"Keep your customers happy" and other valuable lessons from the co-founders of SoulCycle.
Former firefighter Ken Blocker poured more than just savings into his fire hose harness invention, but it all paid off with a $1 million investment.
"The Profit" discusses the storm and how to safeguard your business from a natural disaster.