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'Chinese ADRs have been the missing asset class'

Including Chinese ADRs in the MSCI China Index takes its tech weighting from zero to 20 percent, which is a significant move, says Tobias Bland, CEO of Enhanced Investment Products.

'Retailers need to fix their online shopping glitches'

Eric Beder, SVP and retail analyst at Wunderlich Securities, says consumers are very frustrated technical failures stop them from shopping on Cyber Monday.

CNBC update: Oklahoma declares state of emergency

CNBC's Sue Herera covers the top stories of the day, including storms battering Oklahoma and Texas.

Fed should have moved in October: Investor

If the Fed further delays its rate hike, it will have less room to move if there is an economic downturn, says John Carey, EVP and portfolio manager at Pioneer Investments.

We worry about China's inflows: AllianceBernstein

Hayden Briscoe, director of Asia Pacific fixed income at AllianceBernstein, explains that there are insufficient Chinese government bonds to meet future demand.

Chinese ADR inclusion into MSCI index effective today

Chinese stocks are about to become a bigger part of global investors' portfolio. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports.

How will yuan SDR inclusion affect  regular Chinese citizens?

Chinese tourists might eventually be able to use the renminbi globally, says Yang Liu, chairman and CIO at Atlantis Investment Management.

'China will be better, bigger and stronger'

Investors need to catch up with China's new economy, especially with the many positive developments taking place, says Yang Liu, chairman and CIO at Atlantis Investment Management.

Japan's policies are showing signs of success: Investor

Japan's use of fiscal policies are starting to create changes in the country's social dynamics and consumer behavior, says Jesper koll, CEO of WisdomTree Japan.

Stocks haven't gone anywhere: Charles Schwab

Stocks are unchanged this year because manufacturing surprised to the downside everywhere, says Jeffrey Kleintop, chief global investment strategist at Charles Schwab.

Cramer: The only stocks that can beat Amazon

Mad Money host Jim Cramer thinks that Amazon's gain, is everyone else's pain. Except for these stocks! He goes down the list of stocks that cannot be Amazoned.

Truck drivers navigate a rain-covered highway on the outskirts of Chicago.

Carter Worth, Chief Market Technician, takes a look at the correlation between Buffett's bad years and the transports.

Kam Chancellor of the Seattle Seahawks forces Calvin Johnson of the Detroit Lions to fumble near the goal line during their game at CenturyLink Field on Oct. 5, 2015, in Seattle.

Eric Jackson, Ader Investment Management, discusses the possibility of the NFL teaming up with Apple and what it could mean for the tech giant.

Cramer's stocks to watch

Don't start your trading day without finding out what CNBC's Jim Cramer is watching ahead of the opening bell.

Warren Buffett

The "Fast Money" traders give you their trades from Warren Buffett's portfolio.

Cramer: 30 years later, this is still a buy

“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is sticking to his guns on this stock, even decades later.

A shopper walks through lower Manhattan in New York City.

Jan Hatzius, Goldman Sachs chief economist, gives his 2016 outlook for the economy including insight on a rate hike and the labor market.

A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

Brian Belski, Chief Investment Strategist, BMO Capital Markets, expresses some big concerns about next year.

Independent store sales start strong

CNBC's Kate Rogers details the success of smaller retailers over the start of this holiday shopping season.

Oil rising but headed where ahead of OPEC meeting?

The Futures Now team discuss where oil could be headed ahead of a crucial OPEC meeting.

Trader Blitz: Tech and wearables

The FMHR traders take their positions on three stocks making news today, including Fitbit, Microsoft, and Yahoo.

Yields lower after Chicago PMI miss

CNBC's Rick Santelli reports the November read on Chicago PMI.

Opening Bell, November 30, 2015

Ringing today's opening bell is CSRA Chairman and CSC CEO Mike Lawrie at the NYSE, and Blue Nile President, Chairman and CEO Harvey Kanter, at the Nasdaq.

Pending home sales miss, up 0.2% in Oct.

Higher prices are the culprit in weaker pending home sales, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.

Santelli: Crucial euro level

CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses the latest action in the bond market, and the U.S. dollar.

Pisani's market open: Retail view

CNBC's Bob Pisani breaks down retail numbers from the holiday weekend, and a look at Office Depot and Staples amid merger talk.

Amazon's 30 minute deliveries

Amazon drones are almost ready to deliver most items in less than 30 minutes, but it's just waiting on one more thing...regulatory approval.

Low rate party will end with a bad hangover: Lindsey

Lawrence Lindsey, The Lindsey Group CEO, discusses monetary policy and the U.S. economy.

Bill Gates launches clean energy initiative

CNBC's Phil Han reports on why Bill Gates is launching Energy Coalition, in a bid to save the environment.

Raymond Kelly on terror: No question US vulnerable

Terror attacks overseas are raising fears in America. K2 Intelligence Vice Chairman and former NYPD commissioner Raymond Kelly discusses the state of U.S. security.