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'Fed is now data-dependent'

Frank Troise, MD at SoHo Capital, says investors can be assured there will not be four Fed rate hikes this year.

App for cash

JPMorgan Chase is rolling out new ATMs that will allow users to withdraw cash using their cellphones.

'Asia tourism growth momentum will continue'

Matthew Driver from MasterCard talks about the findings from the inaugural Asia Pacific Destinations Index, which covers 167 locations.

Cashin: Dollar tells the Fed story

CNBC's Courtney Reagan speaks to Art Cashin, UBS Director of Floor Operations, about central bank policy.

Dick Costolo: Lots of startup capital out there

Former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo, shares his thoughts on startup funding and valuations. Boards are paying a lot more attention to burn rates now, says Costolo.

East Coast braces for multiple feet of snow

Meteorologists say Americans could be walloped by an end-of-the-week snowstorm.

Very encouraged post COP21: Wal-Mart CEO

Wal-Mart’s CEO and President, Doug McMillon, discusses how the company is becoming more involved in tackling climate change and how he hopes other companies will follow suit.

Russia mulls sale of bank stakes

Andrey Kostin, president of VTB Bank, comments on the possibility of the Russia government selling its stake in Sberbank and VTB, and says he is prepared to work with any shareholders.

'China's bad news might be good news'

Kerry Craig, global market strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management, explains that markets rose on hopes of further stimulus after China's GDP showed slowing growth.

PWC's Dennis Nally on the upside of tech trends

Dennis Nally, global chairman of PWC, says the rise of technology may result in job losses, but also brings new opportunities.

Thailand is set on new growth engines: FinMin

Thailand's vice finance minister Kiatchai Sophastienphong says the country's economy must shift from exports to domestic consumption.

Faux Huddle: Accentuating the positives

Mad Money host Jim Cramer focuses on earnings Friday night, and looks at Facebook, 3M, Procter & Gamble, PayPal and more.

Japan zero rate call 'economic kamikaze': Pro

Edward Campbell, QMA, and Peter Boockvar, The Lindsey Group, discuss the Bank of Japan's decision to cut its benchmark interest rate and the impact on global currencies and markets.

Tracking global yields

CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses whether U.S. bond yields are anchored by global events.

Facebook on verge of topping Exxon

CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports Facebook is one of the few stocks up for the month of January in the Nasdaq.

Boeing 737 MAX first flight

CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the first flight of the new version of the Boeing 737 MAX.

Consol Energy pops

CNBC's Seema Mody reports on energy stocks on the move.

Rough month for stocks

The FMHR traders discuss whether the markets move higher in February, and whether it will be the Fed or China that moves stocks.

Metals close in the green

CNBC’s Melissa Lee reports on the impact of a stronger dollar on the metals.

Dow rallies into close

CNBC’s Dominic Chu and Wilfred Frost reflect on this week’s trading action at the close.

Iraq oil

CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis looks ahead to market events that could move oil prices next week.

A bank office with pool tables? Yes, really.

Since when has a bank office featured scooters, video games, and pool tables? CNBC’s Jon Marino toured JPMorgan Chase’s new digital office in Manhattan to check out what it looks like when a bank gets millennial-savvy.

Cramer’s game plan for next week

Mad Money host Jim Cramer reflects on January's trading action, saying the U.S. decoupled from the Chinese market.

Trade management 101

The trade on Microsoft and Facebook, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.

The stock sounding the alarm on global growth

Looking at General Motors' chart, and implications for the global economy ahead of the company's earnings, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.

The January effect

The S&P lost 5 percent in January, so what happened? CNBC's Melissa Lee, and the Options Actions traders, discuss where the markets may move next.

Short soup & cereal?

Discussing the trade on the consumer, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.

Dow closes best week of the year

CNBC's Dominic Chu looks at how the U.S. markets stand at the end of January.

Has the market found a real bottom?

"Fast Money" trader Steve Grasso, discusses the move higher in the market Friday.

Tech and industrials lead market rally

CNBC's Dom Chu highlights the details of the latest market rally.

Putting market rally signals in perspective

CNBC's Dom Chu looks at the latest market rally in the short and medium term.