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Does high equity exposure still make sense?

Bruno Verstraete, partner at Lakefield Partners, explains why his company increased its equity exposure, despite today's global stock market sell-off.

China's relationship with North Korea

Chris Torrens, senior managing director at Control Risks, says the relationship between North Korea and China is not as strong as it was in the past.

Why does North Korea claim to have a hydrogen bomb?

Chris Torrens, senior managing director at Control Risks, argues North Korea's announcement that it has a hydrogen bomb was a domestic play to reassure its population.

The Fed is out of step with the market: Gartman

Dennis Gartman, founder, editor and publisher of The Gartman Letter, says the Federal Reserve is out of step with the markets as falling imports and exports suggest the US economy is weakening.

Mobile services the next big tech trend?

Russ Shaw, founder of Tech London Advocates (TLA), a private sector led group of leaders promoting London's technology sector, talks about future trends in the industry.

Will 2016 be a tough year for investors?

Investors are already expecting relatively low single-digit returns for the year, notes Stephen Davies, CEO of Javelin Wealth Management.

What's keeping investors on edge?

Jeff Kravetz, regional investment director at U.S. Bank Wealth Management, identifies geopolitical risks and Chinese market turbulence as reasons behind the market panic.

Chinese markets could hit 7% quickly: Huarong

Once Chinese markets' sell-off is close to the 5% circuit breaker target, the selling pressure increases, explains Jackson Wong, associate director at Huarong International Securities.

This is Janus Capital's top sector picks

Growth in 2016 will be driven by innovation in sectors such as pharmaceuticals and biotechs, notes Adam Schor, SVP and director of global equity strategies at Janus Capital.

LeTV: Content will drive our devices

LeTV's large investments in content, such as the Hong Kong rights to the English Premier League, is a strategic, long-term play, says Eric Mika, senior VP of open ecosystems, strategic alliances and partnerships at LeTV.

Chipotle's cyclone of negativity

Chipotle shares sink after subpoena and weak sales. Restaurateur Joe Bastianich of CNBC's Restaurant Startup joins Closing Bell to discuss.

'Even odds' oil tops $50 in a year: CEO

Cenovus Energy CEO Brian Ferguson discusses rising oil production and where prices could be in a year from now.

Futures Now: Oil hits multi-year lows

The Futures Now team discusses whether a 2-handle on crude could come, with Anthony Grisanti, GRZ Energy, and Brian Stutland, Equity Armor Investments.

Dow transports continues its rout

CNBC's Morgan Brennan provides insight to the transport sector and whether the slowdown is signaling pain ahead.

Tech trends at CES

From drones to smart homes, Josh Lipton looks at what’s hot at CES.

Is China losing grip on yuan?

Peter Thal Larsen, Reuters Breakingviews Asia editor, discusses China's attempts to managing its currency.

Macy's cuts jobs, closes stores

CNBC's Landon Dowdy reports Macy's is sending out pink slips after a dismal holiday season and it could signal a potential bad omen for other major department stores.

M&S CEO to retire

Tony Shiret, senior food and retail analyst at Haitong Research, explains why he’s not surprised by the news that Marks & Spencer’s CEO, Marc Bolland is stepping down.

Chinese markets halt trading early

Gavin Parry, managing director at Parry International Trading, explains why circuit breakers in China's stock markets were triggered, as the yuan sinks.

NKorea's nuke test baffled China too: Analyst

China had warned Pyongyang against nuclear testing, but now it should apply further pressure on North Korea, says Andrew Gilholm, APAC head of analysis at Control Risks.

What's causing the panic in Chinese markets?

The Chinese market rout is the result of various factors, including weakness in the yuan and the circuit breaker mechanism, explains Chen Jiahe, analyst at Cinda Securities.

Spotify: We want all artists on both sides of our platform

Jeff Levick, Spotify, speaks with CNBC's Jon Fortt at the Consumer Technology Association conference to discuss Spotify's revenue model and business approach.

North Korea presenting a pivotal moment in US-China relations

Former Under Secretary of State Nicholas Burns weighs in on the significance of North Korea testing what it claims is a hydrogen bomb.

UN Security Council Secretary: One bomb test is too many

UN Test Ban Treaty Organization Executive Secretary Lassina Zerbo discusses the "clear violation" of North Korea's reported nuclear test.

Trading the euro's slide

European inflation data has disappointed investors and the euro is falling against the U.S. dollar. CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders have a money-making currency play on the euro.

Time to play for an oil bounce?

Geopolitics and oversupply are pushing crude prices lower. CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now traders have a trade that targets oil at $37.90.

Cashin: Don't let bad first days worry you

CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss market trends and conditions in the first month of 2016.

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

On the heels of another major China selloff, Dom Chu examines why more big investors are tweaking their portfolios based on a mix of recent events and historical bull market trends.

Santelli Exchange: Re-calibration pains

CNBC's Rick Santelli reports the latest market data and currencies action.

Cashin: This scenario could put oil in free fall

Discussing China's decision to suspend its circuit breakers, and the critical levels to watch in WTI crude oil, with Art Cashin, UBS director of floor operations.