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Manulife: We're highly compliant with regulations

Steve Roder, senior executive VP and CFO of Manulife, says although the insurance industry has a history of using "optimistic illustration" of annualized returns, Manulife is well-governed and compliant with insurers' regulations.

Top Trades: First Solar & Yahoo

Dissecting the top trades of the day with the Fast Money traders.

Commodities tomorrow: WTI drops 2%

CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.

Start-up says never buy another toothbrush again

The Goodwell company co-founder pitches his start-up to a panel of experts on CNBC.

Fed's Fischer: Decline in oil won't go on forever

Stanley Fischer, Federal Reserve vice chairman, talks about the Fed's accommodative policy and the link between the fed funds rate and what banks pay their depositors. Also Fischer discusses whether the Fed will be able to get inflation back to two percent.

Fed's Fischer: Uncertainty has risen in markets

CNBC's Steve Liesman talks with Stanley Fischer, Federal Reserve vice chairman about rumors of North Korea testing a hydrogen bomb, uncertainty in China and the Fed's rate hike in December.

S. Korea spy agency casts doubt on N. Korea bomb type

NBC's Jim Miklaszewski reports on North Korea's claim of successfully testing a hydrogen bomb as China condemns the nuclear test and skepticism spreads on the type of bomb that was actually tested.

North Korea tests a hydrogen nuclear bomb

The politically-isolated country tested a hydrogen nuclear bomb, sparking outrage from the international community.

Merkel's office sealed off due to suspicious package

Police sealed off German Chancellor Angela Merkel's office to check suspicious postal creates left nearby.

Crunching Apple's numbers

Edmund Lee, Re/code managing editor, shares his thoughts on Apple's iPhone sales.

It's 'one and done' for the Fed this year: Pro

Jim Lacamp, UBS, and Jurrien Timmer, Fidelity Investments, weigh in on current market stressors and share their outlook for 2016. U.S. and China currencies are in a delicate balance, says Timmer.

N. Korea bomb test 'rattles' US allies

China doesn't know what to do now, says Col. Jack Jacobs, Medal of Honor recipient, providing insight to reports North Korea successfully tested a hydrogen bomb.

North Korea claims H-bomb test successful

NBC's Bill Neely reports analyst in South Korea confirmed there was a test but it could take weeks or months to determine what exactly happened underground.

China criticizes N. Korea nuclear test

CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports on China's reaction to claims North Korea successfully tested a hydrogen bomb.

World markets tumble on new geopolitical concerns

With North Korea claiming to have successfully detonated a hydrogen bomb, futures and European markets are all lower this morning despite some skepticism about those claims.

President Obama announces executive actions on guns

President Obama announces a series of executive actions aimed at reducing gun violence in America.

China floods markets with cash

Chinese authorities flooded the banking system with a $20 billion cash injection.

Reported earthquake could be a nuclear test: Analyst

North Korea's reported earthquake is increasingly looking like a nuclear test, explains Bruce Klinger, Northeast Asia senior research fellow at Heritage Foundation.

Cramer: What was really behind the huge rebound

Mad Money host Jim Cramer says stocks are finally out of crazy town. Don't give up on 2016 yet — there are plenty of good things brewing.

Options Action: Fitbit falls

Bearish bets on Fitbit with CNBC contributor Mike Khouw.

Large earthquake reported in North Korea

There are reports of an earthquake 49km from a North Korean nuclear site, while South Korea said it was watching for suspicious activity along the border.

Aussie 'doom and gloom' fears are overdone: CLSA

Australia's economy will perform moderately this year, as the country rebalances away from resources, says Scott Ryall, head of Australia research at CLSA.

Cramer: Communist China is guessing with stocks

Mad Money host Jim Cramer thinks China is just playing trial and error with the stock market, and it won't stop until it has dominated once again. There are no rules

Cramer: Dumpster diving the S&P's losers of 2015

Mad Money host Jim Cramer sorts through the rubble of the five worst performing stocks of the S&P 500 from 2015. Could they transform into winners this year?

Cramer: S&P 500 winners in 2015

Mad Money host Jim Cramer takes a look at the S&P 500 winners of 2015. Companies that keep re-inventing themselves and he says wait long enough and hold them long enough you can be pleasantly surprised.

Pay attention to this simple investing rule

Ken Fisher, CEO, chairman and founder of Fisher Investments who is optimistic about a bull run, advises investors to go for stocks that are "big and global, real and simple."

Final Trade: Nvidia, Burlington, Macy's & more

The Fast Money traders share their final trades of the day.

SEA budget carriers get a fillip from open sky policy

The ASEAN Single Aviation Market, which is still a work-in-progress, allows regional airlines to fly from their home base to any other point in Southeast Asia, explains Alan Tan, professor of Aviation Law at the National University of Singapore.

Pro: A pricey S&P 500 is not so bad

Andy Serwer, Yahoo Finance, discusses how pricey the S&P 500 and how investors should approach.

Cars of the future

CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the exciting details behind vehicle to vehicle communication.

US auto sales hit a record high in 2015: JD Power

A confluence of factors, such as a tighter labor market, low borrowing costs of and a slump in oil prices, led to record high U.S. auto sales, explains John Humphrey, senior VP and GM at J.D. Power & Associates.