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A modern-day abolitionist's war on child-slavery

Slaves today can sell for almost nothing, and indirectly make corporations billions of dollars. Modern-day abolitionists are fighting back.

CNBC update: Earthquake app

Pope Francis is meeting with the head of the Russian Orthodox Church Patriarch Kirill; GOP Presidential candidate Jeb Bush says his governor experience cannot be matched by legislative experience of Rubio and Cruz; and smartphones could detect earthquakes in the future, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.

The Zika virus: Key facts you need to know

CNBC's Meg Tirrell explains how the Zika virus spreads, who is most at risk and how people can protect themselves.

Trading Nation: One day in the market doesn't make or break it

Has the market found a bottom? Todd Gordon,, and Stacey Gilbert, Susquehanna, discuss the latest market conditions.

CNBC update: Mass wedding in Manila

Hundreds of Filipino couples get married at a mass wedding ceremony; Iranian foreign minister Mohammed Javad Zarif comments on Saudi Arabia at the Munich security conference; the U.S. House of Representatives approves a bill to ease FDA labeling requirements; and Pakistan arrests suspected terrorists. CNBC's Sue Herera reports.

Steady in consumer staples

Nik Modi, RBC Capital Markets, discusses his consumer staples outlook as he sees the low-income consumer having positive tailwinds. He likes Newell Rubbermaid.

Signs of a bottom piling up: Pro

Bespoke Investment Group co-founder Paul Hickey discusses signs of a market bottom.

Crescenzi: Let markets adjust to turmoil

With stocks at session highs, Pimco's Tony Crescenzi looks at the markets including the talk around negative interest rates, China, and oil prices.

Utilities surviving the sell-off

CNBC's Morgan Brennan looks at the utilities sector as a safe haven even as the stocks get pricey.

Crude jumps nearly 7%

CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis looks at the bounce in oil prices ahead of the holiday weekend.

Consumers remain in malls: Taubman CEO

Bob Taubman, Taubman Centers CEO, gives a fresh retail perspective ahead of new sales data.

I fear Trump as U.S. president: Fmr Italy PM

Italy’s former Prime Minister, Enrico Letta, says he hopes the U.S. presidential race will develop some new ideas, while discussing Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump.

There are no signs of recession: Investment director

Nicolo Carpaneda, investment director in the fixed income team at M&G Investments, discusses the world economy and markets.

What catalyst can take US higher

Jim Paulsen, Wells Capital Management, discusses negative investor sentiment, saying he thinks good economic data will take the markets higher and calm recession fears.

Fed surprised by oil price movement: Yellen

Fed Chairman Janet Yellen says oil prices and the strength of the dollar has helped hold down inflation.

Gold knows no Fed tightening: Pro

Matthew Roddy, Rockland Trust, and Jim Iuorio, TJM Institutional Services share their thoughts on Janet Yellen's testimony and whether she will continue to send dovish signals. The Fed may not have been dovish enough, says Roddy.

Big energy names on the verge of bankruptcy?

CNBC's Morgan Brennan covers question marks in the energy space as many fear looming bankruptcies.

John Arnold to CNBC: Energy companies less hedged

CNBC's Scott Wapner spoke to Centaurus Energy founder, about pain in Chesapeake's shares, and Arnold said bankruptcy or restructuring is the most likely outcome, despite what Chesapeake says.

Mad Money 3

Mad Money host Jim Cramer goes to the charts for signs sellers have exhausted themselves, with the example of AT&T.

No Huddle Offense

Verizon Chairman and CEO Lowell McAdam, describes new technology coming "in the next few years" from his company ahead of Super Bowl games in Houston and Minneapolis, and proving a strong wireless network to customers and investors, and making a TV skinny bundle.

Mad Money 1

Mad Money host Jim Cramer prepares investors for earnings next week from Wal-Mart, Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Barrick and more.

The Final Call: Coke & JPmorgan

CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders discuss the stocks they'll be watching next week.

General Motors stalls

General Motors has stalled. Should you keep shorting GM? With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.

The flight to safety

Is it time to pile into bonds? With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.

A safe bet on oil

Oil surges 12 percent. Has oil hit a bottom? With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.

Boeing falls 12%

Boeing fell this week after a reported SEC probe of the Dreamliner and its 747, with the "Fast Money" traders.

More pain in the banks

Financials lead the market rally as bank stocks surge. Is there money in the banks? With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.

Take your position: WMT

The "Fast Money" traders look ahead to earnings coming out next week from the retail sector.

Oil equities a buy: Trader

The "Fast Money" traders look at the pressure on oil companies, and debate the trade on the energy crush. Tim Seymour shares his top picks in the space.

Oil tanker train.

We haven't seen the lows in oil, and it still looks bleak, explains Tom Kloza, Oil Price Information Service, in discussing just how far ahead you have to look for a real positive turn in energy.