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Bill Stone, PNC Asset Management Group, says technology earnings are growing well.
NBC News' Tracie Potts reports both candidates will be in Florida today in a final push before the election.
CNBC's Arjun Kharpal provides a preview of what the Street will be watching when Apple reports quarterly results today.
The AT&T-Time Warner deal works in theory, but investment expert Ivan Feinseth is not so confident it will work in practice.
Lindsey Piegza, Stifel chief economist, shares her expectation for third quarter GDP, and provides her outlook on the economy.
Ivan Feinseth, Tigress Financial Partners, weighs in on why mega-mergers don't always create shareholder value and what the AT&T-Time Warner deal implies for the media sector.
NBC News' Edward Lawrence reports the latest poll shows Hillary Clinton with a 12-point lead over Donald Trump but Democrats say the election could be closer than the polls indicate.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy provides a preview of what the Street will be watching when Visa reports quarterly results.
Matthew Zeitlin, BuzzFeed reporter, addresses antitrust concerns over the mega-merger.
Steven Englander, Citi, discusses what's likely driving the euro lower, and provides his thoughts on the Japanese yen and play on the Mexican peso.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy reports several vision and surgical stocks hit record levels in the health care industry, while some in the pharm segment didn't fare as well.
Paul Markham, Newton Investment Management, reveals where he is finding investment opportunities outside the U.S. And Markham shares his thoughts on BAT's offer to buy Reynolds American stake for $47 billion.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton exchange barbs at a children's charity fundraiser in New York City.
CNBC's Nancy Hungerford reports on the meeting of European leaders in Brussels.
Jack Caffrey, JPMorgan Private Bank, provides his outlook on the markets as earnings pour in and election less than three weeks away.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on Tesla's self-driving hardware which will be available in all new cars including the Model 3 at a cost of $8,000.