Rock icon Bruce Springsteen performs at a Clinton event in Philadelphia today. The Democratic nominee wraps up White House push with a midnight rally in the swing state of North Carolina. Clinton and Trump made closing arguments in USA Today op-eds. (CNBC)
On the final day of campaigning, Trump is also set to appear in North Carolina. The GOP nominee then heads to New Hampshire. The RealClearPolitics polling averages put him slightly ahead both of those battleground states.
Nationally, Clinton held a clear but narrow lead over Trump in the final NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll before Election Day. Clinton drew 44 percent support among likely voters to Trump's 40 percent. (CNBC)
Respondents to a special election edition of the CNBC Fed Survey overwhelmingly believe that Clinton will win the White House and a plurality want her to win, yet they side with Trump on many key economic issues.
Janet Reno, the first woman to serve as U.S. attorney general, has died. She was 78. Reno was at the epicenter of several political storms during the Bill Clinton administration, including the deadly raid on the Branch Davidian compound at Waco, Texas. (AP)
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5.0 struck near Cushing, Oklahoma, prompting evacuations, but there were no reports of injuries, authorities said. Oil pipelines intersect in Cushing, which is considered a hub for crude shipments. (Reuters)
Oil was sharply higher this morning after a statement said OPEC producers were committed to a deal made in September to cut crude output in order to try to boost the market. (Reuters)
The Commerce Department is expected to launch a formal investigation today into whether Chinese steel companies are shipping steel through Vietnam to avoid U.S. import tariffs. (WSJ)
Berkshire Hathaway (BRKA, BRKB) missed estimates on earnings but beat on revenue. Other information in the report suggested the Warren Buffett-run firm maintained its 10 percent stake in Wells Fargo (WFC) despite the bank's sales practices scandal. (AP)
A U.S. regulator found software in some Audi vehicles that lowered carbon dioxide emissions under test conditions. The device, which was not the same as the one that triggered last year's diesel emissions scandal at Audi parent Volkswagen. (Reuters)
Toys R Us once again plans to open its doors on Thanksgiving Day to welcome Black Friday shoppers. The stores will open at 5 p.m. local time Nov. 24 for 30 hours of continuous shopping. (CNBC)