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"We have a labor force problem," strategist David Kelly tells CNBC.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
The European Central Bank has a big problem in its hands and it originates from the United States, a former president of the central bank told CNBC Friday.
Jim Cramer compiles a stock market dream team of technology, media and health care stocks.
Jim Cramer revealed the one company that can compete with Facebook, and it may come as a surprise.
Jim Cramer outlines the bull case for Analog Devices, a semiconductor company involved in industrial, auto, wireless and consumer markets.
Jim Cramer sat down with Ingevity CEO Michael Wilson, who discussed his company's spin-off, the resurgence in oilfields and sustainability.
U.S. regulators this week approved the first drug for a new type of cancer treatment, confirming a theme some stock pickers have found in biotech.
Sandler O'Neill + Partners says Wells Fargo still faces weak sales growth even as it starts to put the sales scandal behind it.
The headlines keep getting worse for Wells Fargo in its fake account scandal, but the latest disclosures could represent a turning point.
Campbell Soup shares fall to their lowest level since September 2015 after missing profit and revenue expectations.
The full interview with Roger McNamee.
Jefferies' research team shared its favorite biotech stock picks that it expects will benefit from upcoming news events.
"I just think we've got so much really good economic momentum," Jim Paulsen tells CNBC.
The full interview with Mark Okerstrom.
It's time for the president and congress to stop playing chicken and pass debt-ceiling legislation, says Richard Schaeffer.
Rather than use the money for hiring and capital purchases, companies plowed the cash into buybacks and dividends.
"A million extra? I mean that's not a rounding error," Jim Cramer says.
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