Kalyeena Makortoff is a live blogger and online reporter for CNBC.com. She moved over to the digital team after working as a news assistant for CNBC International's morning program Squawk Box Europe. Kalyeena has also written for The Guardian, Canadian Press and CTV BC. She graduated from the University of British Columbia with an B.A. in Political Science, but spent most of her degree writing for The Ubyssey.
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Our live blog tracked market reaction as the level of spending by US consumers in July disappointed economy watchers.
Our live blog brought you reaction as Donald Trump used a CNBC interview to attack both his opponent and the current U.S. president.
A major pipeline project that could open a new route for Russian gas in Europe is back on the table
A Reuters/Ipsos poll unveiled increasing frustration surrounding Donald Trump's presidential candidacy.
Our live followed the news that at least 84 people were killed after a truck rammed through a crowd in Nice, France.
The most recent tragedy in Nice shows the country is still failing to address the socio-economic issues underlying a homegrown terror threat, analysts say.
Our live blog is tracked reaction as the Dow and S&P 500 hit fresh intraday highs.
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YouTube will start to remove smaller channels that run ads, according to its VP of display, video and analytics
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FIA President Jean Todt discusses his start with the Ferarri team and the current problems facing F1.
F1 experts discuss whether the quieter engine sounds are making the sport less attractive.
Ellen Zentner of Morgan Stanley says anecdotal evidence shows more companies are going to pass on tax reform benefits in the form of buybacks.
Michael Purves of Weeden says if rates and inflation accelerate, the markets could explode in the first half of the year, but decline in the second half.
Anthony Chan of Chase weighs in on this morning’s rally in futures.