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Bob Doll, chief equity strategist and senior portfolio manager at Nuveen Asset Management, discusses his latest market outlook with Mike Santoli.
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How will small rockets revolutionize the industry and expand who will be able to send satellites into space?
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Huda Kattan was struggling financially before she turned her makeup blog into a business.
A number of Democratic women flipped Republican held seats, helping seal the party's majority in the House.
Jorge Mazal, vice president of product at Duolingo and a self-proclaimed introvert, shares the trick he uses to lead his team effectively.
Facebook's struggled to find a consumer product with mass appeal. The Portal and Portal+ are it's latest attempt.
Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary says it's better to give teens debit cards, not credit cards.
Retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal shares 3 productivity tips for success
Apple's new MacBook Air adds features fans have been waiting for years like a sharper screen and faster performance.
Unemployment is low, and wages have ticked up, but so has inflation.
Microsoft built a version of its new campus in Minecraft so its employees can get a sense of what to expect.
Reid Hoffman, billionaire investor and co-founded LinkedIn, talks with Adam Bryant in a wide-ranging interview.
Goldman Sachs's bear market prediction tool is at an "elevated" level that has historically signaled a zero average return over the next 12 months and a "substantial" risk of drawdown.
Amazon closed in a bear market Monday as the e-commerce giant added to a 20 percent decline from all-time highs reached back in September.
Aurora Cannabis reported on Monday that revenue jumped 260 percent over the last 12 months, with kilograms produced climbing to 4,996 from 1,010 over the past year.
Third Point's Daniel Loeb is concerned with current market conditions and told investors in a letter that he has cut the firm's position in technology stocks.
Baron's prediction pretty much lines ups with Warren Buffett's thinking. Last year, Buffett said he sees the Dow 1,000,000 in 100 years.
The billionaire Baron Capital founder says the Tesla CEO does not need "adult supervision."
The FDA plans to limit sales of some flavored e-cigarettes to vape shops and to ban menthol cigarettes, senior agency officials tell CNBC.
The stock market's biggest buying force is on track to post a historic November as corporations resume a rapid pace of share buybacks after third-quarter earnings.
Stocks could be primed for a big rally, but Fed chief Jerome Powell "has to green light us" with an interest rate increase halt, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
The moderator of "Meet The Press" sees President Trump working with Democrats on health care as "more possible than people realize."
"One thing I've learned about President Trump is that when you think he's at his most weakest point, that's when he goes hard," media mogul Robert Johnson says.
President Trump can hang his hat on gaining Republican seats in the Senate in Tuesday's midterm voting, says Capital Alpha's Chuck Gabriel.
Michigan voters authorize the legalization of possession, use and cultivation of marijuana products by those at least 21 years old.
Wall Street believes the Democratic win in the House is a check on the White House's aggressive trade policy and possibly beneficial to industrials and materials stocks.
The 2018 midterm elections in the United States are the next test for the marijuana industry, fresh off a banner year that saw the legalization of cannabis in areas across North America.
Many Americans have been "helped by this economy," B. Riley FBR's Mark Grant says. "They don't want to jeopardize it."
"I wouldn't like the fact that the Democrats win ... because I think they'll start doing things to the president that will be sclerosis for everybody," Scaramucci says.
Wall Street would see a major correction if Republicans were to lose both of their Capitol Hill majorities, the Interactive Brokers founder says.
Wall Street's major research firms are advising clients on what they expect from the 2018 midterm elections and how to play the market based on those outcomes.
In an interview with Axios, Trump says he's "not looking to hurt" the U.S. tech giants but is considering action.
Exxon reported earnings of $1.46 per share versus $1.23 per share forecast by Refinitiv.
The president is suggesting a U.S.-China trade deal could be nearing. But administration officials told CNBC on Friday that a deal might not be so close, after all.
"We think the sell-off was overdone," says ARK Invest's Catherine Wood who sees a bumpy road for Apple later this month.
"It could last to 2035" or "2038," Lee says. "That's going to coincide with millennials peaking."
The economy under President Trump is "doing pretty well" and can stay on track even if the Democrats win the majority in the House, Zell says.
"We're dealing with a changed housing market," the billionaire investor says.
The prolific writer says he is using technology to tell a new story in a pitch to save books and publishing.
GE and CEO Larry Culp have "no room for error," says Gordon Haskett analyst John Inch.
Morgan Stanley disagrees with the rest of Wall Street: The bank's top strategists are gearing up for a much longer bear market while others are betting the sell-off is short-lived.
Trump aide Kevin Hassett expects economic growth to slow by about "half a percent" in the final three months of the year.
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General Electric may be beaten down for a while, but it is bound to turn around, says analyst Brian Langenberg.
General Electric CEO Larry Culp acknowledged Monday that his decision to slash the quarterly dividend to a penny sent regular investors scrambling.
CNBC's Jim Cramer warns he does not expect a trade deal between the U.S. and China any time soon.
GE's performance was weighed down heavily by its power business, which saw profits decline 51 percent to $611 million, from $1.3 billion last year.
Culp tells CNBC GE has "got plenty of opportunities through assets sales" to reduce the company's leverage.
Wall Street legend Byron Wien stands by the year-end prediction he made for the S&P 500 way back in January.
While Roku beat on the top and bottom lines, the company missed analyst expectations on platform revenue, which encompasses increasingly important advertising revenue.
Amarin CEO is defending results from a major clinical trial of its Vascepa heart drug after researchers raise questions about early results that sent stocks up in September.
If a recession happens, it will be the fault of the Federal Reserve and its "fivefold" increase in interest rates, says bank analyst Dick Bove.
General Electric may be beaten down for a while, but it is bound to turn around, says analyst Brian Langenberg.
The stock market can "absolutely" go higher even without technology stocks leading the way, says Wharton School finance professor Jeremy Siegel.
Jim Cramer unpacks Monday's sell-off and says a combination of seven factors will help the stock market find a bottom.
Jim Cramer speaks with Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson, who says that his coffee giant's business in China has been built "in China, for China."
Jim Cramer uses the stock of General Electric and others to teach investors how to spot a faulty dividend.
Jim Cramer hosts a special Veterans Day edition of the lightning round, taking current and former U.S. Armed Forces members' stock questions.
Jim Cramer explains why it's only a matter of time before investors come around on Alphabet.
Jim Cramer tells investors to tune out the panic around a bear market in oil and readies them for the week ahead.
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Jim Cramer applauds clog company Crocs for its comeback, but warns investors that the stock is only for speculation.
Jim Cramer speaks with Funko CEO Brian Mariotti, who says his toymaker's popular big-headed dolls and other products serve as "an index fund of pop culture."
Jim Cramer tells investors not to buy shares of Square as two pessimistic sides of Wall Street come to bear on the stock.
Jim Cramer explains how a strong consumer snapshot could force an ugly reaction from the Fed.
Jim Cramer says October's sell-offs set key stocks up for a stronger November.
Jim Cramer sits down with DowDuPont CEO Ed Breen to talk about the industrial giant's upcoming split.
Jim Cramer sits down with Take-Two Interactive Software Chairman and CEO Strauss Zelnick to discuss the release of his video game company's newest blockbuster.
Jim Cramer speeds through his take on callers' favorite stocks, including a sports apparel play that's running hot.
Jim Cramer explains how FANG's movements can be attributed to being in an ETF.
Jim Cramer recommends stocks like Amazon and Apple in the wake of the 2018 midterm elections, in which Democrats regained control in the House of Representatives.
Jim Cramer sits down with Etsy President and CEO Josh Silverman after earnings to hear how his online handmade goods retailer is faring.
Jim Cramer spies an opportunity in the stocks of cloud companies, many of which endured dramatic sell-offs in the month of October.
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Jim Cramer reveals why the White House remains the best source for stock opportunities.
Jim Cramer anticipates how the outcome of the 2018 midterm elections might affect investors, consumers and the stock market.
Jim Cramer and technician Carolyn Boroden use the charts to predict upcoming moves in the stock of Apple.
Jim Cramer speaks to John Ferriola, the chairman and CEO of steel producer Nucor, about his company's recent performance and the nationwide demand for steel.
Jim Cramer says a biotechnology stock could launch a recovery if the midterm elections bring a blue wave to Congress.
Jim Cramer consults the charts to see where the tech company is headed after recent declines.
Jim Cramer suggests investors take note of recent insider buying at IBM and GE, along with corporate buybacks at Apple and Berkshire Hathaway.
Jim Cramer believes that the major oil companies' rosy outlook doesn't reflect the economic reality, where even renewed U.S. sanctions on Iran can't boost the price of oil.
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