Pimco's Tony Crescenzi says despite a flattening in the yield curve, there's still plenty of optimism in equity markets, Fed rate hikes should help dollar. » Read More
Drew Matus of MetLife says people are starting to come around to the realization that something will get done on tax reform, but it's unclear what that is. » Read More
John Martinko of Drexel Hamilton discusses the rush of IPO activity going into the end of the year, including a down-sized offering for Stitch Fix. » Read More
Politico's Ben White says despite some obstacles along the way, chances are pretty good tax reform will pass the Senate. » Read More
Boris Schlossberg of BK Asset Management says the consumer is more depressed than the market thinks, and the Fed should consider that as it hikes rates.
Shares of IMAX on the move after announcing a big cost-cutting program.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions takes the hot seat on Capitol Hill.
It’s a big week for the U.S. economy with housing data, retail sales, jobless claims and of course the Fed meeting.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is scrambling to reshuffle her cabinet as her political future hangs in the balance.
Uber's board called an emergency meeting over the weekend and is reportedly considering sidelining its CEO.
Art Hogan of Wunderlich Securities says the level of volatility in currencies has been greater than in equities, which is a relatively new phenomenon.
Simon Derrick of BNY Mellon says the EU was always going to treat the situation as "Brexit means Brexit" no matter the outcome of the UK election.
Citi's chief global political analyst, Tina Fordham, outlines how the markets may be pricing in a Conservative victory in the UK election.
Top UK fund manager Henry Dixon explains how the pound may react to various outcomes of today's snap election.
Sara Eisen and Mike Santoli discuss how Australia's economy has shown growth for a world record run of 103 straight quarters.
UK economist Anatole Kaletsky outlines how the pound may react to various outcomes of tomorrow's general election.
Roland Rudd, a leading "Remain" voice in last year's Brexit vote, says UK companies want the best possible trade deal with the rest of Europe.
CNBC retail contributor Stacey Widlitz says retailers like J. Crew need leaders who have supply chain experience to compete with fast-fashion chains.
CNBC.com tech products editor Todd Haselton explains how Apple's new digital assistant, the HomePod, will differentiate itself from the competition.
J.P. Morgan Private Bank’s Jack Caffrey reveals the one thing that is keeping him up at night.
Internet companies are responding after British Prime Minister Theresa May said the internet gives extremists a place to breed.
Police raids continue after the third terrorist attack on British soil in less than three months.
Nonfarm payrolls are expected to rise by 184,000 this month. David Rosenberg of Gluskin Sheff gives his take.
Twitter recently began letting users view and edit the demographic information it had on them. It turns out the data they’ve gathered might not be accurate