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White House trade advisor Peter Navarro on Monday characterized recent reports that the U.S. is considering restrictions on Chinese companies as grossly inaccurate.
Reports from the White House say there are limits on U.S. investments in China. Eamon Javers has more for us from Washington.
As competition is increasing in the streaming industry, Netflix is making a big investment in high profile TV producers to create more original content. Julia Boorstin has more for us.
The U.S. economy is chugging along nicely even as worries over the country’s trade policy are hurting business investment, a top Federal Reserve official said Friday.
We discuss if a CEO exit creates an opportunity for investors. Joining us on the show is David Nelson, a Chief Strategist at Belpointe Asset Management, with more on this discussion.
If you invested in McDonald’s 10 years ago, that decision would have paid off. A $1,000 investment in 2009 would be worth more than $5,000 as of Sept. 20, 2019, for a total return of around 400%, according to CNBC calculations.
Tracking sales in China can often be opaque but one analyst believes data on automotive insurance registrations reveals that Tesla has strong demand in the key market.
Our Senior Personal Finance Correspondent, Sharon Epperson, joins us on the set to discuss about ways to change your financial advisor to those investors who are thinking of making a switch.
Amazon will soon integrate another step of the e-commerce pipeline after the construction of an in-house fleet of carbon-neutral delivery trucks on par with established players like UPS and the U.S. Postal Service.
Start-ups led by women tend to get less funding than their male counterparts but there’s an effort underway to change that. Julia Boorstin reports on how one investor is trying to close that gap.
The risk of a global recession is at its highest since August 2009, according to a survey of fund managers, as slowing growth, trade and political uncertainty takes its toll on investor sentiment.
Magnates and friends of prominent wildcatter T. Boone Pickens remembered him fondly in comments to CNBC following his passing.
Pickens died Wednesday of natural causes at age 91.
Joining us to discuss more about the stock market rotation is Ken Kamen, President at the Mercadien Asset Management.
With the recent market rotation we are seeing on Wall Street, is now the best time to invest in value stocks? Mark Travis, President & Portfolio Manager at Intrepid Capital Funds, joins us on the show and gives us his three value stock picks investors should keep an eye on.