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Diana Olick takes a look at why home builder confidence fell sharply in July.
Courtney Reagan reports on the German grocer Lidl that just opened its first 10 grocery stores in Virginia.
Kayla Tausche reports on the reaction of senators from Capitol Hill on the revised health care bill.
Eric Chemi reports on how artificial intelligence assistants can make sales teams more effective.
Robert Frank tells us what one luxury watchmaker is doing to stem slowing sales and generate more attention.
Steve Liesman highlights Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen’s semi-annual Monetary Policy Report and how the market reacted to her comments.
Scott Cohn explains why West Virginia tops the list as the worst state in America for business in 2017.
Julia Boorstin reports on the highlights from the Sun Valley conference.
Scott Cohn reveals why Washington was selected as the Top State for Business in CNBC’s 11th annual ranking.
Hampton Pearson takes a look at who President Trump nominated to be the Fed’s bank supervisor.
Kate Rogers reports that small business optimism dropped in June as gridlock in Washington has owners concerned.
Jackie DeAngelis reports that oil prices are dropping as the Trump administration speeds up the permit process for oil and gas exploration in the US.
Steve Sedgwick reports from the World Petroleum Conference in Istanbul, Turkey as the CEO of Saudi Aramco says there may be an oil shortage ahead.
Morgan Brennan reports on how Amazon plans to handle the high volume of deliveries it expects from its Prime Day sale.
Steve Liesman takes a look at why wages are stalling while the unemployment rate is so low.