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Bob Pisani takes a look at how a government shutdown could impact stocks.
Contessa Brewer reports that New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced a plan to open a men’s homeless shelter in one of New York’s most expensive neighborhoods.
Andrea Day reports on a new scheme where unsuspecting victims receive a threatening letter in the mail instructing them to make a bitcoin payment.
Seema Mody takes a look at the volatility in cryptocurrency markets.
Diana Olick takes a look at the rise in mortgage rates this year and what it could mean for the Spring housing market.
Mike Santoli discusses the intensity of the market rally and how long it can stay.
Josh Lipton reports on Apple announcing it plans to contribute $350 billion to the U.S. economy over the next five years.
Julia Boorstin reports on the Congressional hearing on how tech giants such as Google, Facebook and Twitter treat extremist content.
Bob Pisani reports on how stocks helped the Dow surge to 26,000 points, just days after the average broke 25,000 points.
Morgan Brennan reports on the potential breakup plans for General Electric core businesses.
Phil LeBeau is at the Detroit Auto Show taking a look at automaker sentiment in regards to NAFTA renegotiations.
Steve Liesman takes a look at the nation’s economic performance since President Trump took office.
Would you get inside a car with no steering wheels or pedals. General Motors thinks you would.
Steve Liesman reports on comments from Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan on the Fed possibly hiking rates three times in 2018.
Stocks have accelerated into 2018 with a burst of investor enthusiasm, but how does the start of this year compare to past years? Mike Santoli takes a look.