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Closing Bell Exchange: Dow backs away from 20K

Discussing the current state of the markets with David Katz, Matrix Asset Advisors; Jim Cahn, Wealth Enhancement Group; Peter Costa, Empire Executions; and CNBC’s Rick Santelli.


Becoming a landlord is just a click away

Smaller investors are getting a boost from firms using extensive data to help them become owners of rental homes in cities across the country.


NBA takes its skills to London

Denver outpaced Indiana at the NBA’s global games in London, scoring 39 points in the third quarter to run away with the result. CNBC’s Nancy Hungerford has more.


Why Fiat Chrysler, VW thought they could get away with cheating

Automakers have been gaming the system for years when it comes to environmental rules, says Jake Novak. Fiat and VW just went too far.


'Math has a habit of not going away’ — economists worry Donald Trump seems to be ignoring them

A recent gathering of academic economists raised questions about whether the new president will want to work with them at all.


Reaction: Dow moves away from 20,000, drops triple digits amid Trump's policy uncertainty

Our live blog tracked market reactions as Dow Jones made triple digit losses amid uncertainty over Trump's policies.


Europe opens lower after Trump remarks; M&S, Tesco report numbers

Bourses in Europe opened lower after President-elect Trump accused pharmaceuticals of "getting away with murder" and recommitted to a US "border tax".


Trump says drugmakers are 'getting away with murder,' and biotech stocks plunge

The iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology ETF (IBB) briefly fell more than 2.5 percent, tracking for its first negative day of 2017.


What Trump gives with one hand, he could take away with the other: World Bank

The world economy is expected to expand 2.7 percent this year, recovering from a post-crisis low in 2016, the World Bank said on Tuesday.


Stay away from bonds until yields increase: Strategist

Remain underweight bonds until the U.S. 10-Year yield reaches 3.5 percent, says Mark Jolley at CCB International Securities.