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Bitcoin adds $41 billion to market cap in 6 days as it hits all-time high of $7,998

Coinbase said that there was still a possibility of a planned upgrade to bitcoin known as Segwit2x happening which appeared to spark the rally.

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US small caps would benefit most from a corporate tax cut: investor

James Norman, president at QS Investors, says U.S. small-cap firms have a harder time than big firms in lowering effective tax rates.

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Here are the world's top 10 oil exporters

While stubbornly strong oil exports continue to dampen market sentiment and cap gains, CNBC takes a look at the world's 10 leading oil exporters.

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Stocks finish slightly higher, but big GE losses cap gains

Stocks finish slightly higher, but big GE losses cap gains.

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Stocks finish slightly higher, but big GE losses cap gains

Rob Cox, Reuters Breakingviews Global Editor; Kim Forrest, Fort Pitt Capital; and CNBC's Mike Santoli discuss GE's worst day since 2009 and the rest of the day's market activity.

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Do this if you want to escape the GOP cap on mortgages

If the mortgage interest deductibility disappears for second homes, renting them out can deliver tax breaks.

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Stocks finish slightly higher, but big GE losses cap gains

U.S. equities closed slightly higher, but a decline in General Electric shares, coupled with worries about tax reform, capped gains in the major indexes.

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Will Apple hit $1 trillion in market cap? And other movers in the blitz

The "Halftime Report" traders take investors through some of the day's biggest stock movers.

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Could Apple hit $1 trilliion in market cap?

Tech giant Apple is about to pass $1 trillion in market cap, according to TradingAnalysis.com founder Todd Gordon.

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Small-cap equities in Japan may be worth a look, pro says

Arthur Kwong, head of Asia Pacific equities at BNP Paribas Asset Management, says small caps in Japan have so far not really joined the equity rally.

Source: CNBC.com