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The market ‘honeymoon’ is almost over, this strategist says

Realistically speaking, sustained economic growth of 3 percent "is a pretty high hurdle," Russell Investment's Mark Eibel tells CNBC.


Optimism on economy, stocks surges since Trump election: CNBC survey

The new CNBC All-America Economic Survey shows respondents who believe the economy will get better in the next year jumped 17 points to 42 percent since Trump's win.


Trump should 'drag out' change: Terranova

Joe Terranova, Virtus Investment Partners, and CNBC contributor, says one of the biggest risks to the markets is if the Trump administration tries to tackle its entire agenda all at once.


Political risks are not fully priced: chief investment officer

Europe is swamped by political risk, but peripheral markets have not yet fully priced such risk, a chief investment officer told CNBC on Friday.


What are the management lessons from India’s food deliverymen

For more than a century, India's Dabbawallas have run an efficient food delivery system. Here's what you could learn from them.


Italy will have to wait until March for elections: Analyst

President Mattarella of Italy is consulting with political parties to find a solution to the country's political crisis. The talks should lead to an interim government, rather than to snap elections, an analyst told CNBC on Friday.


Lazada's Max Bittner says winning Alibaba backing means fewer errors

Singapore-based Lazada can avoid some trial and error thanks to $1 billion in backing from Alibaba, CEO Maximilian Bittner tells CNBC's Managing Asia.


Meet the digitally-driven millennials solving Asia's social problems

Young Asians are using tech to work toward ending poverty, improving conservation and other UN sustainable development goals.


Japan's Line Music joins forces with Tuned Global

Tuned Global's Spiro Arkoudis talks to CNBC on the Australian mobile engagement company's technologies.


Market should grind higher until late January, early February, veteran strategist says

While some may be concerned the market is moving too high too fast, veteran strategist Jeff Saut told CNBC Thursday he would still buy any dips.