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The market will 'continue to see a slow melt-up,' expert says

While recent market highs may have some concerned about valuations, several experts said they expect stocks to move higher, at least for a little while.


Futures point to lower open on Wall Street after economic data

U.S. stock index futures pointed to a mixed open on Friday as traders appeared to move away from riskier assets amid fluctuating oil prices.


Cornerstone Analytics’ Rothman on OPEC’s move and oil prices

The full interview with Michael Rothman.


StanChart’s chief economist says these four currencies will move most on Fed shock

Any shock tightening by the Federal Reserve will make its mark in the foreign exchange market.


These stocks have gains when the Nasdaq 100 is up

CNBC's data partner Kensho looks at what happens as the Nasdaq 100 is on pace to close out May up over 15 percent for the year. A month after a move over that magnitude Netflix and Facebook tend to outperform.


Amazon's new bookstore is just a way to onboard new Prime customers, says Jason Calacanis

Calacanis says the move is less about selling books and more about building out the company's online retail ecosystem.


Serena Williams joins Survey Monkey board

Williams said this is her first corporate board seat, and wants to move to new arenas that suit her recent business efforts in fashion. Recode reports.

Source: Recode

Markets open higher, try to extend win streak

CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at what's moving in early morning trading, including a move up in banks as Citigroup closes in on a new high but Lowe's and Tiffany disappoint the Street.


A sneak peek inside New York City's first Amazon bookstore

Amazon's first New York City bookstore, Amazon Books, will open on Thursday morning, marking Amazon's highest-profile move into bricks-and-mortar retail to date. CNBC visits the store to see what it's like.


China rejects ‘inappropriate’ credit downgrade, says it ‘exaggerates difficulties’

China has rejected a move by Moody's to lower its credit rating, saying the downgrade exaggerates the difficulties facing the economy and underestimates the government's reform agenda.