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Treasurys hold higher after 7-year sale; Fed speakers in focus

U.S. government debt prices were higher Thursday, as investors waited for leading Fed members to speak on the back of the FOMC May minutes release.

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Trump's strategic oil reserve sale: Some call it 'misguided,' others say it's about time

The Trump administration proposes selling off half the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Some say it makes sense, others call it short-sighted.

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Trump's proposed US oil reserve sale feels opportunistic, says CEO of global energy firm

President Trump's proposal to sell half of America's emergency oil stock seems "opportunistic", according to the CEO of Vedanta Resources.

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It’s cheaper to buy a home than rent, but only if you can find one

Why are home sales falling? Because there are crazy few affordable homes for sale.

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Trump's proposed sale of strategic reserves will not go through Congress: Pro

Amrita Sen, chief oil analyst at Energy Aspects, speaks about production cut compliance from Nigeria and Donald Trump's proposal that the U.S. sells half its strategic petroleum reserve.

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There are tons of newly built homes – just the wrong kind

It's the price tags of the homes for sale that are the issue.

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The $110M sale of a Basquiat underscores how luxury brands remain hot on Wall Street

CNBC's Robert Frank talks about art sales and how much a Basquiat went for at a recent auction.

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Sotheby's shares jump after record $110.5 million painting sale

Shares of Sotheby's stock climbed higher Friday following a record art sale in its New York auction house.

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Buy Wal-Mart on sale?

Wal-Mart is beating the competition because it's aggressively lowering its prices, says D.R. Barton, MoneyMorning.com.

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$1.3B in fine art for sale

CNBC's Robert Frank talks to Guillaume Cerutti, Christie’s CEO, about today's art market.

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