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Deere drops on earnings

One industrial name on the move today is Deere. The stock is lower after earnings and the "Fast Money Halftime Report" panel weighs in.


Art Cashin: Dow would drop up to 1,000 points if multiple Trump advisors were to resign

"Not all in one day but I think it would move there," UBS' Art Cashin says.


America's 'Confederate infrastructure:' Too big to hide, move or raze

Although a few communities are removing a few statues, the nation's Confederate memorial infrastructure is too vast and diverse to be moved, hidden or destroyed, writes USA Today.


America's 'Confederate infrastructure:' Too big to hide, move or raze

Despite Trump's comments on U.S. History, erasing Confederate sites from the American landscape would be difficult or impossible, USA Today reports.

Source: USA Today

White House scraps plans for infrastructure council

CNBC's Eamon Javers reports President Trump's advisory council on infrastructure will not move forward, and the White House dismisses a "false" report about Gary Cohn's future.


This investor says you should avoid yield plays

While interest rates are low, investors trying to squeeze out yield need to consider what happens when rates move higher, says Joe Magyer of Lakehouse Capital.


Can Trump's small business agenda move forward?

Joe Dutra, Kimmie Candy Co. CEO, and Philip Koosed, Bamko CEO, discuss Trump's economic agenda and what small business CEOs want.


Cisco's Chuck Robbins: CEOs on Trump panels followed their conscience and now it's time to move on

Robbins also denounced "racism, discrimination, neo-Nazism, white supremacy."


NAFTA renegotiations a reaction to impact of globalization on wages, jobs

The move to re-open NAFTA is a reaction to the negative impact on jobs in wages in all three countries, says Robert Scott, senior international economist and director of International Programs, Economic Policy Institute.


Trump approval ratings might continue slow downward slide: Evercore ISI's Terry Haines

Terry Haines, Evercore ISI, discusses whether the Republican agenda can move forward despite President Trump's statements on Charlottesville.