Mainland China markets drop more than 1% at the open before bouncing back; Evergrande crisis closely watched
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Markets in mainland China returned to trade on Wednesday following holidays on Monday and Tuesday.
Stocks will break out of trouble and hit new record highs, market bull Tony Dwyer predicts
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A significant buying opportunity is unfolding on Wall Street, according to Canaccord Genuity's Tony Dwyer.
Dr. Gottlieb says CDC may soon offer greater clarity on who will be eligible for Covid boosters
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Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb said the CDC may soon offer greater clarity on who will be eligible for Covid booster doses.
Amazon has rewarded eight workers who got vaccinated with free cars or $100,000 payouts
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The company in August launched the "Max Your Vax" sweepstakes to reward front-line employees who provide proof they're fully vaccinated.
House passes bill to avoid government shutdown, suspend debt limit — but it faces Senate roadblocks with deadlines near
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The House took the first step toward avoiding a government shutdown and suspending the debt ceiling, but the bill could fail in the Senate.
Toast sells shares in IPO at $40, topping range and valuing restaurant-tech company at $20 billion
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Ahead of its stock market debut on Wedneday, Toast sold shares in its IPO well above the expected range.
DOJ, 6 states file antitrust suit against American Airlines, JetBlue over northeast alliance
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The airlines' "Northeast Alliance" partnership was announced in July 2020 and approved by the U.S. Transportation Department six months later.
Former Theranos patient testifies blood test gave her false miscarriage diagnosis
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The first patient to take the stand in the trial of Elizabeth Holmes testified that Theranos blood-tests inaccurately showed she was suffering a miscarriage.
Rep. Bush, Sen. Warren introduce bill to reinstate federal eviction moratorium
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The legislation from Cori Bush and Elizabeth Warren comes after the Supreme Court shot down a Biden administration eviction moratorium.
Stitch Fix shares surge as online styling service reports surprise profit
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Stitch Fix shares jumped after the online shopping and styling service reported a surprise profit for its fiscal fourth quarter.
China's Evergrande crisis could drag down Tether and other cryptocurrencies: CNBC After Hours
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On today's show, CNBC's Kate Rooney explains why Chinese property developer Evergrande's debt crisis could be trouble for Tether.
WHO reiterates warning against Covid boosters for healthy people as U.S. weighs wide distribution of third shots
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The U.S. has already administered over 2 million Covid booster shots nationwide, according to the CDC.
Committee investigating Jan. 6 Capitol invasion will go 'straight to subpoenas' if needed, Rep. Schiff says
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The House select committee investigating the deadly Jan. 6 Capitol riot will move "straight to subpoena" some "recalcitrant" witnesses, Rep. Adam Schiff said.
Disney shares tumble as CEO projects lower fourth-quarter subscriber growth than estimates
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Disney CEO Bob Chapek warned Covid production delays due to the delta variant have created a smaller slate of new content than Disney had hoped.
Gopuff CEO Yakir Gola says its business model will outlast rivals as instant delivery space grows more crowded
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Delivery start-up Gopuff's CEO said it can keep delivery fees low and beat rivals, as it makes money by selling groceries, convenience store items and ads.
Stocks making the biggest moves after the bell: Stitch Fix, Hyatt Hotels, FedEx and more
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These are the stocks posting the largest moves in extended hours trading.
U.S. committee is reviewing Zoom's $14.7 billion deal for Five9 on national-security grounds
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The committee formerly known as Team Telecom pointed to "foreign participation" in a letter it sent to the head of the Federal Communications Commission.
Lululemon says Mirror CEO stepping down as fitness company searches for successor
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Brynn Putnam is departing from her role as chief executive officer of connected fitness company Mirror, which is owned by Lululemon, CNBC has learned.
The Fed will try to soothe markets Wednesday, while preparing investors for end to bond buying
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After Monday's market turbulence, the Fed's challenge will be to sound reassuring while acknowledging it is getting ready to move away from its easy policy.
DraftKings makes $20 billion offer for UK sports betting company Entain, sources say
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The offer is largely in DraftKings stock, along with cash, according to the sources.
FDA commissioner Janet Woodcock on Covid vaccine approval for kids: 'We’ll do that as quickly as we can'
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Acting FDA commissioner Dr. Janet Woodcock spoke with Andy Slavitt on Monday about steps that need to happen before Pfizer's Covid vaccine can be approved for children ages 5 to […]
The Fed likely will wait until November for taper announcement, CNBC survey indicates
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The survey of 32 market participants shows they expect the Fed to announce a reduction in its monthly asset purchases in November.
John Kerry says the U.S. can recover from Trump's 'sheer idiocy' on climate change
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Kerry said the U.S. can still regain the world's trust by acting decisively on climate change now.
Families with up to $50,000 in income have saved and invested their monthly child tax credit payments, research shows
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Monthly child tax credit checks of up to $300 per child are reaching millions of families. New data shows they have been inclined to save and invest the money.
JPMorgan Chase is buying college financial aid platform Frank to deepen ties with students
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JPMorgan has been acquiring start-ups at a steady clip since CEO Jamie Dimon declared last year that he would be "much more aggressive" in searching for deals.
A prolonged stock market pullback can pose a big risk early in retirement. Here's what to know
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A market downturn in the early years of a person's retirement can leave them worse off down the road. Here's how to address this "sequence of returns" risk.
Apple iPhone 13 review: What's new this fall
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I reviewed Apple's new iPhone 13 Pro Max and tested the iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini to help you understand which new iPhone 13 is best for you.
Biden vows a new era of 'relentless diplomacy' as the world contends with Covid, climate change and China
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Biden's debut address to the UN General Assembly comes as the U.S. strives to rebuild alliances and reclaim a global leadership position.