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“Options Action,” hosted by Melissa Lee, features option traders from some of the top firms on Wall Street. Each week, they gather for a fast-paced, half-hour show that focuses on how to increase profits and limit losses using common option techniques. Fresh from the trading desk, the “Options Action” panel demystifies the daunting terminology often used when talking about options, and simplifies this fast-growing and crucial corner of the market.
 
Get a front row seat at CNBC’s events and hear directly from the visionary executives, innovators, leaders and influencers taking the stage at CNBC’s live events series, including Evolve, @Work, and more. Hear the best sound from the fireside chats, keynote talks, and panels, with added, behind-the-scenes commentary from the moderators and interviewers who were on stage at the event, and other CNBC beat reporters close to the action.
 
"On the Money," which airs 9pm E.T. weeknights on CNBC, is a new show dedicated to helping you make the most of your money. CNBC's Carmen Wong Ulrich, leading personal finance expert and frequent contributor to NBC's The Today Show and Nightly News, delivers personalized, actionable information that allows you to survive and thrive during these volatile economic times. Watch as Carmen answers your everyday Dollar Dilemmas, and guides you through what can be the very confusing, intimidating, ...
 
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Movie theaters across the U.S. and worldwide have been dealt a massive blow over the past two years. The domestic box office numbers plummeted from 2019’s box office of $11.2 billion to $3.8 billion in 2021. As for AMC Entertainment, the pandemic was chaotic. The theater company was virtually out of cash and nearly bankrupt, yet the 2021 “APE meme-…
 
NFTs had an unprecedented rise last year calling into question their sustenance in the market. Surprisingly, unlike all the other markets, NFTs are still intact in the bear market and doing well. Manisha Gupta of CNBCTV18.com spoke to Shivam Chuuneja, Head of Partnerships at ZionVerse and Sandesh Suvarna, VP at WazirX NFT Marketplace, focusing on N…
 
U.S. markets continued their rally on Monday, even after some weaker-than-expected data on the housing and manufacturing sectors. What the reaction means for the major indexes. Plus activist investor Dan Loeb is taking an interest in Disney, while Walmart strikes a deal with Paramount. All the headlines you need to trade the streaming world.…
 
The United Nations’ worst-case scenario calculation is that food prices will rise by an additional 8.5% by 2027. Part of those higher costs is due to more expensive fertilizers as some have seen 300% price spikes over the past year, according to the American Farm Bureau. Farmers may be forced to pass those costs along to customers, resulting in hig…
 
During the 2010s, Sri Lanka had one of the fastest-growing economies in Asia.Things took a 180-degree turn at the end of the decade as the country's economy stumbled. In May 2022, the government defaulted on its debt for the first time in history.As inflation continued to spiral out of control, with a massive shortage of food, fuel and medicine for…
 
The S&P closing out its fourth straight week of gains with a big rally on Friday. It’s the index’s best win streak of the year. But what’s next as we end into the final half of August? Plus, Walmart, Target, Home Depot and other retailers on deck to report earnings next week. What can we expect them to say about the strength of the consumer?…
 
The average American experienced just over eight hours of power outages in 2020. The overall duration of power interruptions in the U.S. more than doubled over the past 5 years. Beyond just inconvenience, blackouts cost the U.S. an estimated $150 billion every year. They can also be fatal, as most recently seen during the 2021 outage in Texas. So w…
 
The S&P entirely erased a 1.1% gain and the Nasdaq dropped nearly 0.6%, even after a second report showed signs inflation may be abating. So does the reversal signal something scary for the market? The traders dive in. And with retail earnings on deck for next week, we break down how the consumer can hold up in this backdrop.…
 
There was about a 30% increase nationally in murder between 2019 and 2020, which is the largest year-over-year increase ever recorded. While there was a slight increase of about 6% between 2020 and 2021, preliminary 2022 data from big cities suggests that the murder rate may be dropping. The pandemic was a major catalyst in the rise in murder, but …
 
Consumer prices rose less than expected in July as energy and food prices cooled off and the news sent stocks soaring. But can the rally last, and what will it mean for the Fed? Plus shares of Disney on the move as CEO Bob Chapek announces earnings for the first time since extending his contract. But will he be able to get the Mouse House rallying …
 
The city of Detroit is bouncing back from its legendary 2013 bankruptcy filing. Depopulation driven by the rise of global trade threw the city into insolvency. Since then, Detroit has imposed high property tax rates citywide while awarding abatements to commercial-scale developers. The tax, spending and placemaking policies in Detroit have drawn in…
 
All eyes on tomorrow’s consumer inflation report, but will relief in food and energy prices be enough to calm investors? We dive into what the traders are watching. Plus Danny Moses, of “Big Short” fame, thinks markets are still too bullish about the state of the economy. Where he sees stocks going from here.…
 
Nvidia raising the red flag after reporting preliminary revenues for its fiscal second quarter well below previous guidance. The company citing weakness in its gaming division. And Take-Two shares plunged after posting a revenue miss itself – and a surprise loss. What these results mean for the broader tech trade and the market as a whole.…
 
ExxonMobil, one of the most powerful players in the energy industry, is at a crossroads. For more than a century, the company made billions selling and refining oil and gas and was seen as financially and politically untouchable. But today, with mounting concerns around climate change, the company is coming under pressure from both outside and with…
 
Corporations are not afraid to pick up and move. Many states offer companies enticing incentives like lower taxes, but a superior business climate doesn’t always mean a superior working climate. Some of the states with the most attractive offers have passed controversial social policies such as abortion restrictions and preventing schools and emplo…
 
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