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Sugar prices in India are 'very much in check,' says producer

Atul Chaturvedi of Shree Renuka Sugars says even as India moved to set export limits on sugar, its sugar prices are not rising and it is one of the only commodities in the country where prices have not "moved northwards."

Atul Chaturvedi of Shree Renuka Sugars says even as India moved to set export limits on sugar, its sugar prices are not rising and it is one of the only commodities in the country where prices have not "moved northwards."

India’s sugar export restriction limit is ‘very reasonable,' says sugar manufacturer

Pramod Patwari of Balrampur Chini Mills says the proposed sugar export limit of 10 million tons was "very reasonable."

Pramod Patwari of Balrampur Chini Mills says the proposed sugar export limit of 10 million tons was "very reasonable."

Europe's crisis management has greatly improved, ESM's Regling says

Klaus Regling, the managing director of the ESM, says that Europe has proved it has learned to manage crises far better than the days of the financial crisis, as shown during the Covid-19 pandemic and the current war in Ukraine.

Klaus Regling, the managing director of the ESM, says that Europe has proved it has learned to manage crises far better than the days of the financial crisis, as shown during the Covid-19 pandemic and the current war in Ukraine.

Monkeypox does not present global threat like Covid, CEPI CEO says

CEPI CEO Richard Hatchett discusses the global Covid-19 vaccine drive, the emerging threat of monkeypox, and why investment in R&D for vaccines is urgently needed.

CEPI CEO Richard Hatchett discusses the global Covid-19 vaccine drive, the emerging threat of monkeypox, and why investment in R&D for vaccines is urgently needed.

There's 'amnesia' about past energy crises as we grapple with current supply issues, EnQuest CEO says

EnQuest CEO Amjad Bseisu says greater investment is needed into alternative energy sources, as Western countries have come to realize that 100% reliance on a single source from Russia has been a strategic mistake.

EnQuest CEO Amjad Bseisu says greater investment is needed into alternative energy sources, as Western countries have come to realize that 100% reliance on a single source from Russia has been a strategic mistake.

Tech rout may open opportunity for M&A, Dassault Systemes COO says

Dassault Systèmes COO Pascal Daloz discusses the outlook for Europe's technology sector and the company's M&A strategy in the year ahead.

Dassault Systèmes COO Pascal Daloz discusses the outlook for Europe's technology sector and the company's M&A strategy in the year ahead.

Watch CNBC’s full interview with UNDP Administrator Achim Steiner

The United Nations Development Programme Administrator, Achim Steiner, tells CNBC's Tania Bryer about the organization's work in the face of growing crises that include the war in Ukraine, rising prices and supply shocks.

The United Nations Development Programme Administrator, Achim Steiner, tells CNBC's Tania Bryer about the organization's work in the face of growing crises that include the war in Ukraine, rising prices and supply shocks.

We are resolute in our determination to contain inflation, says New Zealand central bank governor

Adrian Orr of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand discusses the central bank's decision to raise the Official Cash Rate by 50 basis points to 2%.

Adrian Orr of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand discusses the central bank's decision to raise the Official Cash Rate by 50 basis points to 2%.

The U.S. is offering an ‘all pain and no gain’ deal with IPEF, says think tank

James Crabtree of the International Institute for Strategic Studies says even if IPEF works, it will only be a “half-best” option.

James Crabtree of the International Institute for Strategic Studies says even if IPEF works, it will only be a “half-best” option.

China's navy is expanding at a pace 'never seen in history,' says former Indian foreign secretary

Kanwal Sibal, former foreign secretary to the government of India, denies India is the most hawkish member and says the language of the Quad statement reflects Japan's concerns.

Kanwal Sibal, former foreign secretary to the government of India, denies India is the most hawkish member and says the language of the Quad statement reflects Japan's concerns.

Choosing 'gun control' moniker the stupidest thing that movement ever did, says author

Dave Cullen, author of 'Parkland: Birth of a Movement,' joins Shep Smith to discuss what, if anything, will be done about mass shootings in the U.S.

Dave Cullen, author of 'Parkland: Birth of a Movement,' joins Shep Smith to discuss what, if anything, will be done about mass shootings in the U.S.

School across the country increase security measures in wake of Uvalde shooting

CNBC's Shomari Stone joins Shep Smith to report on how parents and school administrators are locked in a debate over how to prevent massacres like the one that occurred yesterday in Uvalde, Texas.

CNBC's Shomari Stone joins Shep Smith to report on how parents and school administrators are locked in a debate over how to prevent massacres like the one that occurred yesterday in Uvalde, Texas.

How Texas has relaxed its gun laws in the past year

CNBC's Perry Russom joins Shep Smith to report on how the gun laws in Texas have been relaxed in the past year.

CNBC's Perry Russom joins Shep Smith to report on how the gun laws in Texas have been relaxed in the past year.

Remembering the teachers killed in Uvalde, Texas

CNBC's Valerie Castro joins Shep Smith to report on the two teachers killed during the massacre at the elementary school in Uvalde, Texas.

CNBC's Valerie Castro joins Shep Smith to report on the two teachers killed during the massacre at the elementary school in Uvalde, Texas.

This is not something I had ever prepared for, says JP in charge of processing victims' bodies

Lalo Diaz, a justice of the peace who's in charge of coordinating the processing of the victim's bodies, joins Shep Smith to discuss what it was like on the scene of the massacre at the elementary school in Uvalde, Texas.

Lalo Diaz, a justice of the peace who's in charge of coordinating the processing of the victim's bodies, joins Shep Smith to discuss what it was like on the scene of the massacre at the elementary school in Uvalde, Texas.

Neighbor describes seeing gunman leave after shooting grandmother

CNBC's Perry Russom joins Shep Smith from the home where yesterday's gunman lived and and report on his conversation with a neighbor who helped the gunman's grandmother, whom the he had also shot.

CNBC's Perry Russom joins Shep Smith from the home where yesterday's gunman lived and and report on his conversation with a neighbor who helped the gunman's grandmother, whom the he had also shot.

Elon Musk more quiet on Twitter — He's looking at his bank account now, says Big Technology's Kantrowitz

Alex Kantrowitz, Big Technology founder, and Casey Newton, founder and editor of The Platformer, join 'Closing Bell: Overtime' to discuss their takeaways from the Twitter's shareholding meeting.

Alex Kantrowitz, Big Technology founder, and Casey Newton, founder and editor of The Platformer, join 'Closing Bell: Overtime' to discuss their takeaways from the Twitter's shareholding meeting.

New educators aren't going to want to come into this chaos, says Texas teachers association president

Ovidia Molina, head of the Texas State Teachers Association president, joins Shep Smith to discuss just how difficult is has become for teachers in the age of

Ovidia Molina, head of the Texas State Teachers Association president, joins Shep Smith to discuss just how difficult is has become for teachers in the age of

Thoughts and prayers are not enough, says Texas Congressman Al Green

Texas Congressman Al Green (D-Texas) joins Shep Smith to discuss yesterday's massacre at an elementary school in Texas and whether Congress will ever do anything to address mass shootings in this country.

Texas Congressman Al Green (D-Texas) joins Shep Smith to discuss yesterday's massacre at an elementary school in Texas and whether Congress will ever do anything to address mass shootings in this country.

Skepticism reigns over whether Capitol Hill will ever do anything about gun violence

CNBC's Ylan Mui joins Shep Smith to report on the ongoing battle to pass sensible gun legislation in this country and whether the two sides will ever find common ground.

CNBC's Ylan Mui joins Shep Smith to report on the ongoing battle to pass sensible gun legislation in this country and whether the two sides will ever find common ground.

Texas school shooter sent three messages on Facebook ahead of attack

CNBC's Shepard Smith joins 'Closing Bell: Overtime' to provide an update on the Texas school massacre.

CNBC's Shepard Smith joins 'Closing Bell: Overtime' to provide an update on the Texas school massacre.

The top ten wildest BASE jumping locations in the world

Would you visit these locations?

Would you visit these locations?

Ten pandemics that shook the world

How did we survive the deadliest pandemics of history?

How did we survive the deadliest pandemics of history?

This is India's Well of Death

The most surprising well you will ever see.

The most surprising well you will ever see.

How Australia and China's trade relationship broke down

China is Australia's biggest trading partner. However, the once-strong trade relationship between Australia and China has deteriorated, leading China to 'indefinitely' suspend economic dialogue in May 2021. So, why did this once prosperous econo

China is Australia's biggest trading partner. However, the once-strong trade relationship between Australia and China has deteriorated, leading China to 'indefinitely' suspend economic dialogue in May 2021. So, why did this once prosperous econo

How Elon Musk's Twitter takeover plans shook Wall Street and social media

Elon Musk is known for using Twitter to hype everything from colonizing Mars to Tesla's autopilot features. Now, he's attempting to buy the underperforming social media network for $44 billion. The deal faces several obstacles, though. Musk now

Elon Musk is known for using Twitter to hype everything from colonizing Mars to Tesla's autopilot features. Now, he's attempting to buy the underperforming social media network for $44 billion. The deal faces several obstacles, though. Musk now

Here's what it's like to live on a salary paid in crypto

It's one thing to invest in cryptocurrencies, but trying to actually live on a salary paid in crypto can bring its own challenges. CNBC's Sharon Epperson joins 'Squawk Box' to report.

It's one thing to invest in cryptocurrencies, but trying to actually live on a salary paid in crypto can bring its own challenges. CNBC's Sharon Epperson joins 'Squawk Box' to report.

Learn how to own your money from these AAPI experts

The Asian American and Pacific Islander population is one of the most diverse in the United States. Asian Americans represent 12% of the workforce in the U.S. but are less likely to be promoted to management positions and face higher levels of l

The Asian American and Pacific Islander population is one of the most diverse in the United States. Asian Americans represent 12% of the workforce in the U.S. but are less likely to be promoted to management positions and face higher levels of l

We'll solve inflation problem, but it will take longer, says Jeremy Siegel

Jeremy Siegel, professor of finance at University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business, joins CNBC's 'Squawk Box' to break down his outlook for inflation and more.

Jeremy Siegel, professor of finance at University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business, joins CNBC's 'Squawk Box' to break down his outlook for inflation and more.

Inflation remains too high, rate adjustments are needed: Kansas City Fed President Esther George

Kansas City Federal Reserve President Esther George sits down with CNBC's Steve Liesman to discuss how the Central Bank is trying to tamp down high inflation, the strength of consumer spending and more.

Kansas City Federal Reserve President Esther George sits down with CNBC's Steve Liesman to discuss how the Central Bank is trying to tamp down high inflation, the strength of consumer spending and more.

Where inflation is worst in America

The relationship between migration and inflation has strengthened as more people relocate from expensive cities to more affordable areas, according to Redfin.

The relationship between migration and inflation has strengthened as more people relocate from expensive cities to more affordable areas, according to Redfin.

How Americans' money anxiety is impacting their mental health

Americans are more worried than ever about money and the economy. In a survey by the American Psychological Association, 87% of Americans said inflation and the rising costs of everyday expenses were causing them stress. Roughly two out of every

Americans are more worried than ever about money and the economy. In a survey by the American Psychological Association, 87% of Americans said inflation and the rising costs of everyday expenses were causing them stress. Roughly two out of every

Plan It Green: Extreme Heat

We know what extreme heat does to the planet, but what about our body? From pregnancies to kidney disease, Al Jazeera’s

We know what extreme heat does to the planet, but what about our body? From pregnancies to kidney disease, Al Jazeera’s

We’re seeing an inflection point in the housing market, says Ivy Zelman

Ivy Zelman, Zelman and Associates CEO, joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss what she's seeing in the housing market, if housing demand has peaked and more.

Ivy Zelman, Zelman and Associates CEO, joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss what she's seeing in the housing market, if housing demand has peaked and more.

'Londongrad': How Russia's war exposed the dark side of luxury London

Following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and resultant sanctions on President Putin's oligarch elite, a spotlight has been firmly cast on the British capital and its complicity as a store for dirty money.

Following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and resultant sanctions on President Putin's oligarch elite, a spotlight has been firmly cast on the British capital and its complicity as a store for dirty money.

How burning waste to make energy is part of a big corporate push for zero landfill

Burning waste to make energy is a $10 billion industry in the U.S., and the fastest growing part of the business is waste from big companies like Amazon, Subaru, Quest Diagnostics and American Airlines. They're part of a growing corporate moveme

Burning waste to make energy is a $10 billion industry in the U.S., and the fastest growing part of the business is waste from big companies like Amazon, Subaru, Quest Diagnostics and American Airlines. They're part of a growing corporate moveme

How the baby formula shortage happened

CNBC's Valerie Castro joins The News with Shepard Smith to report on the baby formula shortage and what the administration hopes to do about it.

CNBC's Valerie Castro joins The News with Shepard Smith to report on the baby formula shortage and what the administration hopes to do about it.

Are stratospheric balloon rides to 'space' safe?

These balloons will travel 30 to 40 kilometers high and the journeys are said to be so smooth that passengers can eat, drink and walk around during the flight. CNBC's Monica Pitrelli reports.

These balloons will travel 30 to 40 kilometers high and the journeys are said to be so smooth that passengers can eat, drink and walk around during the flight. CNBC's Monica Pitrelli reports.

Here's what it's like to get scanned into the metaverse

A start-up in Brooklyn, New York, is scanning people and products into the metaverse. CNBC's MacKenzie Sigalos tries it out.

A start-up in Brooklyn, New York, is scanning people and products into the metaverse. CNBC's MacKenzie Sigalos tries it out.

A decade of disruption: CNBC's full interview with Twilio co-founder Jeff Lawson

How to save $1 million for retirement on a $90,000 salary

Planning for retirement? This case study takes a look at how much someone with a $90,000 salary will need to save to retire with $1 million, broken down by the age at which they start investing. Putting money away at an early age provides a vari

Planning for retirement? This case study takes a look at how much someone with a $90,000 salary will need to save to retire with $1 million, broken down by the age at which they start investing. Putting money away at an early age provides a vari

How Foot Locker built a footwear empire

Foot Locker is the largest footwear retailer in the world with 2,900 stores worldwide. Its legacy dates back to 1879, eventually expanding into a multi-brand retailer and growing a substantial brick-and-mortar footprint. In recent years, however

Foot Locker is the largest footwear retailer in the world with 2,900 stores worldwide. Its legacy dates back to 1879, eventually expanding into a multi-brand retailer and growing a substantial brick-and-mortar footprint. In recent years, however

How to negotiate your salary before taking the job

Tori Dunlap founded Her First 100k to help women become more financially independent. Watch this video to learn how the founder coaches job seekers to negotiate for better salaries and benefits.

Tori Dunlap founded Her First 100k to help women become more financially independent. Watch this video to learn how the founder coaches job seekers to negotiate for better salaries and benefits.

Fruzzetti: Investors are looking for an alternative away from equities as interest rates rise

Patrick Fruzzetti of Rose Advisors at Hightower discusses where investors can still find some opportunities -- in energy and precious metals -- as the markets struggle with rising rates and inflation concerns.

Patrick Fruzzetti of Rose Advisors at Hightower discusses where investors can still find some opportunities -- in energy and precious metals -- as the markets struggle with rising rates and inflation concerns.

Interest rates are surging - here's how to protect your money

An entire generation is experiencing higher interest rates for the first time. Interest rates have been at historic lows since the global financial crisis - but they're beginning to creep up.

An entire generation is experiencing higher interest rates for the first time. Interest rates have been at historic lows since the global financial crisis - but they're beginning to creep up.

There's a lot of opportunity for a Philippine-U.S. free trade agreement, says industry expert

Rick Helfenbein, formerly of the American Apparel & Footwear Association, discusses the Philippine presidential election and weighs in on a "seismic shift" he thinks could take place.

Rick Helfenbein, formerly of the American Apparel & Footwear Association, discusses the Philippine presidential election and weighs in on a "seismic shift" he thinks could take place.

Why this company is called China's Tesla

In 2020, Chinese automaker Nio became the fourth most valuable automaker globally, surpassing General Motors and Daimler by market capitalization. CNBC's Timothyna Duncan explains Nio's meteoric rise.

In 2020, Chinese automaker Nio became the fourth most valuable automaker globally, surpassing General Motors and Daimler by market capitalization. CNBC's Timothyna Duncan explains Nio's meteoric rise.

How a human trafficking survivor built a successful business with $400

You can start a successful business with little to no capital, advises Nakia Vestal, a human trafficking survivor. Vestal shares her journey as well as advice for new entrepreneurs who want to start their own company.

You can start a successful business with little to no capital, advises Nakia Vestal, a human trafficking survivor. Vestal shares her journey as well as advice for new entrepreneurs who want to start their own company.

Why are there so few left-handed people?

The viewer's question this week comes from Yessenia Quinones from Puerto Rico.

The viewer's question this week comes from Yessenia Quinones from Puerto Rico.

How college athletes make money from name, image and likeness deals

The NCAA enacted an interim name, image and likeness policy almost a year ago, which allows athletes — many of whom have big social media followings — to make deals with local car dealerships, and in some instances, with major retail and media b

The NCAA enacted an interim name, image and likeness policy almost a year ago, which allows athletes — many of whom have big social media followings — to make deals with local car dealerships, and in some instances, with major retail and media b

How the shrinking, troubled Salton Sea could supply the U.S. with green lithium

In and around the shrinking, toxic Salton Sea, there's enough lithium to meet the United States' entire projected demand and fuel the electric vehicle revolution. Three companies are working to demonstrate new lithium extraction technologies in

In and around the shrinking, toxic Salton Sea, there's enough lithium to meet the United States' entire projected demand and fuel the electric vehicle revolution. Three companies are working to demonstrate new lithium extraction technologies in

How the Mega Millions and Powerball lotteries work

In 2010, the two major lottery organizations in the U.S. — Mega Millions and Powerball — struck a deal to sell both tickets in each others' states. States take major chunks of winnings in tax revenue, but some critics question the efficacy and e

In 2010, the two major lottery organizations in the U.S. — Mega Millions and Powerball — struck a deal to sell both tickets in each others' states. States take major chunks of winnings in tax revenue, but some critics question the efficacy and e

Can crypto clean up its dirty image?

Today, bitcoin uses up as much energy as entire countries. That has governments around the world concerned.

Today, bitcoin uses up as much energy as entire countries. That has governments around the world concerned.

The impact of McDonald's closing in Russia

The opening of the first Russian McDonald's location in 1990 was a big deal. But more than 30 years later, amid pressure from U.S. consumers to protest Russia's invasion of Ukraine, McDonald's announced it would be temporarily closing all 850 lo

The opening of the first Russian McDonald's location in 1990 was a big deal. But more than 30 years later, amid pressure from U.S. consumers to protest Russia's invasion of Ukraine, McDonald's announced it would be temporarily closing all 850 lo

How tech is helping farmers increase productivity and sustainability

At Expo 2020's Food, Agriculture and Livelihoods focus week in Dubai, CNBC's Dan Murphy speaks to organizations including IBM and the Gates Foundation, which are actively supporting the AIM for Climate initiative set up to increase investment in

At Expo 2020's Food, Agriculture and Livelihoods focus week in Dubai, CNBC's Dan Murphy speaks to organizations including IBM and the Gates Foundation, which are actively supporting the AIM for Climate initiative set up to increase investment in

Will Hybrid Work… Work?

The pandemic and shutdown put companies' digitization plans into overdrive as they scrambled to equip, monitor and lead employees through an uncertain future. Now that restrictions have eased in most places, many companies are eager to get peopl

The pandemic and shutdown put companies' digitization plans into overdrive as they scrambled to equip, monitor and lead employees through an uncertain future. Now that restrictions have eased in most places, many companies are eager to get peopl

How banks set your interest rates

Banks, like any business, want to charge as much as they can. This is how they set your interest rates.

Banks, like any business, want to charge as much as they can. This is how they set your interest rates.

Recycling plastics - is there a better way?

The global problem of plastic pollution is growing, but there may be a solution that's been around for decades: chemical recycling. Could it be used to recycle plastic, old car tires and materials previously considered unrecyclable?

The global problem of plastic pollution is growing, but there may be a solution that's been around for decades: chemical recycling. Could it be used to recycle plastic, old car tires and materials previously considered unrecyclable?

In three years we expect to be one of the largest multinational pharmaceutical companies in China, says Novartis' Narasimhan

Vas Narasimhan, Novartis CEO, joins 'Squawk on the Street' to discuss the company's Q1 results and the pandemic impact.

Vas Narasimhan, Novartis CEO, joins 'Squawk on the Street' to discuss the company's Q1 results and the pandemic impact.

What is the metaverse and why are billions of dollars being spent on it?

The metaverse is all anyone in tech seems to be talking about right now, but what actually is it?

The metaverse is all anyone in tech seems to be talking about right now, but what actually is it?

Health care inflation threatens Americans retirement security

CNBC's Sharon Epperson joins The News with Shepard Smith to report on health care inflation and how it's impacting the financial security of older Americans.

CNBC's Sharon Epperson joins The News with Shepard Smith to report on health care inflation and how it's impacting the financial security of older Americans.

How taxes, 401(k) plans and IRAs work

Taxes, 401(k) plans and IRAs can be difficult to understand. And Americans don't spend enough time doing their taxes — on average, just 12 hours along with $230 to file the paperwork, according IRS estimates — to get the best bang for their buck

Taxes, 401(k) plans and IRAs can be difficult to understand. And Americans don't spend enough time doing their taxes — on average, just 12 hours along with $230 to file the paperwork, according IRS estimates — to get the best bang for their buck

Why China shows no sign of backing away from its 'zero-Covid' strategy

While the rest of the world battled wave after wave of coronavirus, China's strict zero-Covid policy kept case numbers down and national pride up. So how long can China maintain its strict Covid policies? And what matters most to Beijing?

While the rest of the world battled wave after wave of coronavirus, China's strict zero-Covid policy kept case numbers down and national pride up. So how long can China maintain its strict Covid policies? And what matters most to Beijing?

Cathie Wood, Michael Saylor and Anthony Pompliano break down crypto outlooks for 2022

Cathie Wood of Ark Invest, Michael Saylor of MicroStrategy, Andrew Yang, Anthony Pompliano of Pomp Investments and more discuss their expectations for cryptocurrencies in 2022 at the North American Bitcoin Conference.

Cathie Wood of Ark Invest, Michael Saylor of MicroStrategy, Andrew Yang, Anthony Pompliano of Pomp Investments and more discuss their expectations for cryptocurrencies in 2022 at the North American Bitcoin Conference.

Why it's so difficult to buy your first house in London

The number of 20-34 year-olds living with their parents in the U.K. has risen by nearly 50% since the turn of the century. So why are young people, particularly in London, struggling to get on the property ladder?

The number of 20-34 year-olds living with their parents in the U.K. has risen by nearly 50% since the turn of the century. So why are young people, particularly in London, struggling to get on the property ladder?

How Amazon plans to fix its multi-billion dollar returns problem

Amazon's mounting number of returns is causing a massive problem for the e-commerce giant and the planet. A National Retail Federation survey found a record $761 billion of merchandise was returned in 2021, creating an estimated 5.8 billion poun

Amazon's mounting number of returns is causing a massive problem for the e-commerce giant and the planet. A National Retail Federation survey found a record $761 billion of merchandise was returned in 2021, creating an estimated 5.8 billion poun

FactSet holds investor day, CEO delivers strategy during a tough operating environment

Phil Snow, FactSet CEO, dives into his company's investor day. With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Dan Nathan, Karen Finerman, Guy Adami and Tim Seymour.

Phil Snow, FactSet CEO, dives into his company's investor day. With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Dan Nathan, Karen Finerman, Guy Adami and Tim Seymour.

How hotels are fighting human trafficking

Human trafficking generates about $150 billion a year globally in illegal profits. Hotels and motels are a common venue for sex trafficking due to ease of access for buyers, ability to pay in cash and maintain secrecy through finances, and lack

Human trafficking generates about $150 billion a year globally in illegal profits. Hotels and motels are a common venue for sex trafficking due to ease of access for buyers, ability to pay in cash and maintain secrecy through finances, and lack

Is it possible to be too Covid boosted?

CNBC's Meg Tirrell joins Shep Smith to report on whether it's possible for Americans to have too many Covid boosters.

CNBC's Meg Tirrell joins Shep Smith to report on whether it's possible for Americans to have too many Covid boosters.

Lithium Americas CEO on the state of lithium development

Jonathan Evans, Lithium Americas CEO, discusses the future of EV development in the U.S. With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Tim Seymour, Karen Finerman, Steve Grasso and Jeff Mills.

Jonathan Evans, Lithium Americas CEO, discusses the future of EV development in the U.S. With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Tim Seymour, Karen Finerman, Steve Grasso and Jeff Mills.

What could happen in the unlikely event of a nuclear attack

Nearly 70% of Americans surveyed by the American Psychological Association said they worry the invasion of Ukraine could potentially lead to nuclear war and they fear that we could be at the beginning stages of World War III. Researchers estimat

Nearly 70% of Americans surveyed by the American Psychological Association said they worry the invasion of Ukraine could potentially lead to nuclear war and they fear that we could be at the beginning stages of World War III. Researchers estimat

Why does water have a different temperature to its surroundings?

Just Ask! This week's question for Tomorrow Today comes from Fred Nabbimba in Kampala, Uganda.

Just Ask! This week's question for Tomorrow Today comes from Fred Nabbimba in Kampala, Uganda.

What is SWIFT?

Russia's leading banks have been excluded from the SWIFT international payment system. Russian companies can no longer use them to pay for imports. It's the biggest weapon in the sanctions arsenal.

Russia's leading banks have been excluded from the SWIFT international payment system. Russian companies can no longer use them to pay for imports. It's the biggest weapon in the sanctions arsenal.

Just ask! Are there animals that survived from the age of the dinosaurs?

This time the viewer question comes from David Burgos from Colombia.

This time the viewer question comes from David Burgos from Colombia.

Desalination - The answer to water scarcity?

As the global population grows, so does the need for drinking water. It's in short supply in many heavily populated regions. Desalinating could help, but current methods are expensive. Could the process be made more cost effective?

As the global population grows, so does the need for drinking water. It's in short supply in many heavily populated regions. Desalinating could help, but current methods are expensive. Could the process be made more cost effective?

Can the Earth's core be cooled to extinguish its volcanism?

Could the ice at the poles cool down the Earth's molten core enough to extinguish its volcanism? This week's question comes from Samuel Ouma from Uganda.

Could the ice at the poles cool down the Earth's molten core enough to extinguish its volcanism? This week's question comes from Samuel Ouma from Uganda.

How Russian banks got cut out of global finance: A 'SWIFT' system explainer

Several Russian banks were banned from the SWIFT financial-messaging system following Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine. So, what does it mean to lose access to this important part of the international economy, and are there any viable alt

Several Russian banks were banned from the SWIFT financial-messaging system following Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine. So, what does it mean to lose access to this important part of the international economy, and are there any viable alt

The top ten most disastrous volcanic eruptions in history

Hope it will never happen again.

Hope it will never happen again.

These drone shows are incredible and environmentally friendly

Can entertainment be both mind-blowing and eco-friendly?

Can entertainment be both mind-blowing and eco-friendly?

What if you were attacked by a swarm of cicadas?

What if you were bombarded by a plague of some of the noisiest insects on Earth?

What if you were bombarded by a plague of some of the noisiest insects on Earth?

How Russia's invasion of Ukraine may jumpstart a military spending spree in the West

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization, or NATO, has seen a increase in member country spending since Russia annexed Crimea in 2014. The Russian invasion of Ukraine has spurred some countries to even further action.

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization, or NATO, has seen a increase in member country spending since Russia annexed Crimea in 2014. The Russian invasion of Ukraine has spurred some countries to even further action.

What’s it like in space?

NASA astronaut Nicole Stott tells CNBC's Dan Murphy what being in space for three months is like and why on lift-off she wasn't worried for herself.

NASA astronaut Nicole Stott tells CNBC's Dan Murphy what being in space for three months is like and why on lift-off she wasn't worried for herself.

What if: TikTok was banned

CNBC's new series 'What If' takes a look possibilities that never came true. Today, we examine what if TikTok had been banned?

CNBC's new series 'What If' takes a look possibilities that never came true. Today, we examine what if TikTok had been banned?

'No one making less than $400,000 will pay an additional penny in federal taxes,' says President Biden

President Biden delivers remarks on his newly-proposed budget and recent comments about the war in Ukraine.

President Biden delivers remarks on his newly-proposed budget and recent comments about the war in Ukraine.

Why stem cells may be the answer to curing Type 1 diabetes

Over the past 20 years, significant advancements in stem cell research and therapies have made it one of the most promising methods of creating new insulin making cells needed to cure Type 1 diabetes.Vertex Pharmaceuticals recently released data

Over the past 20 years, significant advancements in stem cell research and therapies have made it one of the most promising methods of creating new insulin making cells needed to cure Type 1 diabetes.Vertex Pharmaceuticals recently released data

CNBC Markets Now: March 25, 2022

CNBC Markets Now provides a look at the day's market moves with commentary and analysis from Michael Santoli, CNBC Senior Markets Commentator.

CNBC Markets Now provides a look at the day's market moves with commentary and analysis from Michael Santoli, CNBC Senior Markets Commentator.

Post-Market Wrap: March 25, 2022

CNBC brings you fast, accurate, and actionable business news and market updates.

CNBC brings you fast, accurate, and actionable business news and market updates.

CNBC TechCheck Evening Edition: March 25, 2022

CNBC's TechCheck brings you the latest in tech news from CNBC's 1 Market in the heart of San Francisco.

CNBC's TechCheck brings you the latest in tech news from CNBC's 1 Market in the heart of San Francisco.

Cleveland-Cliffs isn't a growth company, says Steve Weiss

Steve Weiss, Short Hills Capital, joins 'Closing Bell Overtime' to discuss why he sold Cleveland-Cliffs shares.

Steve Weiss, Short Hills Capital, joins 'Closing Bell Overtime' to discuss why he sold Cleveland-Cliffs shares.

Tech and growth are the biggest portfolio risks right now, says Richard Bernstein's Dan Suzuki

Dan Ives, managing director and senior equity research analyst at Wedbush Securities Dan Suzuki, deputy CIO at Richard Bernstein Advisors, join 'Closing Bell Overtime' to debate whether tech where investors should put their money in.

Dan Ives, managing director and senior equity research analyst at Wedbush Securities Dan Suzuki, deputy CIO at Richard Bernstein Advisors, join 'Closing Bell Overtime' to debate whether tech where investors should put their money in.

The U.S. market is resilient despite the headwinds, says BMO's Brian Belski

Brian Belski, BiMO Capital Markets investment strategist and Mad Money host Jim Cramer join 'Closing Bell Overtime' to discuss U.S. markets.

Brian Belski, BiMO Capital Markets investment strategist and Mad Money host Jim Cramer join 'Closing Bell Overtime' to discuss U.S. markets.

Jim Cramer explains his bull case for 'MANGO' stocks

Mad Money host Jim Cramer joins 'Closing Bell Overtime' to discuss why he is bullish on MANGO stocks, which include Marvell Tech, Broadcom, AMD, ADI, Nvidia, Globalfoundries and ON semiconductors.

Mad Money host Jim Cramer joins 'Closing Bell Overtime' to discuss why he is bullish on MANGO stocks, which include Marvell Tech, Broadcom, AMD, ADI, Nvidia, Globalfoundries and ON semiconductors.

Jim Cramer says the bear market is over

Mad Money host Jim Cramer and Brian Belski, BMO Capital Markets investment strategist join 'Closing Bell Overtime' to discuss their outlook of the market.

Mad Money host Jim Cramer and Brian Belski, BMO Capital Markets investment strategist join 'Closing Bell Overtime' to discuss their outlook of the market.

2022 will be a year of divergence for retailers, says BMO Capital's Simeon Siegel

Simeon Siegel, BMO Capital Markets senior retail analyst, joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss his outlook for retail businesses in 2022. He also weighs in his opinions for Under Armor and Peloton.

Simeon Siegel, BMO Capital Markets senior retail analyst, joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss his outlook for retail businesses in 2022. He also weighs in his opinions for Under Armor and Peloton.

Evercore ISI's Mark Mahaney discusses impact of new EU law targeting Big Tech

Mark Mahaney, Evercore ISI head of internet research, joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss how Big Tech companies will be impacted by the new EU law targeting companies like Apple, Google and Meta.

Mark Mahaney, Evercore ISI head of internet research, joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss how Big Tech companies will be impacted by the new EU law targeting companies like Apple, Google and Meta.

Big Ten commissioner discusses how legal betting and NIL deals affect college sports

Kevin Warren, Big Ten Conference commissioner and former Minnesota Vikings COO, joins 'Power Lunch' to discuss how the expansion of sports gambling has affected the NCAA, how the Big Ten is handling name, image and likeness policy and more.

Kevin Warren, Big Ten Conference commissioner and former Minnesota Vikings COO, joins 'Power Lunch' to discuss how the expansion of sports gambling has affected the NCAA, how the Big Ten is handling name, image and likeness policy and more.

Frontier CEO Barry Biffle discusses how to balance surging travel demand with rising jet fuel costs

Barry Biffle, Frontier CEO, joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss how they are dealing with rising jet fuel costs, international travel demand and mask mandates on airlines.

Barry Biffle, Frontier CEO, joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss how they are dealing with rising jet fuel costs, international travel demand and mask mandates on airlines.

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