CNBC: Stock Market & Business

CNBC: Stock Market & Business

By NBCUniversal Media, LLC

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2010-12-06
  • Current IOS App Version: 5.0.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 105.96 MB
  • IOS App Developer: NBCUniversal Media, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 266,490 IOS App Ratings

Description

**NEW & IMPROVED, REDESIGNED, MORE POWERFUL CNBC APP** CNBC has a new app that brings the world of Wall Street to you with breaking news alerts, watchlists, global market data and CNBC TV. Access the power of CNBC to get the latest business, tech, finance news and more! Below are some of the new features added for you: - Daily Live TV Free Preview – Watch a daily free preview of CNBC's live TV stream - Personalized News Alerts – Choose alerts by category: Technology, Economy and more - Customizable News Section – Create your own customized news feed by selecting your favorite topics, and save stories for later - "For You" News – Personalized recommendations based on your interests - Quotes – More powerful interactive charts and quote data - More Watchlists – Add up to 100 watchlists, each with up to 100 quotes - iPad Multitasking with Picture in Picture - Watch CNBC TV while browsing other apps - Enhanced Search – Search for companies and add them to your watchlist, or view news - all in one screen - Podcasts & Live Audio, with CarPlay – Listen to CNBC podcasts and live audio, in the app and in the car with CarPlay As always, CNBC lets you view pre-market and after-hours trading data, including charts with customizable time frames, indicators and styles. **Awarded Best Smartphone App (2016 SIPAwards) Financial News & More - Free U.S. live stream previews daily to stay informed on stock news and updates - Live stream news with CNBC TV for up-to-the-minute market information while you’re on the go - Watch CNBC anytime by streaming full show episodes (U.S. only) and video clips on demand - Listen to podcasts while browsing news and stock information or while in your CarPlay supported car Market & Business News Coverage Get all the news you need in one app with CNBC, including: - 24-hour coverage of global stock markets - Top business news - Economic analysis and official advisor opinions - Personal finance - Technology - Politics - Energy - Healthcare - And more Market Insight & Stocks - Create and track your favorite company stocks in real-time with custom watchlists - Real-time stock quotes, interactive charts and customizable time frames help you make smart investment decisions - View pre-market and after-hours trading data - Monitor Cryptocurrencies 24/7 Customized Finance Data & Alerts - Create customized alerts by category to keep up with the latest market changes - Edit and customize the news tab to follow topics relevant to your interests - Customize watchlists for the stocks you follow and sync them across all iOS devices For You Section - Personalized recommendations based on your Watchlists and viewing habits - News and video information for the trading and finance information that matters to you Accessibility - Text size adjustments - VoiceOver Download the CNBC app for up-to-the-minute news and insight today. --- CNBC PRO - Start your 30-day free trial today! - Subscribe to CNBC PRO to unlock even more content. - Monitor live global coverage in various markets. - Learn from advisers and experts who do it best. - Uncover big data trends and opportunities. - Watch by streaming live TV or full show episodes on demand (U.S. only). - Watch our daytime shows: “Squawk Box,” “Mad Money,” “Closing Bell,” “Halftime Report,” “Power Lunch,” “Fast Money.” --- CNBC Pro Prices: $299.99 annually + 30-day free trial $29.99 monthly Your subscription will be charged to your iTunes account and will automatically renew through iTunes unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of your current period. You can manage your CNBC PRO subscription through your iTunes account. For the Privacy Policy, please go to http://www.nbcuniversal.com/privacy/mobile-apps/ For Terms of Use, please go to http://www.cnbc.com/nbcuniversal-terms-of-service/?%24DEVICE%24=mobile-native For Market Data Terms of Service, please go to http://www.cnbc.com/market-data-terms-of-service/?%24DEVICE%24=mobile-native

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Reviews

  • Streaming

    5
    By Rayanirish
    Please we want you to live stream CNBC in Saudi Arabia
  • Review

    5
    By m p reddy
    CNBC provides me timely information about index futures and stock information. Love the format and easy to read stock tables, graphics and short videos about stocks
  • Too few articles

    3
    By 12544444444
    Too few articles
  • Bookmarks

    1
    By labs iwnxbsjao db
    I have been using this app for years, usually good. The fact that I can't find my bookmarks is ridiculous. I even look it up on the internet with zero helpful information. This is a simple feature that should be intuitive, you need to be better.
  • CNBC

    4
    By Comm 57
    Only negative = very politically biased.
  • Stream blowssssss

    1
    By JDJr1587
    I wish I could rate this lower than 1 Star the streaming is embarrassing
  • CNBC

    3
    By watashii ni
    I enjoy most of the articles when they are reporting facts about companies, what I dislike is the liberal reporters who slant articles due to their left leaning views
  • Works great!

    5
    By therealJoeF
    Love having the ability to listen to CNBC on the go! A quick go to source for headlines and to see how the market is doing. Honestly I use this app throughout my day.
  • Liberal slant

    1
    By Silent Majority in Texas
    Too many articles have a partisan liberal slant, starting with headlines.
  • Jim Cramer?

    1
    By Industrial Emgineer
    Jim Cramer in March 2008 - “No! No! No! Bear Stearns is fine. Bear Stearns is not in trouble. If anything, they’re more likely to be taken over. Don’t move your money from Bear. That’s just being silly. Don’t be silly.” One week later Bear Sterns infamously collapsed. Cramer also allowed the criminal sociopath Elizabeth Holmes on his show in 2015. She then uttered her infamous “first they think you’re crazy, then they fight you, then you change the world” insanity. Her Theranos scheme collapsed, she is now awaiting trial for fraud. CNBC is still using this gyrating loudmouth as an analyst?

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