CNBC Business News and Finance

CNBC Business News and Finance

By NBCUniversal Media, LLC

  • Category: Finance
  • Release Date: 2010-12-06
  • Current Version: 4.5.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 131.73 MB
  • Developer: NBCUniversal Media, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 4
From 30,149 Ratings


Access the power of CNBC on your iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch! Get fast, accurate and actionable business news, financial information, and market data. Plus stay on top of the market no matter where you are with breaking news alerts. **Awarded Best Smartphone App (2016 SIPAwards) Download CNBC to: - Get real-time stock market quotes and global market data. - Track your stocks in customizable Watchlists on any mobile device and on your desktop. - Get breaking news alerts so you’re always the first to know. - View pre-market and after-hours trading data, plus interactive charts with event data and customizable time frames. - Watch CNBC anytime by streaming live TV or full show episodes on demand (U.S. only). You can also stream to your TV with AirPlay. - Subscribe to CNBC PRO to unlock even more content. Start your 30-day free trial today! See below for more info. We also offer accessibility features like VoiceOver and font adjustment for Apple Watch. --- About CNBC TV: Watch our daytime shows: “Squawk Box,” “Mad Money,” “Closing Bell,” “Halftime Report,” “Power Lunch,” “Fast Money” and more. Or your primetime favorites: “Jay Leno’s Garage,” “The Profit,” “Shark Tank,” “Million Dollar Buyer,” “Secret Lives of the Super Rich” and more. Watch by streaming live TV or full show episodes on demand (U.S. only). Unlock it all by logging in with your cable or satellite subscription. --- About CNBC PRO: In-depth access to Wall Street gives you the edge to invest like a PRO. - Monitor live global market coverage. - Learn from the experts who do it best. - Uncover big data trends and opportunities. $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 For Terms of Use, please go to For Market Data Terms of Service, please go to



  • Very useful!

    By Sabiecat
    This app provides useful financial info. Some have complained of liberal bias in the news articles. Haven't seen anything concerning myself. But would think the news should stay financially oriented and avoid political interpretations as much as possible. However, stock prices DO change based in part on current political climate & events. Stock prices ARE affected by interpretation of US stability, which is in fact related to interpretation of US government stability.
  • Stick to financial matters

    By Macintosh0226
    Anything political written has been left leaning...stick to financial reporting. I using other sources more now like stock charts etc.
  • I love CNBC! Stock prices and business news at my fingertips

    By UthBuild
    I love this app!
  • Very useful app.

    By A RDR
    CNBC useful app. I refer to the CNBC news and data several times a day. Keeps me current on prices and news. I said this before and I say it again. Go CNBC♥
  • Awesome app

    By Free2hang
    Real time breaking news and stock pricing is on point.
  • Works well & Easy to use

    By ponderevo
    Very user-friendly and well-designed.
  • Very well organized app

    By JenFromNY
    5 star app
  • Great All Around Biz News/Market App

    By Arby787
    I manage my own portfolio and love the app; keeps me up to date on breaking news, the videos are quite useful although do not include whole Halftime Report shows, only segments. Given that it is CNBC, great exclusive interviews are included constantly. Graphs are passable although weak in terms of indicators available and functionality (but ok for the price!). I like the Yahoo app better for graphs and watchlists, although news is much weaker than at CNBC. I tend to use both.
  • A First Read

    By AZReader
    In order to find out what's going on, the CNBC app is a "first read" every morning.
  • Love CNBC, but

    By nutz4seabrook
    I thoroughly enjoy and respect CNBC - the station and the app - for my business news. I think the app is terrific and would have given it 5 Stars if it weren't for the Pro version. I understand the reasons why it exists, but I refuse to pay for news and interviews. Now if Pro had special context - shows, personalities and the like - I might purchase it, but from the headline feeds - it's nothing more than much of the same at a price. If the plan is to migrate shows and more content that are currently on CNBC to pro, I will go elsewhere. We leaned in physics that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.