Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a great way to keep track of updated content that interests you. With RSS, you have complete control over what topics you see and how often your news feed is updated. Many other sites use RSS as well, so you can use it to keep up to date with blogs, videos from your favorite shows, and anything else that an RSS feed exists for.
How do I use RSS feeds?
First, you need a news reader. News readers come in almost every form you can imagine, including web-based and mobile versions. Then, you simply load whichever RSS feeds interest you into your reader. You now have easy access to the latest headlines, stories, blog posts, and whatever else you can find. CNBC provides one-click access for several of the most popular news readers.
What if I use a different news reader?
All you have to do is right-click on the name of the feed below, select "copy shortcut" or "copy link location," and paste the link into the relevant spot in your news reader (on a Mac, either click and hold or control-click). That's it; you should now be receiving the latest updates from the service of your choice.
Where can I find CNBC RSS feeds?
Besides this page, you can find them anywhere on our site where you see the RSS logo:
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