Keith McCullough, CEO Hedgeye Risk Management, discusses what's happening in China and Russia, and says he's back to bullish on U.S. stocks in the intermediate term.
There was a little progress to celebrate in Europe but that doesn't mean the end of volatility, says Hank Smith, chief investment officer, Haverford Investments. With Clem Chambers, CEO of ADVFN.
Trading the euro while European leaders try to resolve the European debt crisis. Also, other currencies investors should be considering, with Willie Williams, Societe Generale director, institutional derivatives sales.
Reports that the billionaire investor bought $2 billion of European bonds formerly owned by MF Global. Insight with Greg Zuckerman, Wall Street Journal senior writer.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera takes a look at the latest news out of Brussels, insight on how to trade the euro, with Louise Cooper, BGC Partners, and the Fast Money traders share the financials to watch.
CNBC's Mandy Drury looks at the upward move in the U.S. markets, partially due to the EU agreement. And lower gas prices bring about a rise in consumer confidence.
Finland's finance minister threatened to pull her country out of the euro zone's future bailout fund if decisions on how it operates are made by majority vote rather than the EU's current rule of unanimity, according to public broadcaster YLE.
European leaders talk, China creates an investment fund - it's time for your FX Fix.
Weighing in on why China will not save Europe, Jim Chanos, Kynikos Associates, who adds that China's reserve fund is not free money.
The UK had no choice but to opt out of further treaty changes and did the right thing by exercising its veto, analysts told CNBC Friday.
British Prime Minister David Cameron is facing criticisms of leaving the UK isolated after he said he would not agree to a new European Union treaty.
Investors await the final outcome of the European leaders' summit with lowered expectations, after Thursday's stream of disappointments out of Europe rattled markets.
Hopes for the EU summit are fading, sellers of euros abound and the European Central Bank's Mario Draghi disappointed today — but here's why the euro could move higher.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera and Simon Hobbs report the EU leaders are determined to strengthen the bailout mechanisms, and Germany has rejected allowing EFSF and ESM to run at the same time.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabera has late breaking news from the European summit. EU leaders are determined to have a new fiscal union.
Germany is correct to insist that going forward, European member states need to commit to a binding fiscal policy and Sarkozy needs to swallow hard and accept that European institutions will have a strong say. But good fiscal policy is the ticket to the main event, not the show itself.
Don't be surprised if gold falls to $1,700, according to some traders. When it comes to what markets wanted to hear from the European Central Bank it was all about money printing.
Today, the Bank of England left rates and quantitative easing on hold as Governor King decides to wait before more additional easing measures are taken and says that the events in Europe are beyond his control.
Insight on where the economy and markets are headed, with Dan Greenhaus, BTIG and Diane Swonk, Mesirow Financial.
ECB President Mario Draghi has almost completely closed-off the prospect of aggressive bond buying from the European Central Bank or the prospect of quantitative easing.