*Build in U.S. inventories may see price break $50/ bbl. Brent crude oil futures rose 50 cents to $51.83 a barrel by 1250 GMT, but down from an intraday high of $52.03 and down from Wednesday's one-month high at $53.15. "There was a hiccup with the U.S. data this week, but production is still expected to continue to slow," Saxo Bank commodities strategist Ole Hansen said.» Read More
Is oil's plunge due to the Saudi price cut? CNBC's Mandy Drury and "Futures Now" Traders, Jeff Kilburg, Jim Iuorio and Anthony Grisanti, have the play on oil's new low. OPEC is sending a loud signal, says Oppenheimer's Fadel Gheit on why he would not rule out $60 oil.
How significant the Saudi Arabia price cut is to commodities, with the Future Now crew.
Michael Kors and Priceline both reported earnings beats, but slowing growth could sour momentum traders on the stocks.
Stocks pop then drop as markets call Saudi Arabia's bluff when it says it's going to raise oil prices.
About 75 percent of the S&P 500 has reported, and Q3 earnings growth is likely to hit 10 percent, but companies are revising down Q4 and 2015 earnings estimates.
The Bank of Japan delighted markets with a stimulative surprise. Will the European Central Bank be next?
Japan's Government Pension Investment Fund announced it will put half its assets in stocks and cut its holdings of government bonds, boosting global markets.
The NYSE's Securities Information Processor (SIP), which consolidates quote and trade data for NYSE-listed stocks, went down Thursday.
There's only one thing that matters for gold right now, Jim Iuorio argues.
CME was not aware of any specific cause for the delay but was investigating.
John Lekas of Leader Capital isn't sweating the end of quantitative easing. In fact, he's wondering why anyone ever thought it mattered.
Stocks are up despite weak market internals. Much of the Dow's gain is due to Visa and utilities are leading the S&P 500.
Why is gold down so sharply today? Jim Iuorio explains that it's all about the U.S. dollar. With CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.
Gold is getting crushed. CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Trader have the precious metal play as gold falls below $1,200. And a look at bullion's next move.
You can't fight a rally, argue Brian Stutland and Jim Iuorio. Why -- and how -- they're playing for a year-end stock surge, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders take a look at what's pushing markets near record levels. Also a money-making trade on the S&P 500.
John Lekas of Leader Capital said QE was a non-event, but that doesn't mean investors shouldn't be concerned about what's ahead for markets. With CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.
Can rates finally rise now that QE is over? The bond market disagrees with the stock market, says John Lekas, Leader Capital, explaining why the Fed is out of bullets and will likely raise rates too quickly. And CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders, Brian Stutland and Jim Iuorio, both at the CME, discuss how to make money in the 10-year Treasury.
The Futures Now team discusses the correlation between the U.S. dollar and silver stories.
What will matter to the markets next week -- and what's the best way to trade it? Brian Stutland and Jim Iuorio discuss with Jackie DeAngelis.
The year isn't over yet but T. Boone Pickens says his prediction for $70 oil by year end isn't looking good. Here's why.
The current recovery in oil prices could prove to be nothing more than a short-lived "dead cat bounce," analysts have warned.
Peru is increasingly being hailed as Latin America's secret success story.