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CNBC's Bob Pisani says growth concerns in U.S. and geopolitical uncertainties contributed to today's market selloff.
Entrepreneur Liz Hollingsworth; David Meyers, Common Man Investor LLC; and Ben Becker, University of Missouri MBA student, discuss today's selloff and share their investment strategies.
The FM traders look at stocks to buy on the dip including Verizon, Google, Whole Foods and BlackBerry.
The big jobs report - set to be released Friday morning - could be a lose-lose situation for stocks which already have had a rough week.
Craig Irwin, Wedbush Securities; Lynn Tilton, Patriarch Partners; and John Thompson, Vilas Capital CEO and CIO, dissect Tesla's quarterly numbers. Tilton says she wouldn't bet against Elon Musk.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at the myriad of factors contributing to today's selloff.
Erwin Sanft, Head of China & HK Equity Research at Standard Chartered, says credit supply data is crucial for Chinese equity markets. He expects a pick-up in money supply going forward.
Jesper Bargmann, Head of Trading Markets, Singapore at Nordea, says the participation rate in Friday's nonfarm payrolls report will be key.
Neri Zliber, Visiting Scholar, Washington Institute for Near East Policy, says a shift away from Hamas rule and a re-imposition of Palestinian Authority (PA) rule could improve the situation in Gaza.
European shares opened lower on Friday with investors looking ahead to key jobs data due out from the United States.
Pierre Aubouin, CFO of Areva, says the nuclear industry is "not in crisis" and expects the install base to increase over the next year.
Duncan Farr, banks specialist at Macquarie Group, says it will be tough for Banco Espirito Santo to raise the required fresh capital it needs.