*Soybeans supported by strong demand led by China. Wheat futures were lower but trimmed losses in the wake of a U.S. Agriculture Department announcement showing a wheat sale to Nigeria and a soybean sale to top importer China.» Read More
Kevin Ferry, Cronus Futures, has an update on today's futures and what investors can expect to see at the open, and hear from the Fed meeting.
James Cordier, Liberty Trading Group principal & founder, explains how a record coffee crop will impact consumers. Sara Senatore, Sanford Bernstein senior analyst, explains how investors can make money from falling coffee prices.
With commodities enjoying a robust start to 2012, some traders are concerned that crude oil and other hard assets are ripe for a fall.
The Squawk on the Street team takes a look at the futures ahead of the market's open, and today's market moving stories.
John Brady, R.J. O'Brien discusses today's trading activity and whether the bulls or bears will be in charge. Brady says, QE 3 will still be on the minds of the Street.
The US market regulator has launched a broad investigation into whether exchanges favor large trading companies at the expense of smaller customers, the Financial Times reports.
A couple of devices that major exchanges use to stop manipulation or extreme volatility in the markets are called "limit up, limit down." CNBC explains what these are and how they work.
Federal prosecutors have charged six alleged members of the Anonymous “hacktivist” group with conspiracy and computer hacking-related crimes after it emerged that an alleged leading member of the collective had turned informant of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Financial Times Reports.
Greece has threatened to default on any of its bondholders who do not take part in a 206 billion euros debt restructuring that officials believe is key to returning Athens to solvency, a move that turns up the heat on potential holdouts ahead of a deadline on Thursday.
Cotton prices soaring on news that India has halted all exports of the commodity until further notice. So, what's the trade on cotton? Jim Iuorio, TJM Institutional Services, weighs in.
Wells Fargo, the US’s largest bank by market value and the epitome of domestically focused American banking, has drawn up plans to build up its international operations.
Greece faces a decisive week in its struggle to avert a sovereign default, with a planned debt swap poised on a knife-edge amid doubts over the level of participation by private bondholders.
Mark Newton, of Greywolf Execution Partners, discusses whether it's a good time to invest in gold following yesterday's 5% dip.
A look at the high price of oil, the companies cashing in on the big rally, and the political fallout that could happen as a result, with CNBC's Bob Pisani, Eamon Javers, and Courtney Reagan.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the high cost of oil and whether speculation is driving prices higher. Also, how to play oil's rise, with Dan Dicker, MercBloc president.
Crude prices hit $109 a barrel today before pulling back. Discussing whether the crude rally is over and how to trade it, with Jeff Kilburg, TreasuryCurve.
Insight on how the rising cost of oil could affect your portfolio, with CNBC's Sharon Epperson & Rick Santelli.
European creditor countries are demanding 38 specific changes in Greek tax, spending and wage policies by the end of this month and have laid out extra reforms that amount to micromanaging the country’s government for two years, according to documents obtained by the Financial Times.
Amelia Bourdeau, Westpac Institutional Bank, discusses why she would be long a commodity currency versus the euro.
Ann Cameron, BNP Paribas, explains why investors should pay more attention to brent crude.
Between GDP, jobs data and earnings, investors will have a lot to chew over this week. But here's what the real driver could be.
The chief investment strategist at the world's largest asset manager says investors need to buy some protection right now.
Chinese gold demand sinks. How to trade gold now, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.
An oil tanker off the coast of Texas may struggle to unload controversial cargo destined for an unknown U.S. buyer.
Move over ExxonMobil, Chevron and ConocoPhillips – there's a new "Big Three" in the U.S. energy sector.
Oil was hit by weak demand in Europe and Asia, and ample supply in the Atlantic basin.