The USDA's crop report came in lower than expected, and traders are tracking the volatility, with CME trader Chris Gersch and Chris Narayanan, Societe Generale.» Read More
Beef demand is up, and supplies are down, reports CNBC's Jane Wells. One California rancher Bud Sloan is having to buy feed because of the drought, and has cut his herd nearly in half.
Philippe Van Den Abeele, managing director at Castalia Fund Management, says it's "extremely tough" for shippers at the moment due to over-supply and the commodity "swing factor".
Jerry Gulke, Gulke Group president discusses what he expects to see from today's USDA Supply and Demand Report, with CNBC's Rick Santelli.
Better-than-expected job growth equals stronger energy demand, reports CNBC's Sharon Epperson.
While housing demand is back, there just aren't enough homes to sell, reports CNBC's Diana Olick. Bob Wetenhall, RBC Capital Markets, explains which homebuilders he is betting on.
Tom Forte, Telsey Advisory Group analyst, shares his bullish call on Apple over the long-term, as the stock briefly slips below the $400 level.
There appears to be a huge supply and demand problem at the grand tournament, as many sports enthusiasts can't find tickets to get into the tournament, reports CNBC's Brian Shactman.
China's exports are taking Wall Street by surprise, soaring nearly 22 percent in February, with Jing Ulrich, Deutsche Bank. "In 2012 and 2013, we're basically expecting Chinese private consumption to be the most important driver for GDP," she says.
Wine is the one thing California does right. CNBC's Jane Wells reports on new record numbers for wine exports.
As financial stocks rally, technical analyst JC O'Hara says his charts show more gains to come. Fundamental analyst Heather Hughes isn't as bullish on the sector. (3:37)
Neil Atkinson, director of energy research at Datamonitor, tells CNBC that numbers from China suggest that oil demand growth is quite strong there, as it is in India but it remains weak in the OECD.
Despite the historic drought of 2012, more corn is expected, reports CNBC's Jane Wells. It is still the lowest amount in well over a decade.
Tim Seymour of EmergingMoney.com, and a "Fast Money" regular, explains why he is a "China bull."
If you are looking for a hot and hidden housing play, maybe you should check out housing REITs. Ken Cruse, Sunstone president & CEO and Michael D. Barnello, LaSalle Hotel Properties president & CEO, discuss the hotel business.
Patrick Lockwood-Taylor, Procter & Gamble, explains how the current flu epidemic is impacting supply and demand for over-the-counter medicines.
China reported stronger-than-expected exports. Stephen Gallagher, Societe Generale, discusses whether there are hidden risks in its market, and what a hard landing would mean for the global economy.
Certain sectors would be hit harder than others in the event of a sharp downturn in China this year, Societe Generale's Stephen Gallagher says.
Dr Henning Meyer, senior visiting fellow at the London School of Economics, tells CNBC why the German export based economy is at real risk.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson reports the next decade is crucial for the U.S. in reaching energy independence; and discussing what investors can expect from energy prices in 2013, with Jason Gammel, Macquarie Securities.
Jack Gerard, American Petroleum Institute CEO and president, explains why he believes maintaining a free trade is critical to continued U.S. energy security.