European markets are doing well, despite the recent clashes between Greece and the euro zone.
The IPO business could gain momentum despite its slow start in 2015.
Tough to predict where oil is heading
S&P futures moved on reports the EU Commission will offer Greece bailout extension.
Citi calls the recent rise in oil "a head-fake."
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said Monday Greece will not seek an extension of its current bailout.
After a strong jobs report, market response not so enthusiastic.
The jobs report gives the Fed reason to cut rates, and bears say equities have had problems in recent years when rates begin to rise.
Floor-based options trading is a more complicated business.
AutoNation, Group 1 Automotive, and O'Reilly reported strong earnings, but retail is mixed.
Commodity prices and bond yields might be finding a floor, but falling earnings estimates create concerns for Q1.
The news on oil is still mostly bearish but analysts and strategists are again trying to call a bottom.
ExxonMobil on Monday slashed its share buyback and reported Q4 earnings per share that were down about 18 percent from the same period a year ago.
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Stocks have been off to a rocky start, but that is now starting to change as we enter the heart of earnings season.
What happens when the ECB gets aggressive?
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If the goal is to weaken the euro to make it more competitive, then the European Central Bank's bond-buying program is a success at the outset.
Traders won't be content with $500 billion in ECB bond-buying. Some want $1 trillion, or an open-ended QE program.
There are several macro issues that are weighing on the markets, Bob Pisani says.