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Traders will be watching the Dow again to see if it can close above the 13,000 mark; Oil prices will also be in focus today as NYMEX crude continues its rise on tensions in the Middle East; Dell's Q4 results came in weaker than expected, and Dollar Tree, TJX, and Toll Brothers among other stocks are expected to report earnings today, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.
Negative sentiment from overseas is affecting US markets with futures pointing to a lower open for Wall Street. European shares were flat in early trade on Wednesday, after upbeat manufacturing data from China and France was offset by continued worries over Greece's ability to undertake austerity measures. Asian shares reversed earlier losses on Wednesday to trade in positive territory, but gains were limited on doubts about the long-term feasibility of the Greek bailout and as concerns grew about rising oil prices.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares his final thoughts of the day and expresses his concern that $5/gallon gas could seriously damage the economy. The current rise is directly attributable to Iran, he says.
The more stuff we produce and consume, says Cramer, the more garbage we create. And that's why it's time to consider Waste Management. A discussion with Waste Management President & CEO David Steiner.
Cramer plants seeds on where Apple could be headed. Are the company's best days behind it or is there still room to grow? A look at the company's technicals. After the company takes a break, it could continue on to Cramer's $550 price target.
EOG Resources is one of Cramer's faves, and EOG Chairman & CEO Mark Papa explains why his company is worth the investment.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer gives his thoughts on Dow 13,000 and why it matters. When the Dow hits key levels, he says, retail investors start to feel like it's safe to get back in.
Dell is down after reporting earnings of 51 cents a share; Brocade shares jump; and Intuit shares rise on a bullish earnings forecast, with CNBC's Kayla Tausche.
The tech sector has significantly outperformed the broader market since the Dow last crossed 13,000 back in May 2008, with CNBC's Jon Fortt.
Uncertainty in Greece still looms over the markets, with Scott Wren, Wells Fargo Advisors, and Jeff Hussey, Russell Investments.
CNBC guests offer their views on the markets and economy.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. The impact of Iran on oil's recent climb.
Steve Neimeth, SunAmerica Asset Mgmt., shares his closing strategy, which includes the cheapest names in the Dow and large banks.
A look at what the charts reveal about Dell ahead of its earnings release, with JC O'Hara, Phoenix Partners, and Aaron Rakers, Stifel Nicolaus.
The Dow's road to 13,000, and a look at financials and commodities, with CNBC's Mary Thompson & Bertha Coombs.
Andy Wolf, BB&T Capital Markets, explains his hold rating on Whole Foods and discusses why he likes Hain Celestial.
As the Dow hovers around the 13,000 level, David Sowerby, Loomis Sayles & Co., and Phil Orlando, Federated Investors, discuss whether the rally can sustain itself.
Gold prices are up more than 12% year-to-date, with Dennis Gartman, The Gartman Letter, and the Fast Money team.
Discussing the U.S. economy's squeeze on the consumer, with Gary Rodkin, ConAgra Foods chairman/president/CEO.
The Dow passes 13,000 and falls back, reports CNBC's Mandy Drury. Time will tell, she says, where the market goes from here. The Dow hasn't hit 13,000 since May 2008. Gasoline the highest it's ever been this time of year. Home Depot shares hit highest level since May 2002. Wal-Mart shares are lower, however, as Q4 net falls 15 percent due to higher costs.