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Mad Money host Jim Cramer say that lately U.S. companies have been telling us that they aren't concerned by troubles in Europe.
Fast Money trader Tim Seymour explains why TOT is his trade of the day.
David Lee, co-founder & managing partner at SV Angel, says Twitter content reaches consumers more efficiently than Facebook.
Brian Kelly, Shelter Harbor Capital, offers insight on whether you should buy into these liquidity rumors that sent stocks higher today. "I think the trade is done," he adds.
Stephen Weiss, Short Hills Capital Partners, says that Qualcomm's lack of supply could result in losing iPhones share.
An unexpected bullish nat gas storage report sent related stocks soaring today, with the Fast Money traders. And stocks closed sharply higher on reports that central banks could take coordinated action to provide liquidity if needed after the Greek election, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
Should investors expect more wild action in tomorrow's market? Chad Morganlander, Stifel Nicolaus; John Spallanzani, GFI Group; and Rick Fier, Conifer Securities, share their opinions.
A big day for the markets, but is this rally for real? Joe Dear, CalPERS CIO, weighs in. "[Markets] are in a pessimistic phase, we will work through the credit excess, and then we will be in a more optimistic phase," says Dear.
What could happen if the central banks coordinate to provide liquidity? Peter Boockvar, Miller Tabak and Dan Greenhaus, BTIG, weigh in. "This reminds me of that magic candle that you blow out and it flares back up again" says Boockvar.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera breaks down what could happen if the Greek's elect Alexis Tsipras.
The markets surged into the close of today's trading session since late day news of a possible coordination of the central banks was announced, with David Sowerby, Loomis Sales; Ben Pace, Deutsche Bank; and the "Closing Bell" crew. CNBC's Steve Liesman also reports on news from the Bank of England.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets and looks at where oil and precious metals are likely headed tomorrow.
What's behind the market's afternoon pop? Omar Aguilar, Charles Schwab Investment Management; Anthony Chan, JPMorgan Private Bank; and Stephanie Link, TheStreet, weigh in.
Volatility is back in full swing on news the central banks may coordinate to provide enough liquidity if needed, with Steven Rosen, Societe Generale and Walter Zimmerman, United ICAP.
Discussing the global slowdown, with Ed Butowsky of Chapwood Investments and the "Closing Bell" crew.
Reuters is reporting the central banks are on standby to ensure enough cash enters the system if needed after the Greek election and the market is seeing big moves, with the "Closing Bell" crew and Ed Butowsky of Chapwood Investments.
Discussing today's market action, with Ed Butowsky, Chapwood Investments, and CNBC's "Closing Bell" crew.
Where should investors go for returns in the market right now? Omar Aguilar, Charles Schwab Investments Management and Matt Cheslock, Virtu Financials, offer insight.
Pier 1 Imports raises its fiscal 2013 outlook and is popping almost 5%. CNBC's Jim Cramer, Brian Sullivan and Herb Greenberg debate over whether analysts need more conviction in their stock ratings. Meanwhile Cramer relaxes in Pier 1 Import's Papasan Chair to take a breather.
According to United Technologies CFO, the airlines are conserving cash and it is having an impact on jet engine parts sales, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.