Digging into Thursday's market action, with Jeff Kilburg of KKM Financial, and Jim Iuorio, TJM Institutional Services.» Read More
TOKYO, Jan 23- The Nikkei stock average reversed early gains to end 0.8 percent lower on Thursday after a survey showed manufacturing activity in China, one of Japan's top trading partners, contracted in January for the first time in six months. The Nikkei ended 125.07 points lower at 15,695.89, breaking below its five-day moving average of 15,737.79.
HONG KONG, Jan 22- China shares had their best day in two months on Wednesday as volumes surged, with the battered property sector leading an extension of a rebound as cash rates eased further in the mainland. Gains came in the strongest Shanghai volumes since Dec. 16 that was also nearly 40 percent above its 20- day moving average.
Dan Fitzpatrick, StockmarketMentor.com president & technical analyst, takes a look at the charts to get a technical read on Twitter. Also a look at why Fitzpatrick likes the biotech sector.
We are seeing weak demand for the precious metal, says Kathleen Kelley, Queen Anne's Gate Capital Management, explaining why she suggests shorting gold in the new year, and likes the play in copper.
Dhiren Sarin, Director-Technical Strategy at Barclays, says the twp-year U.S. treasury note had room to rise initially, but the bleak jobs report put a lid on that.
CNBC's Jeff Cox thinks the Fed will move their unemployment target as early as January; and Jon Hilsenrath, Wall Street Journal, provides perspective.
How the jobs report impacted trading in equities and bonds, and what it will mean for Fed policy, with Dan Greenhaus, BTIG, and Cardiff Garcia. With Fast Money's Guy Adami.
CNBC's Sheila Dharmarajan reports Nasdaq is continuing to investigate a technical issue.
*Platts' Jonathan Kingsman sees bearish sugar market tone. NEW YORK/ LONDON, Jan 9- ICE raw sugar futures prices on ICE dropped to a 3-1/ 2 year low on Thursday in their biggest two-day rout since September, extending a long-term downtrend on chart-based selling, currency pressure, and excess supplies.
Discussing the debate between the markets and the Fed, and the forecast for rates, with Bob Doll of Nuveen Asset Management.
Economists are upping their expectations for U.S. growth, reports CNBC's Steve Liesman. 12 forecasters surveyed by CNBC upped their Q4 growth outlook.
NEW YORK, Jan 2- U.S. crude oil futures fell $3 minutes before the close of trading on Thursday, pressured by expectations for a build in inventories at the benchmark delivery point and a cut in fuel demand that drove prices below a key technical level.
Has the market factored in a near-term taper? Art Cashin of UBS, shares his economic forecast.
Looking ahead to Fed policy in 2014, and at what level interest rates may be, with BlackRock's Jeff Rosenberg.
What to watch for in tomorrow's trading session, with Oliver Pursche, Gary Goldberg Financial Services; Brian Evans, Bond Street Wealth Management; and Guy Adami, CNBC Fast Money trader.
CHICAGO, Nov. 25- Sometimes the very name of a fund sounds like a security blanket if you're a risk-averse investor. There is more than $200 billion invested in them, according to Strategic Insight, up from $31 billion in 2006. While "managed volatility" isn't well defined, these funds provide a strategy that dampens volatility over time.
Barry Knapp of Barclays, says he is still seeing investors buying equities, but there is "renewed interest in emerging markets," and whether the bullish sentiment is a bad sign.
CNBC's David Faber speaks with Philippe Laffont, Coatue Management founder and CIO at the Robin Hood Foundation's investors' conference, about whether we're seeing another internet bubble.
*Japan's Nikkei bucks regional downtrend on weaker yen, pension fund shift. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan shed about 1.3 percent to its lowest point since middle of last week.
What to watch for in tomorrow's trading session, with Michael Chadwick, Chadwick Financial Advisors; Ron Heller, Peritus Asset Management; and Laif Meidell, American Wealth Management.