Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
U.S. stock futures were sharply higher this morning, with a big move in premarket Nasdaq trading on a trio of tech titans. China's central bank cut interest rates this morning.
U.S. futures extended gains after the Chinese central bank cut interest rates for the sixth time since last November.
Amazon, Microsoft and Alphabet soared after earnings Thursday, and some CNBC "Fast Money" traders said it could be time to sell.
The three tech earnings beats are a positive in an earnings season that has been fairly lackluster.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: Alphabet, Amazon, Skechers & more.
Jim Cramer saw an unusual group controlling the market on Thursday, and he's OK with it.
Amazon's Web Services revenue grew by 78 percent, while its sales in North America rose nearly 30 percent.
The Amazon CEO made another massive paper gain on Thursday after the company crushed earnings expectations.
The yield on two-year notes hit session lows after the Treasury Department said it will delay an upcoming auction of two-year debt supply.
The "Halftime Report" traders give their trades for the second half.
With “Star Wars”, “Avengers” and “Spectre” hitting screens in 2015, the chief executive of IMAX is confident it will be a blockbuster year for cinema.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a sharply higher open on Thursday.
Amazon set to report earnings Thursday after the bell. RBC's Mark Mahaney lays out the most important things he's watching ahead of the report.
U.S. stock futures were higher this morning, with the market trying to avoid its first three-session losing streak of October.
On a day filled with "Back to the Future" fanfare, "Fast Money" traders chose their best bets to play the decades ahead.
Three Dow components and dozens of other companies will report earnings Thursday morning.
The company's co-founder said he wanted to "reset" the relationship with developers, and solicited feedback on how they could improve the platform.
Starbucks' tax deal with the Dutch authorities and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles'
On the heels of the holiday shopping season, commentary from these tech powerhouses could be clues on the state of consumer spending.