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Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The promise of more monetary easing around the world and an extension of Thursday's crude rally were factors helping propel global markets this morning.
U.S. stock futures were lower this morning, after Wednesday's wild ride on Wall Street, which saw the Dow travel 1,000 points.
If fed-funds futures are any indication, the Fed might have to roll back its rate hike, says Ron Isana.
Adobe's Digital Index found that online sales hit a record $83 billion in November and December, easily beating the firm's expectations.
A correction has stocks swimming in a sea of red, but one measure of fear has remained unusually calm.
"You have to close the stores that don't work," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a sharply lower open on Friday after disappointing U.S. data and the Chinese stock market and crude prices plunged.
Wal-Mart will close 269 stores across the globe, 154 of which are in the U.S.
The correction isn't the end of the six-year-plus bull market, strategist Tom Lee says.
Whether retailers like it or not, shoppers are raising the stakes of the game: they want to shop online and pick up in store.
Wal-Mart shares are doing something pretty unusual this year: They're rising.
Peter Baum, CFO and COO of Essex Manufacturing, which does business in China doesn't see China's slowdown ending anytime soon.
The economy appears to be growing, but the market is hinting at a different economic picture, says Ron Insana.
Just how bad was the market's beginning of the year? Let's go to the numbers.
U.S. stocks closed about 1 percent lower, ending the year's first trading week with sharp losses as concerns about China persisted.
As rising home values encourage consumers to spend more on their residences, two retailers have failed to latch onto the trend.
Despite the volatility this week, bull Tom Lee still expects the S&P 500 to rise to 2,300 this year, and he has four stocks that could lead the way.
U.S. stocks closed narrowly mixed Tuesday, stabilizing after a sharply lower start to the year, amid pressure from declines in oil prices and Apple stock.
Wal-Mart faces a lawsuit claiming store employees negligently allowed an underage, drunk customer to buy a box of bullets later used in three murders.