Bill Nygren, Oakmark Fund, explains why Apache, Bank of America and Google will be winners in 2015.» Read More
The Futures Now team discusses what the sell off in copper means for stocks.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on Bank of America's earnings miss.
The latest selloff in gold was right up there with the stock-market crash of 1987 as scary market events go. And if investors don't get some answers, it may continue.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Yahoo's quarterly earnings could disappoint, Darren Chervitz of the Jacob Internet Fund says.
Gold could have farther to fall, Nomura's Tyler Broda says.
Watch underperforming sectors for bargains, Josh Brown of Fusion Analytics says.
The Futures Now team discusses crude's 5 percent decline this year.
One commodity appears interesting now, Jack Caffrey of JP Morgan Private Bank Equity says.
The drop in gold prices could mean an opportunity for bulls, Mark Fisher of MBF Clearing says.
Large flows out of gold ETFs draged down commodity prices, Queen Anne's Gate Capital CIO Kathleen Kelley says.
The price of gold could have farther to fall, Joe Terranova of Virtus Investment Partners says.
Is the worst finally over for beleaguered department store JC Penney?
Where will money go next, as the market pulls back from all time highs? What's the set up for the week ahead?
Investors put a record $70 billion into ETF's last quarter. Where's all that money going, exactly? With Daniel Gamba, iShares Americas Institutional Business Head.
Top executives at Facebook appear to be dividing their attentions. Is social media still the top priority at Facebook?
If you missed the rally don't just stand there kicking yourself. The pros say it's not too late.
The best way to play Facebook's pullback, with the FMHR traders. And, Andrew Wellington, Lyrical Asset Management, explains how his "bottom-up" trades are beating the markets.
The Futures Now team discusses the play on the drop in gas prices.
PC shipments fell 14 percent from last year; the steepest decline since they started tracking the industry. Can anything save these stocks?