Oil prices are on the rise but should quickly reverse course if the military tensions between Israel and Hamas subside.
Discussing what's causing the rally in the markets, with Art Cashin, UBS; Mark Luschini, Janney Montgomery Scott; Gene Peroni, Advisors Asset Management; and CNBC's Rick Santelli.
"Pinterest" is making a big push to change the shopping game, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin. John Harrington, Harrington Investments president & CEO, provides perspective.
"Most professional advisors have a background in evaluating companies, industries, economies. It's not in politics, and politics is what dominating the markets over the last couple of years," one pro says.
Shares of Sina Corp. are up on reports that Alibaba Group is considering buying a stake in Sina's Weibo - the Chinese version of Twitter, reports CNBC's Amanda Drury.
Apple's selloff is "insanely insane," said one analyst, arguing that the company's fundamentals should bring the stock's decline to an end soon.
NBC's Ayman Mohyeldin reports Israel's top security officials are going to be convening within the hour to discuss possible offers by Egyptian mediators; and Helima Croft, Barclays senior geopolitical analyst, discusses the potential threat to the oil market.
Stocks may have staged a rally on Monday, but investors should remain wary since there's no deal yet on the country's fiscal problems, Scott Freeze, president of Street One Financial, told CNBC’s “Power Lunch.”
Goldman Sachs suggests the S&P 500 may sell off before the end of the year. Matt McCormick, Bahl and Gaynor Investment and Steve Massocca, Wedbush Securities, provide perspective.
A political call for monetary easing is roiling the yen and upending traders' longstanding risk-based strategies.
CNBC's John Carney and Michelle Caruso-Cabrera discuss how worries over the fiscal cliff are impacting U.S. company investments, and just who really is to blame for Hostess going bankrupt.
Facebook is denying reports it's in talks to partner with Yahoo on search, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
President Obama met with CEOs to discuss a solution on the fiscal cliff, and Nation Urban League CEO Marc Morial, provides perspective on the meeting.
Intel's CEO Paul Otellini is retiring in May of next year. CNBC's Jon Fortt reports the challenges for his successor will be in smartphones and in tablets.
Discussing what a deal on the fiscal cliff might look like, and how the timeline could play out, with Rep. Adam Smith (D-WA).
CNBC's senior economics reporter Steve Liesman explains who would fall the hardest if the U.S. went over the fiscal cliff.
The FMHR traders discuss their final trades of the hour.
As tensions in the Middle East intensify, what impact will rising oil prices have on the currency market? Todd Gordon, Aspen Trading, offers insight.
The FMHR traders discuss whether Black Friday's one-time "darling" Best Buy can be saved; and weigh in on today's market pops and drops.
Will lawmakers in Washington keep the U.S. from going over the fiscal cliff? Larry McDonald, Newedge Group, forecasts how the markets may trade in the coming weeks.