The relative resilience in stocks despite negativity in oil and the euro zone encouraged analysts to expect an upside from any positive news.
U.S. stock futures were higher in early trading, after a Wall Street rally faded late Wednesday on the ECB's decision to restrict financing available to banks in Greece.
Ying Wang, Director of APAC Corporate Ratings at Fitch Ratings, discusses Sunac China's deal to buy a 49.3 percent stake in troubled property developer Kaisa.
Take Two Interactive chairman and CEO Strauss Zelnick provides perspective into the company's quarter and pipeline, with Mad Money's Jim Cramer.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer helps investors understand the wild swings in U.S. stocks and what's behind the moves.
This market is like Scarface, but "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer is here to protect your portfolio from the violent moves.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell looks at the combined inflow of the 3 largest biotech ETFs.
What's driving the expansion in hockey and growth in sports equipment, with Kevin Davis, Performance Sports Group president and CEO.
Ahead of earnings, Brad Erickson, Pacific Crest, dissects the performance of GoPro.
Doug Gordon, Investment Strategist of Russell Investments, explains why he prefers European equities despite uncertainty over Greece's bailout program.
FM trader documents his adventures with a GoPro camera and trades the stock.
Marc Riddick, Williams Capital Group, provides analysis into Keurig Green Mountain's quarterly numbers.
The "Fast Money" traders give 6 ways to play retail.
Jim Clifton, Gallup Organization, and Diane Swonk, Mesirow Financial, discuss the unemployment rate and outlook for U.S. jobs.
Discussing how earnings; Europe and oil impacted today's trade, with Dennis Gartman of the Gartman Letter; CNBC contributor Herb Greenberg and CNBC's Jeff Cox.
Should investors buy into today's weakness?Insight, with CNBC contributor Stephanie Link and FM trader Brian Kelly.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Oil ended it's winning streak today after a massive crude oil build was announced by EIA. Traders say swings like this could be commonplace.
Jeremy Siegel, The Wharton School, still thinks stocks are the dominant game for investors who want yield, protection or return.
The Dow's wild ride, with CNBC's Bob Pisani.
Where Scott Mather, PIMCO CIO, is finding the best return for his money in current market conditions.