As the volatility index hits its highest levels since October, CNBC's Mary Thompson looks at where investors are seeking safe haven as major averages continue to tumble today.
Discussing today's selloff, Art Cashin, UBS director of floor operations, takes a look at what global events are impacting the U.S. markets. Cashin says there are indications the selling is coming from offshore.
Kevin Plank, Under Armour founder & CEO, discusses the state of the retail consumer and unveils a new fitness initiative with NBCUniversal and Radius.
Strauss Zelnick, Take-Two Interactive chairman & CEO, discusses the state of the video game business and the company's game release strategy. There's no need to discount when things are selling this well, he says.
Discussing today's global sell-off and the oil's impact on global markets, with David Zervos, Jefferies, and Michael Cohen, Barclays.
CNBC's Rick Santelli reports the latest wholesale trade data.
As stocks slide today, CNBC's Jim Cramer explains what's leading today's market decline.
CNBC's Mary Thompson looks at what's behind today's market weakness including the selloff in China's markets and the continued decline in oil.
Discussing extended losses in Apple and Tesla, CNBC's Jim Cramer, says it's realistic for profit-taking in Apple, and looks at the impact of low oil on Tesla.
CNBC's Jim Cramer discuses the retirement of Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries and provides insight on Lululemon.
CNBC's Jim Cramer discusses the Fed's "considerable time" language and provides his perspective on the outlook for oil.
Investors feel that the market is overvalued and a financial crisis is possible, Nobel Laureate Robert Shiller tells CNBC.
Stocks around the world were under pressure this morning, following a 5.3 percent decline in Chinese equities and Monday's rough session on Wall Street and another plunge in oil prices.
Toss 'em in your kids stocking, or be a grinch and keep them. Mad Money host Jim Cramer says buy 'em either way.
Al Monaco, Enbridge president and CEO, tells Mad Money's Jim Cramer longer-term the low interest rate environment coupled with low oil prices could be hugely positive for the U.S. GDP.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer dissects today's downward move and explains why Nike, Starbucks and Disney deserve applause and investors' money.
Robert Gould, Epizyme CEO, explains the new technology of epigenetics, which is a system of gene regulation that controls gene expression.
Stars of YouTube are pinning two Internet giants against each other. Insight into the ad dollar wars, with Robert Peck, SunTrust Humphrey.
The energy sector's loss is another's gain, with many standing to benefit from consumers having more cash during the holiday shopping season.
Dennis Gartman of the Gartman Letter continues to be short crude oil and outlines factors that will contribute to a further decline in energy.