US Markets Market Outlook

  • Tom Lee

    Don't fret over weak data points because the U.S. economy is resilient, strategist Tom Lee said. Here's where he'd put his money to work.

  • Amazon's holiday history

    CNBC's Dominic Chu breaks out the Kensho Stats Box and takes a look at what's in store for Amazon investors this time of year.

  • Twitter overhaul needed: NYT's Bilton

    "The fact that the CFO can't use the product properly tells us something," says Nick Bilton of The New York Times, discussing Twitter CFO Anthony Noto's tweet fail. Bilton also weighs in on potential acquisitions.

  • Boston Market's busiest day

    Boston Market will serve thousands of retail workers on Thanksgiving. George Michel, Boston Market CEO, discusses expansion and the competition on the fast casual space.

  • The Disney "Frozen" Snow Glow Elsa Doll

    Providing his outlook for Black Friday and the toy sector, Gerrick Johnson, BMO Capital Markets toy analyst, previews what toys will be winners and losers this holiday season.

  • Tom Lee: Look out for bear traps

    "Investors should stay bullish," says Tom Lee, Fundstrat Global Advisors, discussing market valuations and how investors should play this bull market.

  • Key October housing data

    CNBC's Rick Santelli reports October new home sales rises 0.7%, and Diana Olick reports the October pending home sales disappoint and fall 1.1% from September.

  • Market open: Early gains fade quickly

    CNBC's Mary Thompson reports a pullback in energy stocks has cause the U.S. market to stall early in today's session. Thompson also provides insight to some oil drillers.

  • HP CEO: Innovation engine best in decade

    CNBC's David Faber asks Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman, her opinion on Michael Dell's op-ed in The Wall Street Journal about companies that split at the cost of innovation. Whitman argues that the separation will lead to more innovation.

  • HP's new business style

    Discussing job cuts and impeding split, Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman, says there is a style of business going on that's very fast and you must be cost competitive.

  • Meg Whitman, CEO of Hewlett-Packard

    CNBC's David Faber speaks to Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman, about the company's Q4 earnings results and upcoming split. Whitman says their 2015 objective is to hit their number and deliver to Wall Street.

  • Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Wednesday is expected to be a light trading day, but there is key data that could give an inkling of fourth-quarter growth.

  • Key data out amid expected light trading

    Wall Street looks to get back on a winning streak today, after taking a break from its record-setting ways. An east coast storm warning and the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday promise to make for thin trading.

  • Cramer: Oil sweet spot

    With Thursday's OPEC meeting approaching, Mad Money host Jim Cramer discusses supply and demand for crude oil.

  • Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Wednesday is expected to be a light trading day, but there is key data that could give an inkling of fourth-quarter growth.

  • Cramer: No Fed, no problem

    Discussing today's strong GDP data, Mad Money host Jim Cramer, says the Federal Reserve isn't the deciding factor in the U.S. market anymore, it's growth and profits.

  • Cramer: Here's the deal on oil

    Everyone is talking about it ahead of OPEC's meeting, but Mad Money host Jim Cramer has the insight.

  • You Tweet, We Trade HD, FINL, TWX, PANW

    The Fast Money traders share their strategies to playing stocks requested on Twitter, including Home Depot, Time Warner and more.

  • Apple ecosystem worth a lot more: Trader

    The Fast Money traders provide their outlook on Apple.

  • Apple's next cycle underestimated: Pro

    With Apple's market cap crossing the $700 billion threshold, Andrew Uerkwitz, discusses his buy recommendation and what's next for Apple's pipeline.