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Today's bell ringers are Fernando Chico Pardo, Grupo Aeroportuario Del Sureste chairman at the NYSE, and Stacey Allaster, Women's Tennis Association chairman & CEO at the Nasdaq.
As the battle between the bulls and the bears heats up over the next leg of the rally, charts of the S&P 500 index are flagging a potential rebound.
CNBC's Bob Pisani reports on average volume in the market, and the factors leading to the stock rally.
"Halftime Report" trader Joe Terranova made EOG Resources one of his top holdings for the CNBC Pro model portfolio competition.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss the trading action ahead of Friday's nonfarm payroll data.
Cablevision rallied 5 percent this week as investors speculate the company may be an acquisition target.
Edward Wright, CRH Medical Corporation CEO at the NYSE, and Avshalon Kalichstein and Darrell Crate of Easterly Acquisition at the Nasdaq.
Jim Cramer says he thinks Medtronic could go higher and Joy Global is a disaster.
Today's bell ringers are Edward Wright, CRH Medical Corporation CEO at the NYSE and Avshalon Kalichstein and Darrell Crate of Easterly Acquisition at the Nasdaq.
Netflix shares were down 3 percent midday Wednesday on news Citron Research tweeted it was time to short Netflix.
With the Dow down 11 percent from an all-time high, many of its members are starting to look mighty cheap.
Hedge funds are still winning in this downturn as their favorite stocks beat the market in the past month.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss a much quieter day in the markets. Now that oil seems to have stabilized, the markets seem to have, as well, he says.
A sentiment indicator shows the number of bulls fell to the lowest level since March 2009, a contrarian sign that a market bottom may be here.
Louis Navellier, whose "Squawk Box" model portfolio is up 19% this year, shares his views on how to ride out the volatility in the market.
Patrick Ryan, Press Ganey Holdings CEO at the NYSE, and Phil Horlock, Blue Bird Corporation president and CEO at the Nasdaq, ring today's opening bell.
Inline quarters don't cut it, says Jim Cramer explaining why he is keeping an eye on shares on Ambarella and GoPro. Also Cramer says the tiger is Qualcomm and General Mills is a buy but not for the reasons Morgan Stanley talks about.
Today's bell ringers are Patrick Ryan, Press Ganey Holdings CEO at the NYSE, and Phil Horlock, Blue Bird Corporation president and CEO at the Nasdaq.
The frightening pace of declines in China's benchmark stock index is not over, according to several market analysts.
Twitter says it will expand its self-service ad platform from 33 countries to the rest of the world.