"The belief generally on the Street, 'As goes oil prices, so goes stock prices,' that's nonsense," Dennis Gartman tells CNBC. » Read More
CNBC's Jim Cramer reveals what he is watching ahead of the opening bell, including transport stocks.
Former American Airlines President and Chairman Bob Crandall weighs in on activists' move to place nominees on UAL's board, including Gordon Bethune.
Brian Blair, Grays Peak Capital, and CNBC's Jon Fortt discuss the turnaround in shares of Twitter and whether the stock is a buy here.
CNBC's Scott Wapner reports breaking news on word the SunEdison and Vivint Solar deal is off. This is probably very good news for Terraform, says Appaloosa's David Tepper.
Kurt Hallead, RBC co-head of energy research, discusses how to play the rebound in oil prices. There have been two pivot points that could potentially mark a cycle turn here, says Hallead.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan has the update from Chevron's analyst meeting, where the energy company is expected to discuss topics such as capital spending and commitment to a nearly 5-percent dividend.
Higher interest rates would provide a backdrop to stop the "crazy volatility" in markets, Richard Steinberg says.
Bob Lutz, former GM vice chairman, discusses how a record number of leased vehicles could flood the auto market and put pricing pressure on new car sales.
Katie Stockton, BTIG, and Sean Darby, Jefferies, track the technical trends to chart the S&P's next support level. It is a counter-trend rally, says Stockton. And Darby is expecting a healthy rotation in the next couple of months.
CNBC's David Faber reports new UAL nominees come from Altimeter and PAR Capital and Gordon Bethune will be among those to be nominated.
George Pyne, Bruin Sports Capital CEO, weighs in on news tennis pro Maria Sharapova tested positive for a banned drug and discusses the ever-changing viewing options available to sports fans.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports the outlook on inflation is dividing key members of the Federal Reserve and creating uncertainty over the direction of interest rates.
Harold Ford, Morgan Stanley, and David Frum, The Atlantic, discusses the rebellion going on within both political parties and which candidate has the best chance of eventually winning the 2016 presidential election.
If Republicans could work together there wouldn't be a Donald Trump candidacy, says David Frum, The Atlantic, providing his views on the GOP race for the White House. Trump is a lot of people's second choice by default, says Frum
James Liu, J.P. Morgan Funds, shares his thoughts on the economy and why he sees attractive opportunities in the markets here. Earnings are the big stumbling point, says Liu.
Dennis Gartman, "The Gartman Letter,"shares his thoughts on the comeback in crude prices and why gold wants to go higher from here.
CNBC's Dominic Chu takes a look at which stocks posted big gains from the recent rally.
We have seen a nice bounce here, says Chris Wetherbee, Citi senior analyst, weighing in on the turnaround in the Dow Transports and sharing his outlook on the sector.
The "Squawk Box" news team discusses some of the morning's most provocative headlines, including a report in the Wall Street Journal that says Chesapeake Energy was on the verge of settling its lawsuit with Aubrey McClendon when he died.
CNBC's Kate Rogers has the results of the latest NFIB survey on business optimism.
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