TOKYO, Nov 27- Japanese stocks fell in thin trade on Friday as technical indicators suggested the market is overbought and vulnerable to a correction. The Nikkei share average edged down 0.3 percent to end the day at 19,883.94. The benchmark index was flat for the week, which saw subdued trading due to holiday closures in the United States and Japan.» Read More
What to make of the rough spot in the markets to start the year, with Ron Insana, Marketfy.com. Insana explains his latest global market lexicon known as "deflationcy."
Discussing the best pockets of opportunity in the energy sector, and which to shy away from, with David Tameron, Wells Fargo Securities.
Insight to current market levels, and the best way to play the decline in oil prices, with Carmine Grigoli, Mizuho Securities, and Burt White, LPL Financials. White likes the transports.
CNBC's Bob Pisani checks on today's market levels, and heavy volumes in emerging markets. Also, insight to the move from Chicago Fed's Charlie Evans' comments on rates.
Insight to the early pullback in the markets, with Jonathan Krinsky, MKM Partners chief market technician.
Europe is heading into deflation territory. CNBC's Seema Mody explains how this could impact the euro zone economy.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at the action in oil, bond yields and the dollar, as well as nice gains for some department stores.
CNBC.com investing editor John Melloy reports on the technical indicators market pros are using to gauge how low oil could go.
CNBC's Dominc Chu reports on a warning signal for markets as the level of margin debt is growing.
Jim Iuorio of TJM Institutional Services, looks at the technical trading behind the price of oil, and shares his short-term forecast.
Fast Money trader Brian Kelly breaks out the charts and takes a long-term look at oil.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports nothing has changed regarding the fundamental picture for oil, and the moves are related to technical buying.
A look at a one-year chart of Google's stock, and key levels which show the stock may be nearing its death cross, with "Fast Money" trader Dan Nathan.
Digging through market worries, with Jeff Kilburg, KKM Financial founder, and Kenny Polcari, O'Neil Securities.
CNBC contributor Ron Insana, discusses the market's correction, and whether the selloff is over.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer goes "off the charts" with Explosive Options founder Bob Lang, for a closer look at entertainment stocks, including Disney and Time Warner.
CNBC.com Finance Editor Jeff Cox explains a bearish call by technical strategist Abigail Doolittle, who's predicting a big surprise drop in the S&P 500.
John Kosar, Asbury Research, explains what is technically behind today's market selloff.
Tim McCullough, technical strategist at Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking, explains what the Russell 2000 reaching the "death cross" means, and discusses whether it is time to sell the index.
Katie Stockton, BTIG chief technical strategist, breaks out the charts and takes a technical view of why U.S. stocks are extending losses today.