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No one could have predicted oil at $33: CommBank

U.S. oil producers will be severely impacted by the sub-$33 per barrel prices, notes Aiden Bradley, executive director at Commonwealth Bank.

Where are we on the commodities cycle?

Joshua Crabb, head of Asian equities at Old Mutual Global Investors, discusses the commodities outlook with CNBC's Bernie Lo.

China's reform process is genuine: Investor

Joshua Crabb, head of Asian equities at Old Mutual Global Investors, sees positives in Beijing's efforts correct and tweak its reform measures.

China volatility will hit oil prices hard: Argus

China is the world's second-largest oil consumer so any volatility in China will weigh on oil prices, explains Azlin Ahmad, editor of crude oil at Argus Media.

Cashin: Jobs number is suspect

Art Cashin, UBS director of floor operations, discusses the Chinese yuan, and the jobs number.

The future of fitness may be at home

Peloton Cycle CEO John Foley explains how the company behind indoor cycling technology is experiencing massive growth.

CNBC update: North Korea stages rally

An estimated 100,000 people attended a rally in North Korea to support the country's nuclear test, and a plane heading to Chicago from New York made an emergency landing, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.

Oil reverses after jobs

CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on the move in oil prices after the jobs number.

Biggest problem for US

Discussing the play on China's market, and the problem with the strong U.S. dollar relative to the Chinese yuan, with Peter Navarro, UC-Irvine Professor.

China now recognizes it can't control markets: Hormats

Robert Hormats, Kissinger Associates, shares his thoughts on instability in China's markets and economy.

'Safe harbor' cash is not a bad investment now: Gartman

Dennis Gartman, The Gartman Letter, tells investors now is a good time to place money in cash and perhaps a little gold and some debt securities.

Who’s best prepared to withstand China volatility?

Henry Dixon, fund manager at GLG Partners, discusses the situation for U.K. banks which are heavily exposed to Asia.

Does Burberry have more room to fall?

As Burberry comes under further pressure from a slowing economy in China, Henry Dixon, fund manager at GLG Partners, discusses the stock’s situation.

These are the major risks in the banking sector

Kian Abouhossein, head of European banking research at JP Morgan, shares his concerns about the banking sector, but recommends the M&A space and investment banking as areas of earnings growth.

Cramer: Amazing how wrong people have been about oil

Mad Money host Jim Cramer says sooner or later the crazy town insanity in crude will end and the companies that benefit from lower oil will see their stocks benefit too.

Crude hits a 12-year low

Crude is on a four-day losing streak. Is there more pain ahead for oil? CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders track crude's next move with a money-making play at $32.75

What the experts say about NKorea's nuke test

Experts reckon that if North Korea really had a H-bomb, even an unsuccessful test would've created bigger seismic activity, reports NBC's Steve Handelsman.

Only one sanction would get N. Korea's attention: Haas

Discussing North Korea's test of a hydrogen bomb, and the potential threat to the outside world, with Richard Haass, Council on Foreign Relations President.

Half of stocks are in a bear market: Technician

Technician Jonathan Krinsky of MKM Partners discusses why he sees more downside coming for the S&P 500.

Cramer's Mad Dash: Gun stocks

Jim Cramer explains what to watch before the open, including gun stocks ahead of President Obama's executive orders on gun violence Tuesday morning.

Ford's fight to save auto industry

Ford develops technology to ward off Apple CarPlay and Google Android Auto. Toyota already signed on with Ford. Which other car company will join the battle against Apple & Google?

China a 'wake up call' for US economy: Pro

Peter Boockvar, The Lindsey Group expects weak fundamentals in the U.S. and abroad. Central bankers are losing their effectiveness, says Boockvar.

Dollar is set to strengthen further: Macquarie

With the U.S. economy's certain recovery and China set to experience slower growth, the dollar will certainly strengthen against most Asian currencies, says Nizam Idris, MD and head of strategy, rates & FX at Macquarie.

What jobs report says about US economy

Republican Strategist Joe Watkins and Marc Morial, President & CEO, National Urban League talk about Friday's jobs report.

Germans call for Donald Trump ban

Germany follows the UK in a move to ban the Republican presidential candidate.

Why China is having trouble letting go

Wall Street Journal Hong Kong Bureau Chief Ken Brown, shares his take on the China market.

The Dow is going to 16K: Yamada

Louise Yamada, Yamada Technical Advisors provides a technical look on stocks and charts the next likely level for the markets. CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now traders have an e-mini trade that targets the S&P at 1,945.

Tech trend show 'major opportunity for Apple: Pro

Brian White, Drexel Hamilton, discusses interesting trends he is seeing at CES, and shares his outlook on Apple and explains how he arrived at a $200 price target on the stock.

Fed's Fischer: Four hikes in the ballpark

We have to act on incoming events and we don't know now how many there will be, says Stanley Fischer, Federal Reserve vice chairman, sharing his view on raising interest rates this year.

Saudi Arabia will invest in Russia if profitable

Russia can play a positive role, and Saudi Arabia wants to improve its relationship with the country, says Adel al-Jubeir, Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister.