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Markets don't have much further to fall, but there will be plenty of volatility around the midpoint, Wilbur Ross said.
Dennis Gartman on Tuesday said he was on the sidelines for now when it comes to oil, but would be bullish going forward.
Following Monday's sharp selloff, stocks are poised to stage a massive rally Tuesday. How are you positioned for today's trading?
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Larry Summers said Tuesday that current global conditions represent the type of moment when surprises such as the Asian financial crisis can occur.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a sharply higher open on Tuesday, recovering from the plunge seen in global stocks on Monday.
If China stabilizes, U.S. markets will breathe a sigh of relief.
There was, for lack of a better word, "pricing havoc" in some ETFs.
Traders around the globe were awaiting the Chinese market open and some type of soothing announcement from the Peoples Bank of China.
Monday's stock market action was bound to be messy, but it was made even worse by a major technical pile-up just as the session got underway.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: SolarCity, Radius Health & more.
After the worst risk-off day since the financial crisis, more selling is expected but strategists are so far unwilling to say the bull market is over.
At midday, the Dow recovered nearly 800 points from its 1000-point nosedive. Will the index end the day higher?
Bove said he hopes buyers step in to stem the damage. Otherwise, the consequences could be severe.
In 2012, the SEC revised the system-wide circuit breakers that would halt the broad market under times of severe stress.
The Fed can't save this market. Here's the only thing that can, says trader Brian Kelly.
Monday’s global market rout, set to continue throughout trading, has caused consternation and panic, with most asset classes falling.
Amid market volatility, members of CNBC's Financial Advisor Council are reassuring clients and the message is to "keep calm and carry on."
Art Cashin, UBS, weighs in on the 1,000 point drop in the Dow this morning, and the "frightening" emerging market currencies.
Investors experienced problems accessing their online stock accounts and completing trades through TD Ameritrade, USA Today reports.