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Into the Futures: Have market's worries melted away?

A week after utter panic broke out on Wall Street, the market is breathing a sigh of relief. Is it smooth sailing from here on out? Brian Stutland and Jeff Kilburg discuss with Jackie DeAngelis.
Source: CNBC.com
Gartman's take on the market

Is it safe to get back into the market? Dennis Gartman's favorite trade, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders, Brian Stutland & Jeff Kilburg, both at the CME.
Source: CNBC.com
This market phenomenon may drive afternoon trading

"I think with today's rally, there is some magnetic pull that we should expect," one market veteran tells CNBC.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Alex Rosenberg
Into the futures: Major slate of earnings ahead

How will the busy week of earnings impact the market? Jim Iuorio and Brian Stutland discuss with Mandy Drury.
Source: CNBC.com
Gold's muted reaction to stock slide disappoints

Gold hardly budged on the stock selloff. Is that a reason to sell the precious metal?
Source: CNBC.com | By: Alex Rosenberg
'Stunning' Fed move put bottom under S&P: Traders

After surprisingly dovish comments by St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard, is it safe to buy back into the market?
Source: CNBC.com | By: Alex Rosenberg
Why the selloff hasn't saved gold

As stocks sold off and yields tanked, gold only saw a mild bounce. Jim Iuorio and Brian Stutland discuss whether that means it's time to sell bullion. With CNBC's Mandy Drury and the Futures Now Traders.
Source: CNBC.com
Traders say stocks have bottomed

Has the market bottomed? Jim Iuorio and Brian Stutland say yes. With CNBC's Mandy Drury and the Futures Now Traders.
Source: CNBC.com
When will the selling end?

CNBC's Mandy Drury and the Futures Now Traders, Brian Stutland and Jim Iuorio at the CME, provide their trade on the S&P 500, the drop in the 10-year yield, and market volatility.
Source: CNBC.com
Liquidity nightmare blamed for crazy market moves

There were 179 "mini flash crashes" in the first 15 minutes of trading, according to Nanex. Here's why.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Alex Rosenberg