Claman on Call: Markets Snap Two-Day Drop


U.S. stocks broke a two-day losing streak, ending the trading session higher, as investors cheered the news that quantitative easing (read: stimulus) in the euro zone will officially start March 9.

A major winter storm along the East Coast caused serious disruptions for tens of thousands of travelers and caused a big scare for some passengers of a Delta flight at LaGuardia Airport in New York. The jet skidded off the runway, and came to a stop just feet from the water -- luckily nobody was seriously injured. The airport was completely shut down but did reopen later in the afternoon. Major airline stocks were grounded as a result -- JetBlue, American Airlines, Delta and United Continental all ended down. Southwest was the only one closing in positive territory.

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And the elephant will be leaving the room: "The greatest show on earth" lost a major performer. Ringling Brothers' parent company, Field Entertainment, announced that it will retire its elephants from its circus by 2018. Field Entertainment Chairman and CEO Kenneth Feld joined FBN and explained why he and his family made that very difficult decision. Head to to hear that interview.

Plus, exclusive breaking news during the 3 p.m. hour from TiVo CEO and President Tom Rogers who announced the company's new streaming "network comedy collection" that will get your favorite comedies and late night talk shows without a cable cord. Head to to hear why TiVo is beefing up its comedy offering -- and what lies ahead for the cable industry.

Coming up tomorrow, the highly anticipated February jobs report out at 8:30am ET. Economists are looking for a gain of 240,000 jobs. We'll break it down along with the biggest headlines and watch the market's every move.

Be sure to check out all of today's interviews on and tune into Countdown to the Closing Bell every week day at 3 p.m. ET.

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