I'm watching it. I'm reserving judgment, but I do think it's a cautionary flag.

The U.S. economy is quite strong right now; however, globally there are still a good number of risks which exist.

His testimony today is so important because the markets, in the wake of his comments suggesting the Fed has shifted have gone so far as to price in an ease.

I think the Fed is in a wait-and-see mode so the market is going to be in a wait-and-see mode. We're going to wait until we can assess the impact of Asia.

The domestic [U.S.] economy looks strong. If it weren't for the situation overseas, we would probably have an interest rate hike today.

It's not worse than what we've seen, so I think the market can weather it.

There is a lot of speculation out there about what prompted the move. Some have said there may be another hedge fund blow-up out there.

The whole debate about whether deflation is a risk has come full circle.

The sentiment we have seen with the stock market correction -- I think it is something the Fed is worried about.