NEW YORK (TheStreet) --CNBC's Dom Chu joined Monday afternoon's "Closing Bell" anchor Bill Griffeth from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to recap today's trading session.

Much of the buzz today came again from Twitter.  (TWTR) - Get ReportLast week the social media giant's stock soared on news a potential buyout was close. Today another report from Bloomberg indicated that Disney (DIS) is evaluating a possible bid.

"It seems that just about every large-cap company that has resources behind it could be in the mix right now. Maybe it's Disney, we heard Microsoft (MSFT), Salesforce (CRM) before, and everyone always talks about Alphabet (GOOGL) as one. Facebook (FB), although now they say maybe not anymore," Chu explained.

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Additionally, oil rallied today as several OPEC ministers are scheduled to meet this week for an informal meeting ahead of its official November 30 meeting in Vienna.

"OPEC ministers have talked before; we'll see if they do anything about it hasn't happened in the past," Chu noted.

Finally, Chu added a quick analyst note about today's market selloff.

"Randy Fredrick over at Schwab says this could be pre-election jitters, traders here tell me it's too early to tell," he said.

The Dow Jones, NASDAQ, and S&P 500 all closed lower on Monday.