U.S. markets ended Thursday's session in the green on the back of upbeat jobs data as traders shift their focus to Friday morning's release of the January employment report. Expectations are for U.S. companies to have added 181,000 new jobs in January, according to Bloomberg. Shares of Disney posted solid gains after it reported quarterly results which handily beat forecasts. Disney CEO Bob Iger says the entertainment giant saw "across-the-board" strength. TheStreet's Ruben Ramirez has details from Wall Street.

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