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    Options trader Jon Najarian explains why there might be strong options activity in this company.

  • After This Rally, Lock in Your Gains Wednesday, 1 Dec 2010 | 7:23 PM ET

    If you held strong and stayed in the market, despite all the bears practically begging you to cash out, then congratulations. Now you can take some profits.

  • HEALTH CARE—Coombs Wednesday, 1 Dec 2010 | 3:35 PM ET
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    Congress will tweak but not repeal health care legislation, insurers won't take a bit hit from reform measures, sector consolidation will continue and China will drive growth for drug and device makers.

  • Predictions 2011: John Kilduff On The Markets And Yemen Wednesday, 1 Dec 2010 | 3:28 PM ET

    Emerging markets will falter, energy prices will fall sharply, the dollar will rally, the Fewd will drop its QE2 and the U.S. will take military action in Yemen.

  • Predictions 2011: Tony Fratto On Stocks And Commodities Wednesday, 1 Dec 2010 | 3:28 PM ET

    U.S. stocks rally big time, commodities remain strong,  media consoldation picks up, China rolls along and Europe stumbles badly.

  • Predictions 2011: Terry Tamminen On Clean Tech Wednesday, 1 Dec 2010 | 3:28 PM ET
    FILE - In this Friday, Sept. 30, 2011 file photo, solar panel installation continues at a rapid pace at the Mesquite Solar 1 facility under construction in Arlington, Ariz. Even as renewable power projects get a boost from the federal government, there’s a tangle of complications preventing states like New Mexico and Arizona from converting the obvious potential into real watts that can charge smartphones and run air conditioners thousands of miles away. And few of those complications are as cle

    Clean tech IPOs will outperform, Congress will stumble on new energy legislation, corporate jet travel will rebound big time and China becomes the world leader in alternative energy.

  • WALL STREET—Carney Wednesday, 1 Dec 2010 | 3:28 PM ET
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    The mortgage mess bites big banks, the municipal debt crunch becomes a crisis and a surprise move from Jamie Dimon.

  • EMPLOYMENT—Vault Wednesday, 1 Dec 2010 | 3:28 PM ET
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    The jobless rate barely budges, more finance pros head to China and vocational schools become more popular.

  • BUSINESS—Nesto Wednesday, 1 Dec 2010 | 3:28 PM ET
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    A trade war over the weak dollar, a building boom for nuclear-power plants and major state and municpal debt defaults.

  • COMPANIES—Greenberg Wednesday, 1 Dec 2010 | 3:28 PM ET
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    Netflix slips and gets bought out, the glow comes off of General Motors stock and investors shun Chinese IPOs.

  • CNBC's Boldest Predictions for 2011 Wednesday, 1 Dec 2010 | 3:16 PM ET
    There's nothing like a bold, even, outrageous prediction, and in compiling some 150 predictions from three-dozen staffers and contributors this year, we came away with some out-of-the-box answers. Though they may be bold, they are certainly in the realm of possibilities. So, take a look at who at CNBC is saying what, in their own words.

    Though they may be bold, they are certainly in the realm of possibilities. So, take a look at who at CNBC is saying what, in their own words.

  • Surging Demand for Silver Tuesday, 30 Nov 2010 | 5:48 PM ET

    This is a transcript of top stories presented by China's CCTV Business Channel as produced by CNBC Asia Pacific.

  • Gold Becoming a Hedge Against 'Monetary Uncertainty' Tuesday, 30 Nov 2010 | 1:27 PM ET
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    Gold isn't serving as a hedge against inflation, as traditionally has been the case. Instead, as investment guru Dennis Gartman points out, investors see gold as "a hedge against monetary uncertainty."

  • Caterpillar to Source More Parts From China Tuesday, 30 Nov 2010 | 11:16 AM ET
    **FILE** Rows of heavy Caterpillar equipment sits ready for shipment at the Caterpillar plant in Decatur, Ill.,in this April 20, 2007 file photo. For American companies with operations that stretch overseas, the slumping dollar has become a fiscal life preserver amid slower domestic economic growth and waning sales. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman, file)

    Caterpillar, the world’s biggest maker of earth-moving equipment, plans to switch “as much as possible” of its sourcing of complex parts for its Chinese factories from Japan to China.

  • Seoul Stocks to Rise Further Despite Politics: Charts Tuesday, 30 Nov 2010 | 1:43 AM ET
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    The artillery attack by North Korea on its southern neighbor sent Seoul markets tumbling, although the losses were not as severe as many has feared. And despite the political jitter, the charts show further upside in South Korean markets.

  • Is the World 'Dangerously Close' to a Food Crisis? Monday, 29 Nov 2010 | 9:27 PM ET

    This is a transcript of top stories presented by China's CCTV Business Channel as produced by CNBC Asia Pacific.

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    Europe's sovereign debt woes will continue to tug at markets, as investors Tuesday also get a few new pieces of U.S. economic data and hear from Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke on the economy.

  • North Korea's Artillery Attack on the South Monday, 29 Nov 2010 | 7:04 PM ET
    Firefighters from the Incheon Fire and Safety Management Department inspecting the damage caused by the artillery shells fired by North Korea on November 24 in Yeonpyeong Island, South Korea.

    North Korea fired artillery shells at a South Korean island, killing two soldiers and two civilians, in one of the heaviest attacks on its neighbor since the Korean War ended in 1953.

  • Tamminen: Beware of Coal Pushers in Cancun Monday, 29 Nov 2010 | 9:38 AM ET
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    Some of the loudest advocates for immediate action to end our fossil fuel addiction are also those pushing the most offensive carbon drug of all — coal.

  • Charts Show the Euro Won't Break Up Monday, 29 Nov 2010 | 4:54 AM ET

    The euro is not in danger of breaking up, judging by its current levels against the other major currencies, Robin Griffiths, technical strategist at Cazenove Capital, told CNBC Monday.