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  • Floods & fire, Colorado & Jersey

    CNBC's Scott Cohn reports on the fire that destroyed the Seaside Park boardwalk, hitting an area recovering from Super Storm Sandy. Also, 3 days of heavy rain have triggered flooding in Colorado, killing at least 3 people. NBC's Leanne Gregg has the details.

  • Wise trio on big issues of the day

    A former Treasury Secretary, former bank CEO, and hedge fund manager were on CNBC's "Squawk Box" this morning, reflecting on the financial crisis, CNBC's Mary Thompson has the details.

  • Dow up 3% this week

    The Dow had 3 triple-digit days this week but gold is on track for its worst week since June. CNBC's Bob Pisani, and Paul Sacks, Aurum Options, discuss the precious metal's decline.

  • Are we safer now?

    Rutgers University economics professor William Rodgers and Rana Foroohar of Time magazine discuss the soundness of the financial sector.

  • Why America hates Wall Street

    Despite 401(k)s nearing record highs, and the stock market inching toward all-time highs, an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll shows Americans' dislike for Wall Street. CNBC's John Harwood reports the story.

  • FMHR Final Trade

    The FMHR traders reveal their final trades of the week.

  • Mark Fisher wants you to go to trade school

    Mark Fisher, MBF Clearing chairman, discusses his involvement in the Logical Institute, an upcoming online financial literacy program.

  • Bull vs. Bear: Disney

    Fast money traders Stephen Weiss and Pete Najarian, debate whether Disney's stock is too expensive at these valuations.

  • Still opportunities in fixed income, but avoid Treasurys: Pro

    Kathleen Gaffney, Eaton Vance explains why she thinks the Fed will "definitely" begin to taper next week, and why corporate bonds may offer the best investment opportunities.

  • What's Twitter really worth? Shareholder weighs in

    Twitter could be worth as much as Facebook, Kevin Landis of Firsthand Technology Funds, says.

  • Top three trades

    The FMHR traders have the play on Apple's cheaper iPhone, JPMorgan's plans to fix its compliance issues, and Aetna's upgrade. And Mark Fisher, MBF Clearing chairman provides his top energy plays. Also, Kevin Landis, Firsthand Technology Funds explains why Twitter is his top investment pick and provides his outlook on social media stocks.

  • Halftime Pops & Drops

    Insight on stocks making the biggest moves in the market today, with the Fast Money traders.

  • Buy dip in oil, look at nat gas: Mark Fisher

    The price range for WTI crude has edged higher, and natural gas is where investors should direct their attention, commodities trader Mark Fisher says.

  • Buy oil on the dip: Fisher

    Mark Fisher, MBF Clearing Corp. chairman, explains why he thinks the sell-off in oil will be short-lived.

  • Market 'going to get less good': Mark Fisher

    While the stock market isn't necessarily headed lower, now isn't the time to move completely off the sidelines, Mark Fisher of MBF Clearing says.

  • Beware of ETFs?

    The FMHR crew and Mark Fisher, MBF Clearing Corp. chairman, discuss how to play the September rally. And Yahoo's Michael Santoli explains why it's a stock picker's market and ETFs may not be the way to exploit recent gains. Also CNBC's Dominic Chu reports gold is on track to post its worst week since June.

  • Potato chips and beer, messing with perfection

    In this Chew & Brew, CNBC's Jane Wells reports on the newest trend to "improve" on America's favorite snack. And Tom Rotunno reports on the latest craze to personalize your favorite beer.

  • Twitter needs a ticker...any thoughts?

    When the stock goes live, it will need a ticker symbol to trade on the exchange. CNBC's Jane Wells shares some ideas.

  • Twitter is doing all the right things: pro

    Roger Kay, president and founder of Endpoint Technologies Associates, comments on the news that Twitter is heading for an IPO, which could be the "biggest this year", and Twitter's strategy.

  • A technical look at the IBEX

    David Sneddon, managing director and global head of technical analysis at Credit Suisse, charts the performance of the IBEX. He expects it to continue to rally.