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Mad Money's Jim Cramer gets a tech check on semiconductors and the health of the broader industry, with Rick Hamada, Avnet's CEO.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains why dividend stocks and the food sector is a better strategy in this market, than daily-changing, risk on, risk off trades.
The Fast Money traders share their final trades of the day.
The Fed statement Tuesday afternoon is the big event of the day. But investors are also watching November's retail sales, which come out in the morning, to see if they remained strong after Black Friday.
The Fast Money crew answer live viewer "tweets" on stock and investment strategies, including the outlook on gold, the euro and the .VIX.
A look at after hours action on Urban Outfitters, and an options play on McDonald's, with Scott Nations, NationsShares.
An outlook on the euro and negative developments in the Shanghai Composite. Also, a trade on the Australian versus the Canadian dollar, with MacNeil Curry, Bank of America Merrill Lynch head FX and rates technical strategy.
Will the glassmaker cash in on high LCD television and tablet demand this holiday season? Jim Flaws, Corning CFO, discusses.
The market's volatility can provide investment opportunities for those who can look beyond the short term, Abby Joseph Cohen told CNBC Monday.
The Fast Money traders weigh in on the Santa Claus rally, and Chris Danely, JP Morgan defends his "'overweight'"rating on Intel, despite lower expectations, saying investors are buying Intel because the stock is cheap, not because of supply disruption problems.
Just four years ago, 11.5 million packages went through FedEx on December 12th. Today, that number is 17 million. CNBC's Brian Shactman says companies like Zappos and ProFlowers have even built distribution hubs next to UPS and FedEx for more efficient delivery.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on proposed plans to raise Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac lender fees and pass the money on to the U.S. Treasury to help pay for the payroll tax cut. The housing lobby is fighting the idea.
A fresh round of concern over European debt combined with some downbeat news out of the technology sector to send U.S. stocks sharply lower Monday.
The euro could be headed for a long slide—and possibly take stocks and commodities with it.
Best Buy expects healthy Q3 results from a successful Black Friday weekend and early holiday season, with Carter Worth, Oppenheimer chief market technician, and Peter Keith, Piper Jaffray analyst.
The Dow is down on new doubts that a solution to Europe's debt problems will arrive. Advice on market opportunities in 2012, with Abby Joesph Cohen, Goldman Sachs senior U.S. investor strategist.
Most financial-services companies see the European sovereign debt crisis as an opportunity instead of as a threat to get new assets, portfolios and clients, one Goldman Sachs analyst said.
The Swiss National Bank will meet this week amid chatter about a possible change in the target for the franc. Here's how to get ready.
Shares are scarce for new IPOs and Keating Capital, a closed-end fund, works to make them more accessible for investors. Tim Keating, Keating Capital CEO discusses the companies business plan.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports on lifted holiday retail sales at drug stores.