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The Fast Money traders weigh in on Tuesday's stock rally, after Italy's Berlusconi announcement, and the leap in financials, and CNBC's Eamon Javers puts the Cain sexual allegations in context.
Stocks closed near session highs in thin, volatile trading Tuesday, boosted by news Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi will resign after the parliament passes economic reforms demanded by the EU.
Discussing whether an announcement out of Italy will bring some ease to investors' minds, with John Manley, Wells Fargo Advantage Funds; Lisette Cooper, Athena Capital Advisors.
A look at the hike in gold prices and where the precious metal is likely headed, with Joseph LaVorgna, Deutsche Bank chief U.S. economist, and Chris Verrone, Strategas head of technical analysis.
A check on game stocks and what investors should watch from earnings results, with Evan Wilson, Pacific Crest Securities; Billy Pidgeon, M2 Research, and CNBC's Julia Boorstin has the latest on the possible biggest game of the year.
CNBC's Herb Greenberg has the story on Amgen issuing new debt to help pay for a $5 billion stock buyback.
Individuals shouldn’t go into debt to buy stock. Neither should companies, even if it’s their own stock. Try telling that to corporate America, which is increasingly turning to debt to fund stock repurchases.
Material and industrial stocks are already showing early signs of growth in the U.S., making it a good time to consider buying their shares.
TheStreet has narrowed down the hundreds of bank stocks trading below $5 to five names with up to 100 percent upside implied by analysts' consensus price targets.
Corporations Tuesday were again taking advantage of historic low yields and a receptive bond market to issue bucket loads of new debt.
Insight on why analysts have high expectations for the media company, with David Miller, Caris & Co.
Discussing the directions of gold, the euro, and oil, with Dennis Gartman, The Gartman Letter, and the Fast Money traders.
As extreme weather events continue to decrease land availability, prices are going up, and investors are getting in.
Historically collectors have remained underground, afraid that showing an interest in the world of sex would bring shame and mockery, but as porn becomes more mainstream more people are comfortable owning a part of its history.
Futures pointed to a higher open Tuesday, tracking shares in Europe boosted by upbeat earnings as investors looked ahead to a key parliamentary vote on public finance in Rome which may hold the key to Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s future.
Arvind Bhatia, Sterne Agee & Leach, discusses 'Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3,' the hottest video game in stores right now.
Firms reduced workforce by average of 0.1 employees, according to the NFIB's latest reading, says Bill Dunkelberg, NFIB chief economist.
Quality Systems started yesterday with a bang, with upside options red hot out of the gate.
Deleveraging in Europe can be orderly if they can actually sell more debt, explains Barry Knapp, Barclay's. "Equities isn't such a big problem- but rolling their debt," he says.
European and U.S. inflation will rise in the medium- to long-term, according to Berdibek Ahmedov, manager for European and UK real return products at Pacific Investment Management Company (Pimco).