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The UK's Financial Services Authority yesterday issued the largest ever fine to an individual for market abuse and other offenses, imposing a penalty of 2 million pounds ($3.3 million) on Dutch hedge fund manager Michiel Visser.
"The oil spill is not affecting Royal Dutch Shell much at all. It is just down by the amount you would expect with the FTSE down 0.7-0.8 percent," Simon Denham, chief executive at Capital Spreads, told CNBC.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy may wind up their Tuesday meeting with a list of accomplishments as empty as the streets of Paris in August.
You say the name of a stock, and Mad Money's Jim Cramer tells you whether to buy or sell.
Whatever worries you might have about Oracle the company, you need to acknowledge that Oracle the stock has taken a pounding lately, with Mad Money host Jim Cramer
Last Thursday SodaStream, which had been one of the hottest stocks out there, imploded after reporting what, at first glance, might have looked like an upside surprise, with Mad Money host Jim Cramer.
First of all, the biggest portion of this market's decline belongs at the feet of Europe, where there's been a total breakdown of the bailouts, says Mad Money host Jim Cramer.
The Fast Money guys share their final trades of the day.
Mark Wiltamuth, Morgan Stanley analyst, provides a preview of big box retailers' earnings.
Carter Worth, Oppenheimer Asset Management, discusses what investors should do as the market has staged a comeback.
The Fast Money traders take a look at today's biggest market movers.
Putting utilities to good use, with Scott Nations, NationShares.
Todd Gordon, Aspen Trading, explains why the euro is a sell longer-term. "Sell the euro higher," he tells the Fast Money traders.
James Altucher explains why he stands by his forecast that the Dow will move to 20,000 by 2012.
With markets poised to rally for a third-straight day Monday, it appears as if the $2 trillion hedge-fund industry has escaped August’s initial market turmoil with relatively minor casualties.
Warren Buffett ups his stake in Dollar General, and David Einhorn adds to his Apple and Aeropostale stake, with the Fast Money traders.
Billionaire investor Carl Ichan ups Forest Labs stake to 20 million from 5 million, with the Fast Money crew.
Stocks logged their biggest three-day rally since Mar. 2009, fueled by a handful of M&A news and as investors shrugged off some disappointing economic reports. The major indexes wiped out all of last week's losses following S&P's downgrade of U.S.'s credit rating.
As the three major U.S. stock indexes continue to rally following last week's stock roller-coaster ride, mergers and acquisitions will continue despite increased volatility, one analyst said.
Why did we rally today? I'm sorry to sound simplistic, but it's really because it's calm in Europe: there are no headlines.