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CNBC's Steve Liesman drills down on today's better-than-expected jobs numbers, and its impact on the economy. Liesman says the increase in unit labor cost could indicate future inflation.
Transports are underperforming because of coal, says Steve Cortes, Fast Money trader: "When you overlay coal with the S&P, if you go all the way back to the 2009 lows you see that until recent weeks the two were interchangeable. Either coal is very cheap here or the S&P is very expensive." Abigail Doolittle, Peak Theories, also discusses the direction of copper and the VIX.
The spirits industry says that over the last five years gross volume sales for Bourbon are up 8% and revenue are up 23%, taking share from other alcoholic beverages, reports CNBC's Jane Wells. Woodford Reserve in Versailles, Kentucky, is one company that has reaped the rewards.
The Fast Money traders with the top three trades today, including Pandora, Kraft, and Valero. Also, a winning strategy on gaming stocks, with Steve Grasso, Stuart Frankel.
CNBC's Jon Fortt has the update on Apple's expected unveiling of its new iPad, and explains whether this be a game changer for the tech giant, with Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray senior research analyst.
The Fast Money traders weigh in on the extended rally in stocks today, why China needs to extend its growth, the surge in financials, and how to play gold.
European markets close higher on Greek debt swap optimism. Markets rally over optimism about Greek deal. Fifty percent approval a key threshold for Greek debt swap. Banking stocks get a boost on the latest news from Greece. With Erik "Wolfman" Wilkinson, independent trader.
A check on what the charts are telling investors, with Katie Stockton, MKM Partners.
Investors shouldn’t worry about the current market selloff as global indices are due for a "healthy" pullback of three to five percent, according to Alec Young, Global Equity Strategist at S&P Capital IQ.
The Dow loses more than 200 points in yesterday's close; results from Super Tuesday reveals Mitt Romney the victor in six states, including Ohio; Pandora plummeted 15 percent after earnings fell short of expectations, and Apple is expected to unveil its iPad 3 today, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.
Federal prosecutors have charged six alleged members of the Anonymous “hacktivist” group with conspiracy and computer hacking-related crimes after it emerged that an alleged leading member of the collective had turned informant of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Financial Times Reports.
Greece has threatened to default on any of its bondholders who do not take part in a 206 billion euros debt restructuring that officials believe is key to returning Athens to solvency, a move that turns up the heat on potential holdouts ahead of a deadline on Thursday.
Discussing the Dow's 200 point sell-off and why Romney is the stability trade for the U.S. dollar, with Keith McCullough, Hedgeye Risk Management.
The Dow dives 204 points on Tuesday, amid fears of a global slowdown and possible Greek credit default. Discussing how to invest in this market, with Mike Holland, Holland & Company; Douglas Kass, Seabreeze Partners; and CNBC's Kelly Evans.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains why investors should not buy stocks in the after-market after red-hot IPO deals, especially big dotcom offerings.
Mad Money's Cramer turns a technical eye on natural gas to chart the direction of the commodity, and how to play it.
Ronald Shaich, Panera Bread co-founder & exec. chairman, discusses the company's recent earnings miss; the impact on its stock and the company's outlook for growth, with Mad Money's Jim Cramer.
The Apple chart shows an unsustainable rally. This doesn’t mean that traders cannot make money, but it does suggest that investors buying in the current market will have to ride a short-term loss before the long-term trend carries them into profit.
Mad Money's Cramer explains how he would play uniform rental company, Cintas, ahead of Friday's employment report.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer examines the reasons behind today's sell-off and why now may be the time for some investors to trim back some of their positions.