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Scott Nations, NationsShares provides a preview of what traders are watching this morning ahead of the opening bell.
Kenneth Langone, Geeknet CEO, discusses the outlook on a broad range of topics, including his prediction that GOP presidential candidate, Mitt Romney will win the White House in November, job creation in America, and solving the nation's debt problems.
Scott Shellady, Bradford Capital Management CEO, provides a preview of what traders are watching ahead of the market's open, and weighs in on Greek debt, earnings, inflation & deflation, commodities and the direction of the economy.
David Joy, Ameriprise Financial chief market strategist, provides a preview of the markets ahead of the opening bell, and discusses the direction of commodities amid concerns in Europe and China.
CNBC's Kelly Evans reports the latest market activity from Europe, including concern over Greek debt moving European markets lower.
A look at the U.S. markets ahead of the open, including Facebook increasing its offering by 25%, with CNBC's Kelly Evans
Shareholders in Europe’s listed companies will be given a binding vote on pay while those who invest in banks will gain powers to set a cap on bonus levels, under plans being drawn up by senior EU officials. The FT reports.
A basic knowledge of technical analysis and charting is essential for trading success, particularly in these market conditions as indexes show signs of weakness.
Recent volatility serves as yet another reminder that markets cannot be divorced from developments in the global economy — and especially at a time when the 17-member construct of the European monetary union is being increasingly questioned on account of what is happening in Greece.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer takes a look at which companies are likely casualties in a European-induced selloff.
No matter which part of the agriculture complex you're trading, the single most important source of information is the U.S. Department of Agriculture, says Mad Money host Jim Cramer. Tom Vilsack, the secretary of Agriculture, weighs in on agriculture exports and food inflation.
If you haven't been able to get in on the Facebook deal, do not buy the stock right after it comes public on Friday, says Mad Money host Jim Cramer.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer says right now a bet on Ingersoll-Rand is really a bet on Nelson Peltz.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer says that in a difficult time, investors need to invest in businesses that they know and understand.
JC Penney's Ron Johnson says "we didn't realize or appreciate the extent customers were using coupons." CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports. Jeffrey Klinefelter, Piper Jaffray, also weighs in.
According to a CNBC-AP survey, 59% of Facebook users don't trust its privacy controls. What does this mean for the Facebook IPO? The Fast Money traders discuss. Vitaliy Katsenelson, Investment Management Associates CIO, says the Facebook IPO could be part of a fast-approaching Internet bubble.
William Ackman's Pershing Square cuts stakes in Family Dollar, Kraft Foods and Fortune Brands Home & Security, reports CNBC's Brian Sullivan. Meanwhile the Fast Money traders discuss whether a tech bubble could be brewing.
Bill Cowher, former NFL coach who lost his wife to Melanoma, speaks about the disease and spreading awareness, with the Fast Money traders. Dr. Elizabeth Hale, also weighs in.
Jeff Kilburg, TreasuryCurve, discusses his favorite banking ETFs.