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Walter Robb, Whole Foods Market co-CEO, says the company has one new store every week slated for the back half of 2013.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer says the investment banks that manage these IPOs are often underpricing them to generate interest.
The Dow has been up for 19 consecutive days, with Mad Money host Jim Cramer. "I think we are in the early stages of this recovery and things are steadily improving," he says.
The Fast Money traders discuss what to do with Norfolk Southern, Whole Foods, Cabot and more.
The Fast Money team discusses whether you should buy, sell or hold Best Buy and Coach.
Discussing whether you should be optimistic or cautious on Home Depot, with the Fast Money team. Meanwhile Patrick Chidley, HSBC, says you should buy gold miners.
JPMorgan Chase shareholders reject a bid to split the chairman and CEO roles, with the Fast Money team. Jeff Weiss, Tejas Securities Group, charts weakness in gold.
Apple CEO Tim Cook hit back at Congress today, with the Fast Money team. Meanwhile CNBC's Jon Fortt weighs in on the $50 smartphone.
Insight on tomorrow's market action, with Paul Dietrich, Fairfax Global Markets CEO and Brad Friedlander, Angel Oak Capital.
Discussing the state of the global markets, what the vote for Jamie Dimon means for JPMorgan and the tax code, with Henry McVey, KKR.
The Dow set a record of 19 straight Tuesdays to the upside, with Gary Wedbush, Wedbush Securities; Keith Goddard, Capital Advisors; Michael Santoli, Yahoo! Finance and CNBC's Ron Insana.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Traders remain focused firmly on tomorrow's testimony from Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke. And expectations for this week's oil inventories.
What could bring the market down, with Rich Peterson, Standard & Poor's Capital IQ and Mike Santoli, Yahoo! Finance.
Will this be another positive Tuesday for the Dow? CNBC's Josh Lipton reports the market has seen 18 consecutive Tuesdays in the green already.
The Fed Chairman is expected to maintain his dovish tone when he speaks to Congress Wednesday and dispel notions the Fed is ready to cut back its easing policy.
CNBC's Josh Lipton looks at three stocks to watch tomorrow, including Lowe's, which reports before the bell. American Eagle also reports and will tell a lot about the economy. And HP reports after the bell. Expectations are not high.
Where the market stands, with Rich Bernstein, Richard Bernstein Advisors; Quincy Krosby, Prudential Financial; Warren Meyers, DME Securities; and Chris Gersch, Altimus Capital.
Shares of Sony moved higher Tuesday on heavy volume as reports circulated that it is considering a spinoff proposal from billionaire investor Dan Loeb.
The S&P 500 is up 17 percent since the beginning of 2013, but how will the market react when we hear from the Fed on Wednesday? Craig Hodges, Hodges Small Cap Fund shares his opinions.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports the top business stories from Europe, as investors worry the U.S. Federal Reserve may taper its bond purchase program.