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The play on Molycorp, with the Fast Money traders, and the trade on market volatility, with William Lefkowitz, vFinance Investments options strategist.
The Fast Money crew have the trade on CRM's big earnings beat and DECK's lower guidance. Also, Shaw Wu, Sterne Agee technology analyst, discusses whether HP CEO Meg Whitman will be able to turnaround Hewlett-Packard.
CNBC guests offer their views on the markets and economy.
Yelp executives met with a large group of IPO investors in New York City, reports CNBC's Kayla Tausche.
An optimistic and cautious view of the markets now, with Todd Schoenberger, LandColt Trading LLC, and Anthony Valeri, LPL Financial.
CNBC's Jon Fortt reports live from Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California on the tech giant's shareholder meeting.
Harvard Business School grads are simply not convinced American can remain competitive, according to a new survey. Michael Porter, professor at Harvard Business School, weighs in.
Insight on the markets as global economic and geopolitical uncertainty persist, with Brian Hamilton, Sageworks CEO, and Dan Genter, RNC Genter Capital Management.
Ed Maguire, CLSA Securities, raised his price target to $145 from $125 for Salesforce.com.
The Fast Money traders take a look at today's biggest market movers.
Discussing whether investors should trade on rumors that Apple will announce a dividend at its shareholder meeting today, with Colin Gillis, sr. tech analyst at BGC Financial.
CNBC's Mandy Drury reports the U.S. markets are up after U.S. jobless claims hold steady at a 4-year low. Sears shares surge as investors cheer its revamp scheme. HP, on the other hand, sees profit tumble 44 percent. Boston Beer shares are also lower on a lackluster 2012 earnings outlook. And JD Power raises 2012 U.S. auto sales forecast.
European markets mixed after U.S. labor data. German business sentiment hits 7-month high. Greek Parliament approves private sector debt swap deal. Commerzbank earnings take $927 million Q4 hit on Greek debt. Royal Bank of Scotland full-year loss grows 78 percent on Greek debt. Euro zone economy to shrink in 2012, according to the EU. Spain, Italy, Portugal and Germany down for the third straight day.
European shares turned negative again in mid-morning trade on Thursday, with automobile stocks topping the decliners' list. The fall came as the EU's executive said the euro zone economy is heading for its second recession in three years and the wider European Union economy is set to stagnate.
Hewlett-Packard reports earnings that beat expectations but revenues fell short; Apple holds its annual shareholder meeting while investors wait to hear where the tech giant plans to spend its cash and how it will address issues in China, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.
US futures pointed to Wall Street opening higher after a down day yesterday. European shares extended gains on Thursday morning after the German IFO institute said its closely-watched business sentiment indicator rose more than expected. Asian shares were mixed on concerns about global growth driven by higher oil prices and data showing the euro zone may slip into recession, fanning fresh worries about Greece's debt restructuring challenges.
Discussing whether there is an economic rebound brewing and how to play the recovery, with Pippa Malmgren, Principalis Asset Management, and Russ Koesterich, BlackRock iShares Group.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains how increasing the use of natural gas could lower the price of gasoline.
Viewers call Cramer with their top five holding, and he tells them whether their portfolios are diversified enough.
Michael Johnson, Herbalife CEO, discusses his company's big earnings beat and 50% dividend boost, with Mad Money's Jim Cramer.