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Euro zone finance ministers reached a long-delayed 130 bn second bail-out for Greece after strong-arming private holders of Greek bonds to take even deeper losses than they had agreed last month. The Financial Times reports.
The current rally in the Dow is limited. After the index touches 12,600 by the end of January, the rally will lose momentum.
Euro zone governments are looking to the European Central Bank and national central banks to help pare back the cost of a second rescue package for Greece which would otherwise amount to 170 billion euros ($224.2 billion). The Financial Times reports.
Don't sell in the midst of an awful decline, cautions Mad Money host Jim Cramer. Investors need to keep their heads, because the right move just might be to buy into weakness.
Discussing whether investors should buy retail names ahead of their earnings next week, with Jon Fisher, Fifth Third Asset Management, and Michael Keara, Morningstar.
First Solar shares are up nearly 7% after the company received approval to build a solar firm. Aaron Chew, analyst at Maxim Group, weighs in.
The Fast Money crew discusses the Dow's nearing the 13,000 mark and what it means for investor sentiment, with Reggie Middleton, Boombustblog.com.
Computers and Bloomberg terminals dominate trading floors, but the human element remains a crucial feature of transacting across derivatives and other parts of the global financial system, the Financial Times reports.
Vietnam's stock market, which tumbled nearly 30 percent last year because of surging inflation and a declining currency, is the most undervalued market in Southeast Asia, David Roes, the CEO of Asean Investment Management, told CNBC on Friday.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares his final thoughts on why oil drillers could be the best place for investors to be in 2012.
Pierre Beaudoin, Bombardier CEO, discusses the company's $55 billion backlog, and his take on the transporation business, with Mad Money's Cramer.
David Novak, Yum! Brands CEO, discusses his company's 42% operating profit from China, and the secret behind Yum! Brands success in emerging markets, with Mad Money's, Jim Cramer.
Charles Jeannes, Goldcorp CEO, discusses the lackluster performance in gold miners; his company's earnings beat; and the bright outlook for growth, as four new major mines come in line, with Mad Money's Cramer.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains why the markets rallied on positive economic news.
Amazon shares fell 5% on the heels of a Morgan Stanley downgrade. Is this a buying opportunity for investors? The Fast Money crew has the trade on the tech giant.
The Fast Money traders weigh in on three key charts that show the S&P breaking through technical levels.
An oil price spike is likely this year as 10-year volatility is below average and geopolitical risks are not properly priced in, Ron William, a technical strategist at Mig Bank, told CNBC.com.
Should you jump into the tanker industry? Herbjorn Hansson, Nordic American Tanker chairman & CEO, discusses his company's earnings upside: "The last three quarters we are up and up and up," he tells Mad Money host Jim Cramer.
Insight on why President Obama's decision on the Keystone Pipeline was "irrational," and how America can become energy-sufficient, with John Richels, Devon Energy president & CEO, and Mad Money host Jim Cramer.