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European stocks were called to open higher on Thursday despite falls in Asia overnight amid rising concerns that European Union leaders might not reach a deal on how to tackle the debt crisis at a summit in Brussels on Friday.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer answers viewer "tweets" on stock and investment questions.On Wednesday, Shannon McCurdy tweets: "why doesn't Buffalo Wings trade with a multiple similar to Chipotle and Panera when they have similar growth rates?"
Mad Money host Jim Cramer answers viewer "tweets" on stock and investment questions. On Wednesday he does the unthinkable, and recommends a bank stock, USB.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains what moved Wednesday's markets and why it's in "no quit" mode.
The Fast Money traders weigh in with their top trades; including, Titan International and the play on whether India will embrace retail reform and its impact on Wal-Mart. Also, charting the market's direction, with John Bollinger, Bollinger Bands president.
The Fast Money traders with a look a the whipsaw play in financials, and CNBC's John Carney reports how John Mack stood up to regulators and "saved" Morgan Stanley. Also, which investment plays are best to get investor through another potentially rocky road ahead, with Jeffrey Palma, UBS head of global equity strategy.
Insight on why more volatility will be seen in the new year, with Savita Subramanian, BofA Merrill Lynch head of U.S. equity/quantitative strategy.
CNBC's Rick Santelli has an update on bond yields and the dollar.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reveals how consumers plan to spend this holiday season and views on the current economic outlook.
US lenders pushing short-term loans that charge up to 5,000 per cent interest per year are targeting low-income UK borrowers abandoned by high street banks. The Financial Times reports.
A break-up of the single European currency would have severe consequences on the UK economy, with unemployment pushing above 4 million, the pound appreciating sharply and major banks failing, analysts at ING wrote in a market note.
European stocks were called to open higher on Wednesday tracking Asia overnight where the euro and shares gained despite a warning from credit rating agency Standard & Poor's (S&P) that it could cut the credit rating of the European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF).
Ken Clarke has put himself at odds with David Cameron by saying Britain should focus on “how to maintain the financial stability of the western world” at this week’s European Union summit, instead of trying to wring concessions out of euro zone countries. The FT reports.
The historical chart shows that there is a support resistance band between $5.70 and $6.00. Once the target is achieved, a move below $5.70 is an exit signal.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer eyes the charts to get a read on the volatility index, as interpreted by Mark Sebastian, OptionPit.com technician.
Could Carrizo Oil be a takeover target? Mad Money's Cramer answers live viewer "tweets" on this oil and gas producer.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer says investors should own some domestic stocks, well outside the European blast-radius; companies like IP. Discussing the outlook for International Paper, with John Faraci, International Paper chairman & CEO.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer says if you owned 3M, General Electric, or Eli Lilly, you know what it's like to be paid to wait, as all three stocks rallied on Tuesday on discrete pieces of great news.
Discussing General Electric's upgrade, with Steve Winoker, Sanford Bernstein, and the Fast Money traders.
A currency play on the euro and Australian dollar, with Todd Gordon, Aspen Trading Group.