As strong February trading drew to a close, CNBC "Fast Money" traders made their March picks, including McDonald's and Coca-Cola.» Read More
Once again the traders are closely watching 1040 as a key level on the S&P. If the market closes above it, should you start buying?
The markets opened higher, but the Dow rally of 175 points was denied. But our traders see some positives in it all.
BP can "shrink and recover," if the relief wells work and they put enough of a "ring fence around their liabilities," Kenneth Hersh, the CEO of NGP Energy told CNBC.
The G4s are landing in Idaho and the Sun Valley resort is rolling out the red carpet for the biggest names in media, technology and private equity. Boutique investment bank Allen & Co is readying for its annual conference, nicknamed "summer camp for moguls." Media and tech titans and the private equity players drawn to them will arrive this afternoon for a week of activities and networking.
A triple digit gain in the Dow couldn't ignite bullish sentiment on the Fast Money desk. The traders remained skeptical of Tuesday’s rally.
Here's something that the struggling hotel sector prefers not to spotlight: it is a favorite target of hackers. The NYT reports.
China's soaring labor costs, a stronger currency and rising housing prices threaten to increase the cost of making electronics. The New York Times reports.
Apple is missing a huge opportunity in the Chinese market, according to Liu Chuanzhi, the head of Lenovo, the country’s leading PC maker, the F inancial Times reports.
Stocks skidded Friday after disappointing reports on jobs and factory orders, capping a dismal week in which the Dow lost 4.5 percent.
Chatter on Wall Street is all about how much farther stocks may fall. What seemed like just a correction at first is now starting to look like the start of a bear market.
Following a poor quarterly performance for most of the major averages, investors seeking opportunities for the rest of the year may want to look at companies with the potential to weather any potential "double dips". One of the metrics that is closely watched by Wall Street is the amount of cash available.
Stocks got the new quarter off to a weak start Thursday after disappointing reports on housing, manufacturing and jobless claims. But the market ended off its lows amid some short-covering.
Stocks got the new quarter off to a weak start Thursday after disappointing reports on housing, manufacturing and jobless claims.
Apple's new iAd platform debuts today, but without any of the flash or excitement of Apple's gadget debuts.
You think technology moves too fast now? You think your camera, camcorder and computer become obsolete quickly? Try buying an app phone.
US stocks posted their worst second-quarter performance since Q2 2002, as uncertainty in the health of the global economy led investors to take profits off the table.
Tech was supposed to be an area of the market that could get through squalls reasonably well, wasn't it? Following are 4 trades that could get the job done!
Mike Khouw of Canter Fitzgerald spotted some unusual options activity in Anadarko. What must you know?
Stocks ended their worst quarter in over a year with a selloff Wednesday after a disappointing report on private-sector employment in the U.S. Banks ended mostly lower. Ford jumped.
The following list is ranked in order of the largest percentage declines. Read on to find out what has ailed these stocks — and what to expect from the biggest S&P 500 dogs of 2010 in the second half of the year.