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With all the earnings due to hit the Street next week, the Fast traders are expecting good things from old tech!
Discussing the internet company's blowout quarter and bright future, with Ken Sena, Evercore Partners, and the Fast Money traders weigh in on Google, Clorox, and natural gas trades to make today.
Stocks turned positive Friday, led by gains in the energy sector, after investors digested some disappointing news on consumer confidence.
Google shares rallied Friday, after the search giant beat both earnings and revenue expectations for the quarter, easing worries about its mounting expenses.
Stocks were poised to open higher Friday, despite some tepid economic news, as futures were buoyed following strong earnings from Citigroup.
Google's strong earnings and rocketing stock price may temporarily distract investors, but tension around U.S. debt ceiling discussions and the results of European bank stress tests Friday could quickly snap markets back to bigger concerns.
Forget any pending downgrades on U.S. debt, Cramer said. The potential pain is not worth selling the best asset class out there.
Google shares jumped after-hours after the search giant delivered a blowout quarter, beating on both earnings and revenue.
“Watch Google stock on Friday," says Fast trader Joe Terranova. After these blockbuster results, he thinks money managers may have to chase this name!
Google earnings blow bast estimates; more optimism for Apple earnings; and JPM earnings get a bounce, with the Fast Money team.
Stocks finished lower Thursday for the fourth session in five after Bernanke said the Fed is not prepared to take further action and amid ongoing concerns about the U.S. debt ceiling, erasing earlier gains fueled by encouraging economic news as well as strong earnings from JPMorgan.
Stocks declined Thursday after Bernanke said the Federal Reserve is not prepared to take further action on the economy and amid ongoing concerns about the U.S. debt ceiling.
Google, the most popular Web site on earth, is worried about the second-most popular site. That, of course, would be Facebook. CNBC Contributor David Pogue reports.
Find out why Fast trader Guy Adami thinks Google's next leg is lower.
Analysis of the tech giant ahead of earnings, with Ben Schachter, Macquarie Capital, and the Fast Money traders weigh in on stocks set to pop today.
Stocks came off their session highs Thursday after news Bernanke said the Federal Reserve is not prepared to take further action on the economy, but were still buoyed from positive economic news as well as stronger-than-expected earnings results from bank titan JPMorgan.
Futures held their gains Thursday after news weekly jobless claims fell last week, adding to optimism following stronger-than-expected profit from bank titan JPMorgan.
Sovereign debt issues on both sides of the Atlantic could be what drives markets Thursday, as traders also get another dose of testimony from Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke.
Find out why one analyst says the tech giant needs to be broken into two companies in order to get stronger.
Stocks closed lower for the third session Tuesday after shrugging off the latest Fed minutes even as some officials raised the possibility of further easing and following news that Moody's downgraded Ireland's rating, raising more contagion fears.