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    "Stealth Layoffs" Sweep across Wall Street

    While layoffs are nothing new in the financial industry (they come with almost every downturn), this round seems different: it is eerily quiet, the New York Times reports.

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    Your First Move For Friday May 16th

    Here's our Fast Money Final Trade. Our gang gives you tomorrow's best trades, right now!

  • The New Chile

    Gone are the days of nationalizing companies. This free-market economy's got the growth America dreams of.

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    Rough Economy Now Hitting CEO Paychecks

    CEO compensation at the biggest U.S. corporations dropped sharply last year, reflecting in part the rough business conditions at top-tier banks and other large financial firms, a study has found.

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    Icahn Proxy Fight; GE Selling Appliance Biz

    A Carl Icahn proxy fight and word that GE will sell it's appliance division made headlines after the bell. What's the "Word on the Street?"

  • Global banks have disclosed 80 percent of forecast losses on subprime mortgage-related assets, meaning further ratings actions due to losses on these instruments are likely to be "minimal," Fitch Ratings said on Wednesday.

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    Clear Channel Surges on Buyout Financing Hopes

    Shares of Clear Channel Communications surged on media reports that a revised deal has been reached to finance the radio and media company's buyout by Thomas H. Lee Partners and Bain Capital.

  • For the week ending Friday, May 9, 2008, the U.S. Markets were negative for the week, with the Dow falling more than 200 points on Wednesday, making it the biggest point drop since 4/11/08. 

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    The Fast Money Misfires – Friday May 9th

    Sometimes a stock is hot and other time it just burns. Following are the Fast Money misfires.

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    Oil Hits Record, Dow Drops

    The Dow faded under the weight of crude oil which surged past $125 per barrel Friday. What's the "Word on the Street?"

  • Stocks Close Lower on Record Oil, AIG Loss

    Stocks closed lower Friday, weighed down by another record for oil prices and dismal results from insurance giant AIG.

  • Stop Trading!: Here's What NOT to Buy

    What do AIG, Citigroup and Circuit City have in common? They're all awful, Cramer said.

  • AIG Drags on Dow; Energy Stocks Fall

    Stocks opened lower, weighed down by AIG after the insurer posted dismal earnings.

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    A Big Buy On Brazil

    Worried about your portfolio going south?  Don't worry, advises Tom Del Zoppo.  HSBC's head of cash equities for the Americas thinks that's the best place for at least part of it to go.

  • Citi Conference Call: Happy Antidote to AIG

    The AIG damage is limited, and that is good news: other P&C insurers are not showing any serious declines; financials in modest rally; the VIX is already dropping. The biggest factor: the Citi conference call, with Pandit and CFO Crittenden, appears to have gone well. Here are a few headlines...

  • AIG Drags on Dow; Energy Stocks Fall

    Stocks opened lower, weighed down by AIG after the insurer posted dismal earnings.

  • Asian and European markets, as well as U.S. futures, weaker on the AIG news. Dollar stronger. For the moment, the risk aversion trade (long bonds, short financials) is back on. Oil at new high not helping. Also: Circuit City is allowing Blockbuster and Carl Icahn to conduct due diligence.

  • Market Insider/Friday Look Ahead

    Commodities and energy are likely to stay in the driver's seat Friday. Those were the power groups, and the financials were the weaklings again in Thursday's stock market.

  • Split This Citi?

    Beleaguered Citigroup will face tough questions at an investor meeting on Friday. What will CEO Vikram Pandit reveal?

  • A New York state judge said Wednesday a dispute over financing the $20 billion buyout of Clear Channel Communications would go to trial on a breach of contract claim filed against six banks, according to a court filing.