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  • Costco

    Costco Wholesale, the largest U.S. warehouse club, reported a better-than-expected 9 percent rise in sales at stores open at least a year in May, helped by higher gasoline prices, food inflation and strength in foreign currency.

  • Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.

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

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    Next week could be the biggest week for oil and other commodities in years, says Guy Adami. What's the "Word on the Street?"

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    High gas prices may be hurting the consumer, but he's not ready to roll over and die yet. How should you play?

  • Stocks closed with solid gains, though well  off their highs, amid strength in the financial sector and a big decline in oil prices.

  • Stocks turned higher, pushed upward by credit card companies despite some less-than-stellar economic reports and news that oil supplies took a dramatic and unexpected slide.

  • A Costco employee pulls shopping charts at a Costco Wholesale store.

    Costco Wholesale, the biggest U.S. warehouse club operator, said Thursday its quarterly profit jumped 32 percent, beating expectations, as shoppers flocked to its stores for discounts on food and gasoline.

  • Stocks turned higher, pushed upward by credit card companies despite some less-than-stellar economic reports and news that oil supplies took a dramatic and unexpected slide.

  • They cut their ratings on Marriott, and reduce the price target to $40 from $47. Marriott closed at $34.14. They go further: "...we do not recommend putting new money into lodging with the exception of stocks with unique catalysts."

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    The Dow ended higher Tuesday led by technology companies as a sharp drop in crude oil prices rekindled hopes of increased consumer and business spending on tech gear...

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    Oil prices will continue to roil the stock market this week as the summer driving season officially kicks off and as more companies feel the pinch of higher energy prices on their profit margins.

  • Most business news this week took a back seat to oil's relentless climb, but there were still some notable moments. And CNBC guests had plenty of stocks to recommend for worried investors.

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    In Friday's Web Extra, the traders reveal how they're trading Coscto earnings, Dell's upgrade and more in the week ahead.

  • Store for lease

    Driving around Southern California’s Ventura and Los Angeles counties, we saw many of those boarded up stores or “for lease” signs in small businesses. In Oxnard, California the local retail organization told me that these areas are getting “redeveloped” but store owners were much less optimistic.

  • Five-star fund manager Neil Hennessy sees oil riding a bubble that will eventually burst. But for the investor right now the only alternative is to go with value, he says. See his Web EXCLUSIVE picks!

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    Oil suffocates any chance of stock gains and the Fed minutes further the declines. Also, playing the airlines as a proxy for oil and Dick Bove on summer for the financials.

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    Sell in May and go away? Or will summer fun in the sun lead you to some sizzling summer trades?

  • Freddie Mac's earnings may hold the answer, Cramer says.

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    We have all had some miserable customer service experiences and as we sit on hold or try to navigate through yet another voice response system, we wonder how can these companies get away with this.  In fact, a 2006 Harris Interactive Poll showed 40% of us would rather go to the dentist than deal with poor customer service.  My most recent mind numbing experience with my phone company, Verizon, made me wonder if there is a way to translate this into investing opportunities.   Here is what I found...