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Dollar is stronger for a second day, and while the slightly stronger dollar did not hurt stocks yesterday, U.S. stocks are generally weaker Tuesday morning.
Stocks ended near session highs on Tuesday as investors considered the impact of the Fed's next moves to bolster the economy as well as weak reports on the economy. Pfizer and Intel rose, Cisco and P&G fell.
Stocks continued to rebound ahead of the closing bell Tuesday as investors considered the impact of the Fed's next moves to bolster the economy as well as weak reports on the economy. Pfizer and Intel rose, Cisco and P&G fell.
Stocks climbed into positive territory Tuesday as investors expected the Federal Reserve to pump more money into the economy, supporting equities. Travelers and Intel rose, while Cisco and Alcoa fell.
Google slid lower in extended trade Thursday, despite earnings that topped expectations. What happened?
The Greek 'bailout' is flawed. Beyond the typical political hostility, the structure of the plan has three weak links.
The Dow is now up 10 out of 11 days and within striking distance of 11,000. Will the melt-up propel us over this milestone?
We’re following a developing store out of Europe that could have profound implications for stocks right here at home.
February goes down in the books as an up month that has put the market back to flat for 2010. How should you be positioned for March?
Stocks may have taken a snow day but that doesn’t mean there isn’t money to be made in this market. The Fast Money is watching the euro.
With the euro cracking, Greece rioting, and the Dow tumbling, what’s an investor to do?
We did some homework and found 5 multinationals with large exposure to Greece as well as other nations in Europe. Are trouble abroad about to spread here?
On Tuesday consumer confidence hit a 10-month low; how likely are stocks to do the same?
With the financial woes of Europe making rival US banks more attractive to investors, should you get long now?
Stocks traded sideways on Thursday as investors struggled to make sense out of this fickle market. What must you know?
According to the weekly survey by the American Association of Individual Investors, 49 percent of participants were still bearish. Mark Travis, CEO of Intrepid Capital Funds, and Paul Alan Davis, senior portfolio manager at Charles Schwab Investment Management, discussed what must be done to get investors off the sidelines.
The Lightning Round is extended in this CNBC.com exclusive feature.
Despite the market rally, portfolio manager Harry Rady of Rady Asset Management said he remains “more bearish than he’s ever been” and is continuing to take chips off the table. And Greg Olsen of Lenox Partners said he expects a pullback soon.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
Will M&A activity boost biotech stocks in 2009?