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  • The Fast Money traders have spotted a market mystery. Let’s call this one the Confounding Case of Goldman Sachs!

  • Stocks declined Thursday as the dollar gained. Financials took a hit after an analyst slashed her outlook and Citigroup's offering disappointed. A weak outlook from shipping giant FedEx also weighed on the market.

  • The action in financials makes Guy Adami keen to put on a pairs trade. Find out how he's trading Bank of America and Wells Fargo!

  • Stocks declined Thursday as the dollar gained. Financials took a hit after an analyst slashed her outlook and Citigroup's offering disappointed. A weak outlook from shipping giant FedEx also weighed on the market.

  • On Thursday the Fast Money traders were keeping a close eye on action in the dollar and bank stocks. Pete Najarian thinks two names could double.

  • Stocks declined Thursday as the dollar gained and weekly jobless claims rose more than expected last week.

  • Citigroup Headquarters

    Short dollar trade continues to unwind and lots of finger-pointing over Citi's disappointing pricing of its secondary.

  • Meredith Whitney Advisory Group cut its earnings estimates for Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley Thursday.

  • The secondary "is a terrible deal for shareholders," says Bove. "Vikram Pandit should have never done this thing."

  • Treasury Building

    With the Obama administration putting new pressure on big financial firms to help power what's been an erratic economic recovery, the Treasury Department is preparing to send out a survey asking recipients of government aid to state how they used the funds.

  • In the after hours, the Fast Money traders were among the large number of investors gaming Citigroup's $20 billion secondary offering.

  • Goldman Sachs Chairman and CEO Lloyd Blankfein testifies before the House Financial Services Committee February 11, 2009 in Washington, DC.

    Goldman Sachs has become a bank driven by hard-charging traders like Lloyd Blankfein, who wager vast sums in world markets in hopes of quick profits—very different from the slower profit-driven model of the past, says the New York Times.

  • Waiting for the Citi secondary: how about a trading halt? Citi should price its secondary offering tonight, the talk remains it will likely price at least $20.5 billion (possibly more) at $3.30 to $3.35, though some think it could be as high as $3.40 (would bet against that).

  • With new economic data sparking inflation jitters, how should you trade Wednesday's Fed decision?

  • Although the economy is growing by as much as 4.5 percent in the current quarter, it’s expected to slow in 2010, well-known market analyst Abby Joseph Cohen told CNBC.

  • Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.

  • The dollar rose on Tuesday, touching a 2-1/2-month peak against the euro, suggesting the Federal Reserve could raise interest rates sooner than anticipated. What will tomorrow’s Fed decision mean for the markets? Larry Rosenthal, president of Financial Planning Services shared his view on the dollar.

  • The Fast Money traders are looking at where you can hide from the landmines and uncertainty in the global economy.

  • Wells Fargo successfully launched its $10.6B common equity offering to repay TARP money, but not without some controversy, not of their own making.

  • President Barack Obama, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, and Chair of the Council of Economic Advisors Christina Romer meet with CEO of PNC Jim Rohr, CEO of JPMorgan Chase Jamie Dimon, and other members of the financial services industry at the White House on December 14, 2009.

    Executive compensation, leverage limits and lending standards were all issues that Washington said it planned to change — and when the taxpayers were the shareholders of these firms, it probably could have done so. But now the White House has been left in the position of extending invitations, rather than exercising its clout. And in the figurative and literal sense, it is getting stood up.