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THE FMHR traders discuss Bernstein's downgrade of General Electric, with Josh Brown and Pete Najarian sticking with the stock.
The Halftime Report experts debate the companies in our East and Midwest divisions to see who is going to the Final Four.
Jim Cramer unveils two big opportunities for investors to make money from Friday's jobs report.
Jim Cramer unveils two big opportunities for investors to make money from Friday's jobs report, and goes over the stocks he is watching next week.
The "Fast Money" traders give you 5 trades to make in today's market.
U.S. stocks closed higher Friday, shaking off pressure from low oil prices, after encouraging data on domestic employment and manufacturing.
The Halftime Report experts debate which companies from the West and South divisions should advance to the “Final 4”.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is watching Home Depot.
For one analyst, Target's optimism may be a bit misguided.
Home builders have been doing very well of late with Lennar representing when it reports tomorrow. Estimize reports.
Fast Money panel discusses its top trades of the day including big names in the home building space.
"Fast Money" traders picked their favorite consumer stocks in a recently sluggish market.
The Halftime Report experts debate which companies in the Southern division should advance to the “Elite 8”
The Halftime Report experts debate which companies should advance to the “Elite 8”
The do-it-yourself home improvement market is running hot again, although demand hasn't entirely recovered from pre-recession levels.
Google trails Amazon and Microsoft in cloud computing, but VMware co-founder Diane Green hopes to help the search leader catch up.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Google has scored an important victory in its effort to win corporate clients: Home Depot is moving some of its data to Google's cloud.
The Halftime Report experts debate which companies should advance to the semifinals
KC Matthews, UMB Bank CIO, finds "election neutral" stock picks.