The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday:
Take a look at some of Monday's midday movers:
Pay attention to U.S. manufacturing, energy shares, garbage as a growth business, and global recovery.
Here are Wednesday's morning movers.
There are 38 companies in the S&P 500 index that have not moved more than 2 percent positive or negative year-to-date.
Look for large-cap companies that have strong sales and cash flows, and which also pay high dividends, regardless of sector, says Brian Peery, portfolio manager for the five-star-rated Hennessy Cornerstone Value Fund.
The Federal Reserve is ending quantitative easing. Greeks are rioting. Investors are "looking over their shoulders, wondering if 2008 is going to happen all over again," Patrick Becker Jr. of Becker Capital Management told CNBC Thursday. But that doesn't mean investors can't do well in this market, he said.
Stocks closed substantially weaker Tuesday, although off the lows of the session, as investors focused on the European Union's efforts to address Ireland's debt troubles and inflation in China. Travelers fell, while Home Depot rose.
Stocks remained substantially weaker ahead of the close Tuesday as investors focused on the European Union's efforts to address Ireland's debt troubles and inflation in China. Travelers fell, while Home Depot rose.
Stocks continued to plunge Tuesday as investors focused on the European Union's efforts to address Ireland's debt troubles. Alcoa sank, while Home Depot rose.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway was busy in the third quarter. The company's quarterly stock portfolio filing with the SEC shows that during the three months ending September 30, Berkshire added a new stake in Bank of New York Mellon, while eliminating holdings in five companies.
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Although quantitative easing by the Fed would boost stock prices, investors fear that the economy needs government intervention. To play it safe, here are 10 large-cap stocks that rank as analysts' favorite picks within their sectors—and 30 more top-ranked names in those sectors. ...A report from TheStreet.
Morgan Stanley gave this services stock an ‘Overweight’ rating and $38 price target citing strong catalysts. Know which one we’re talking about?
CNBC’s debuts its newest show on Wednesday at 9pm and we can honestly tell you, it’s trashy!
Trash generates cash—lots of it—for companies that collect, recycle or destroy the tons of garbage generated by our world's population. Here's a look at three of 2010's top-performing publicly-traded waste companies.
Click to see where Americans are sending most of their heaping piles of garbage and how landfill companies are turning it into pure gold.
The latest garbage gauge is pointing to a slow but steady recovery that should see trash volumes turn positive this quarter or next for the first time since 2008. That should propel profits of trash haulers who’ve been able to maintain pricing power through the recession thanks to long-term, customer-specific contracts.
Although most people don’t think about it, the management of solid waste is one of the most critical issues facing municipalities throughout the United States. Challenges arise every day as society tosses out more and more wastes, the number of landfills available for use continues to decline, regulations grow and the cost of providing services increases. Financially and logistically, the management of solid waste is becoming ever more difficult.